Target groupNo specific target group
LocationLaan van Meerdervoort 70, 2517 AN The Hague
Minimum age0 year
- Weelchair accessible
- Suitable for speakers of other languages
- Offers guidance to volunteers
The Financial Volunteer will work under the supervision of the Executive Manager to keep in track the financial expenditures of the organization and organize files into the accessible electronic format.
Number of hours per week
Activity supervision, Consultancy and support, Management and organization, Communication, Event support
Minimal level of educationAcademic, College
Days / Dayparts
Required skillsPractical, Analyse, Thinking, Creative, Leadership, Organising, Working methodically
Soort begeleidingIndividual guidance
Maximum group size5 personen
International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions
Street and housenumber
Laan van Meerdervoort 70
Zipcode and city
2517AN The Hague
The International Dialogues on Underwater Munitions (IDUM's) mission is to promote the creation of an internationally binding treaty on all classes (biological, chemical, conventional and radiological) of underwater munitions, which would lead to the clean-up of our Oceans worldwide. IDUM hosts and attends international forums to facilitate collaboration with international leaders and organisations to better understand the socio-economic impact on both human health and environment from years of decaying underwater munitions. IDUM cooperates with researchers, industry and government to foster collaborative solutions that further the clean-up of our oceans. We believe through international diplomacy, via national and international programs, dialogue, conferences, workshops, committees, senate hearings and commissions, we can come together globally to clean our One Ocean.
IDUM is considered the international group of experts in policy, science, technology and responses to underwater munitions. We have been extremely effective in furthering international discussion and creating a united appeal to international governments, as well as creating an International Technology Advisory Board on Sea Dumped Munitions. In support of our efforts, IDUM has been recognised in proceedings for Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), Third Review Conference of State Parties, 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner and United Nations (Secretary General Report Sixty-eight session on Sustainable Development) for our contributions within the Resolution on Sea Dumped Chemical Munitions.