To realize our strategic goals in an increasingly unpredictable and challenging geopolitical climate, we plan to strengthen our capacity to achieve change at scale. WFM/IGP will strengthen our research, advocacy and strategic communications capacities with the objective of enhancing our ability to influence decisionmakers and become a more effective and relevant organization.
The Coalition for 3+3 (C3+3) intends to assist the government(s) of Japan and the Republic of Korea to express formally its intention to work towards the Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon Free Zone (NEA-NWFZ) with a Three-plus-Three Arrangement (3+3) treaty. The 3+3 would serve to link up with the existing Asia-Pacific NWFZs; Rarotonga Treaty (1985 South Pacific NFZ), Bangkok Treaty (1995 Southeast Asian NWFZ), Semipalatinsk Treaty (2006 Central Asia NWFZ), and 1998 Mongol Single State NWFZ. It would also be a major inspiration for countries in the Middle East.