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Jesus "Gary"S. Domingo

Jesus "Gary" S. Domingo, Ph.D. (Philippines) is a Fellow. He is currently Minister and Consul General at the Philippine Mission to the UN in Geneva, in charge of Disarmament and Humanitarian Affairs.  His previous assignments in the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) included: Director for UN Political, Legal and Security Affairs (2002-2006), 1st Secretary and Consul at the Philippine Embassy in Riyadh (1998-2002), 2nd Secretary at the Phillippine UN Mission in New York (1995-1998), Special Assistant to the DFA Undersecretary for Policy (1993-1998), and Director for Middle East and Organization of the Islamic Conference Affairs (1990-1993).  He earned a BSFS from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, conducted graduate studies in government at Harvard University, and holds Philippine degrees in Philippine External Relations, Law, National Security Administration and Criminology.  Domingo has taken inspiration from SNAP approach (UNIDIR) in his work for the Philippine implementation of multilateral processes such as the Hyogo Framework of Action for Disaster Risk Reduction, the Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development, the UN Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons, the Anti-Personnel Landmines Convention, and the UN White Helmets Initiative.