The Nuclear Security Governance Experts Group (NSGEG) is a globally diverse group of experts assessing the current state of nuclear security governance.



The NSGEG is a highly expert group designed to generate new, innovative, and credible policy proposals to improve global nuclear security.  The NSGEG’s goal is to make the current nuclear material security regime more cohesive, responsive, and robust by the end of the decade (2020).

Publications include dozens of papers, three summary reports from three workshops held in 2012 in Seoul, London, and Amman, and the group’s final recommendations report, published in April 2013. In March 2015, the NSGEG released the International Convention on Nuclear Security, which aims to fill the dangerous gaps in the current nuclear security regime and  create an effective and sustainable global system.

Promoting Greater Transparency
Improving Regime Cohesion

Building International Confidence and Responsibility
Preventing Weak Links in Nuclear Security: A Strategy for Hard and Soft Governance
Responsibility Beyond Rules: Leadership for a Secure Nuclear Future

International Convention on Nuclear Security

The NSGEG is a project of the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, Partnership for Global Security, and the Stanley Foundation.
See more at www.nsgeg.org.

Photos from the NSGEG’s April 10 briefing on its newest report, Responsibility Beyond Rules, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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