On 16 November the VCDNP held a Seminar by Matthew Bunn on insider threat protection in which he explained key points from his latest book co-edited with Scott D. Sagan.
On 17 October, the VCDNP in collaboration with the Permanent Mission of Ireland co-hosted a briefing and discussion on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
On 14 September, Dr. Justin Hastings presented his preliminary findings of his current research mapping out the nuclear trade and knowledge networks of countries in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
On 13 September, VCDNP and the INMM Vienna Chapter co-hosted a seminar by Dr. Thomas Shea on Verifying the TPNW.
A track 1.5 event brought together current and former government officials and experts to identify areas of cooperation.
On 30 June, Sitara Noor and Sylvia Mishra presented their study on nuclear security norms and practices in Pakistan and India, and offered recommendations for possible confidence building measures of mutual benefit.
On 29 June, the VCDNP co-hosted a panel discussion with the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Finland on conventional arms and strengthening controls on transfers of these weapons.
On 28 June, Rachel Carr and Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress introduced their recent work that demonstrates antineutrino monitoring of weapons tests may be more feasible than previously believed.
On 23 June, the VCDNP held a seminar by Dr. Nikolai Sokov, CNS, on arms control options that could allow for the elimination of nuclear weapons without enhancing - and possibly even reducing - the risk of a large-scale conventional war.
On 19 June 2017, VCDNP held a seminar with Toby Dalton, Ariel (Eli) Levite, and Li Bin from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on their concept of a "nuclear firewall."