Abolition 2000 – Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons

Resources and statements

Abolition 2000 Minutes

Human Health Implications of Uranium Mining and Nuclear Power Generation [PDF]

The Majority Opinion: Toward a Nuclear-Free World: An Annual Assessment [Word]

Beyond Missile Defense, October 2002 [PDF]

Parliamentary Network for Nuclear Disarmament Brochure
Part 1: [PDF] Part 2: [PDF]

Poll Results: People Worldwide Want Nuclear Abolition [PDF]

13 Point Action Plan for Disarmament [PDF] [Word]

Abolition Cities Resolution [Word]

VANCOUVER DECLARATION

Links

Behind the Cover-Up—
Assessing conservatively the full Chernobyl death toll

The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Convention

Reaching Critical Will

Database of World Wide Nuclear Explosions

New Nuclear Proliferation Dangers

The Sunflower – Online Newsletter of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Resolution of Furthering Complete Nuclear Disarmament,
U.S. Congress, H. Res. 479

Norbert’s Bookmark’s for a Better World

The Pink Show: Pinky calls up international law expert John Burroughs (Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy) and talks to him about the current state of nuclear weapons

The Daisy Alliance: The Daisy Alliance is a nonpartisan grassroots peace organization seeking global security through nuclear nonproliferation, disarmament, and the elimination of all Weapons of Mass Destruction—whether nuclear, chemical, or biological.  We raise funds in order to educate the public in all walks of life about the devastation WMDs are capable of inflicting and the threat they pose to civilization.