par Dominique Lang, aa
Aumônier Pax Christi France
La paix et la stabilité internationale ne peuvent être fondées sur un faux-sens de la sécurité, sur la menace d’une 476 more words
Another unpublished article found in archives – extracts set out Jeremy Corbyn’s position on nuclear weapons.
“There are five declared nuclear weapon states in the world. 737 more words
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) currently headed by Beatrice Fihn has won the Nobel Peace Prize for their international efforts in prohibition of nuclear weapons. 236 more words
Dimity Hawkins, a PhD student at Swinburne University, together with Tilman Ruff from Melbourne University, are both founding members of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. 1,241 more words
In my first article about the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (the Treaty), published on Power to Persuade on 28 July, I described how the Treaty came about, how it is based in humanitarian and human rights norms, what’s in it, and that the next step would be the opening for signature at the UN in New York on 20 September 2017. 2,323 more words
by Alice Kooij Martinez
Senior Advocacy Officer
Note: This article originally appeared in Mosaico di pace, the magazine of Pax Christi Italy.
On 7 July 2017, the majority of world’s countries adopted a new treaty banning nuclear weapons at the UN in New York, a truly an historic moment for which civil society has for years been campaigning for. 990 more words