Особые Представители PNND

Uta Zapf

PNND Past President, PNND Adviser for Inter-Parliamentary Organisations
Former Chair of the Subcommittee on Arms Control and Disarmament
Germany – Bundestag

Uta Zapf served as the Chair of the Bundestag (German Parliament) Sub-Committee on Disarmament Arms Control and Nonproliferation under both Social Democrat and CDU (conservative) governments. She has served as head of the German Delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and Inter Parliamentary Union – and was Vice President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly. She is a leading member  of Global Zero.

Roméo Dallaire

PNND Special Representative
Canada – Senate

Senator Dallaire is a former Lieutenant General who in 1994 commanded the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR). His book Shake Hands with the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda, was awarded the Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction. Since his retirement from the military, Senator Dallaire has pursued research on conflict resolution and the use of child soldiers; he has spoken to numerous audiences on conflicts, child soldiers and genocide; and he has served on the United Nations Secretary General’s Advisory Committee on Genocide Prevention. Since joining the Canadian Senate in 2005 Roméo Dallaire has actively promoted nuclear disarmament. He introduced a resolution, adopted unanimously, calling on the Canadian government to lead a global effort to eradicate nuclear weapons. He is leading a collaborative effort on nuclear abolition with the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs.

Christer Winbäck

PNND Coucil Member, Representative of the Parliamentary Forum on Small Arms and Light Weapons
Sweden – Riksdag

Christer Winbäck was born and raised in Skövde, but has studied and worked in Uppsala. He is currently on a leave of absence from the Skaraborg Hospital, where he worked as an IT manager. He has been a Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party (FP) since 2002 and is a member and leader of the European Union Affairs and Traffic and Labor committees.