Abolition 2000 – Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons

Network blog

Pugwash urges Canada to sign the Nuclear Prohibition Treaty

Pugwash urges Canada to sign the Nuclear Prohibition Treaty

Image: The Thinkers Lodge in Pugwash, Nova Scotia. Venue for the early Pugwash Conferences. A Canadian Pugwash conference, Canada’s Contribution to Global Security, on July 24 urged the Government of Canada to sign the new Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons...

read more
Ban treaty adopted: what now?

Ban treaty adopted: what now?

On July 7, 2017, the United Nations adopted a Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons following negotiations by over 120 countries on the draft treaty during March, June and July. The treaty will be open for signature on September 20 and will enter-into-force...

read more

Abolition 2000 on Facebook

Abolition 2000

The Cold War ended more than two decades ago, but there are still 16,000 nuclear weapons on the planet. Most of them belong to the United States and Russia. The United Kingdom, China, France, India, Pakistan, Israel, and now, North Korea, collectively have fewer than 1000. Abolition 2000 is a global network committed to ridding the world of nuclear weapons, and the terrible danger they pose for life on our fragile planet.
Abolition 2000
Abolition 2000Friday, August 18th, 2017 at 10:49pm
Nagasaki Mayor asks Japanese Govt. to Support a Northeast Asia Nuclear-Weapons-Free Zone
Abolition 2000
Abolition 2000 added 4 new photos to the album: UN Youth Day 2017 — with Marjeanne Nour.Sunday, August 13th, 2017 at 2:24am
Youth reaching high for a nuclear-weapon-free world
Abolition 2000
Abolition 2000 shared a link.Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at 8:47am
Abolition 2000
Abolition 2000 shared a link.Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at 2:10am
Abolition 2000
Abolition 2000Saturday, August 5th, 2017 at 5:09am
On Hiroshima and Nagasaki Days, take action for nuclear abolition

Upcoming Events