Statement to the 3rd Preparatory Committee for the 2020 NPT Review Conference

Cesar Jaramillo Featured, Nuclear Weapons, Research in Action

Nearly fifty years after the entry into force of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the international community remains woefully distant from a credible process that would make even the most optimistic observer believe that the abolition of nuclear weapons is within sight. Read full text.

Teaching resources on peace and disarmament: Lessons from the classroom

Ploughshares Defence & Human Security, Nuclear Weapons

Author Anna Jaikaran Anna Jaikaran belongs to no2nuclearweapons, a small Toronto group working toward nuclear disarmament through public education. The group has been giving presentations in high schools since 2010. Anna …

Practical Steps to Zero Nuclear Weapons: Conference Report

Tasneem Jamal Nuclear Weapons

Sponsored by the Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, the Canadian Pugwash Group, Physicians for Global Survival, Project Ploughshares and World Federalist Movement Canada, the report outlines recommendations made during …

Harper Government Missing on Non-Proliferation

Tasneem Jamal Nuclear Weapons

Authors Ernie Regehr and Douglas Roche Published by Embassy, an Ottawa-based foreign policy weekly Retired senator Douglas Roche is Canada’s former ambassador for disarmament High-ranking officials of the US State …

World Council of Churches Calls on NATO Leaders to Address Nuclear Policy (2)

Tasneem Jamal News, Nuclear Weapons

Follow-up letter to the leaders of NATO and of the European Union concerning NATO nuclear policy and its current strategic review from the councils that represent churches across the member …