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The Abolition 2000 Founding Statement
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The Abolition 2000 Operating Principles
- The Abolition 2000 Network for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons is composed of organizations which have endorsed the Abolition 2000 Statement.
- The Abolition Statement is the founding document of the Network and is the only document which has been endorsed by all of the network endorsers.
- Amendments to the Abolition Statement require consensus.
- As a functioning Network, we seek means to maintain communications among all of our organizational endorsers.
- Operating as a Network of the whole, our mission is to maintain communications with the endorsers of the Statement and maintain the list of the endorsers.
- Any organizational endorser of the Abolition Statement may have a copy of the contact list for the Network, at cost, to encourage broad communication.
- The Network is currently organized by region, working groups, and projects.
- No one can speak in the name of the Network as a whole, but working groups, projects, regions, or other configurations of Abolition 2000 endorsers can issue statements, documents etc., in the name of the Group, Project, etc., which are consistent with the principles set forth in the Abolition 2000 Statement e.g., Model Nuclear Weapons Convention Working Group of Abolition 2000.
- Organizations are encouraged to identify themselves as endorsers of Abolition 2000 on their letterheads, etc.
- The Abolition 2000 Network may invite all endorsers to annual or special meetings.
- At previous annual meetings, resolutions were adopted by the participants at the meeting, but the resolutions were issued only in the name of the participants at the meeting.
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