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What are you doing for Nuclear Abolition Day, Sep 26?

What are you doing for Nuclear Abolition Day, Sep 26?

(Cover image: Sculpture at the UN in New York made from fragments of Soviet SS-20 and United States Pershing nuclear missiles. UN Photo/Milton Grant) September 26 is the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (Nuclear Abolition Day). It was...

50 countries the first to sign nuclear weapons ban treaty

50 countries the first to sign nuclear weapons ban treaty

On Wednesday 20 September, the new Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons officially opened for signature, and responsible countries from around the world started signing up. Brazil was the first country to sign, followed by 50 other countries representing all...

NZ to sign prohibition of nuclear weapons treaty

NZ to sign prohibition of nuclear weapons treaty

Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee announced today New Zealand will sign the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons at a ceremony during the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week. New Zealand will sign the Treaty on the first day it is open for...

Endorse the appeal for diplomacy in the Korea nuclear crisis

Endorse the appeal for diplomacy in the Korea nuclear crisis

The latest missile test by North Korea, which took place yesterday (August 29th), is the latest in a series of provocations and counter-provocations between North Korea and the United States that could end up in an outbreak of war. See Trump says that 'all options are...

World Beyond War new affiliated network of Abolition 2000

World Beyond War new affiliated network of Abolition 2000

Abolition 2000 welcomes World Beyond War as a new affiliated network. World Beyond War is a global nonviolent movement to end war and establish a just and sustainable peace. The movement creates awareness of popular support for ending war and to further develop that...