Geneva: April 28 New York: May 11
On January 25, the hands of the Doomsday Clock were moved to 2 Minutes to Midnight due to the increased risk of nuclear conflicts. Now is the time to take action for nuclear abolition! Help us reverse the hands of the Doomsday Clock and abolish nuclear weapons.
Join us in Geneva and/or New York for the annual campaigners meeting of Abolition 2000, the global civil society network to eliminate nuclear weapons.
Nuclear abolition activists from around the world will meet to share campaign reports, discuss nuclear disarmament strategy, explore opportunities for action, build cooperation and plan further campaigns.
This year, we will hold the AGM in two sessions: the first in Geneva on April 28 and the second in New York on May 11. Join us for either or both sessions.
AGM Session 1: Geneva. April 28
States Parties to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) will be meeting in Geneva from April 23 – May 4 for the 2nd Preparatory Conference for the 2020 NPT Review. The Abolition 2000 AGM will be held in the weekend in-between the two weeks of NPT deliberations.
Abolition 2000 was established at the 1995 NPT Review and Extension Conference, with a focus on the full implementation of Article VI of the NPT, the obligation to achieve complete nuclear disarmament. We have been active at all the NPT review conferences and preparatory meetings since then.
Session 1 details:
Friday April 27: Abolition 2000 Global Council Dinner
Time and venue to be confirmed
Saturday April 28: AGM session 1
Time: 9am – 5pm
Venue: Maison des Associations, rue des Savoises 15, 1205 Genève Suisse
Contact: Arielle Denis email@example.com
AGM Session 2: New York. May 11
The United Nations General Assembly is holding its first ever High-Level Conference on Nuclear Disarmament from May 14-16 in New York. Abolition 2000 members have been encouraging governments to attend at the highest level, and to advance concrete nuclear-risk reduction and disarmament measures at the conference.
Abolition 2000 members are also organizing some parallel events including Count the Nuclear Weapons Money from May 10-16 and an international conference on nuclear disarmament on May 12.