Bombs no more - presented by ICAN

Event Date: 
Sat, 15/02/2014 - 12:00 - 15:00
Location: 
Sustainable Living Festival, Birrarung Marr Park, Melbourne 3000

Transform the Bomb i

Nukes in a Nut Shell film festival - Genie in a Bottle Unleashed, Maralinga Pieces & The War Game

Event Date: 
Tue, 12/11/2013 - 19:00
Location: 
Longplay Bar & Cinema, 318 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy, 3068, Vic

Nukes in a nutshell is a 4-part film & discussion series – everyday we hear something in the news about uranium, whether its nuclear power, weapons or radioactive waste.

'Fallout'- at the movies with ICAN

Event Date: 
Fri, 01/11/2013 - 18:30
Location: 
Cinema Nova- 380 Lygon St, Carlton, Vic

ICANi will introduce the film 'Fallout' and connect the dots between 1960s nuclear culture and the contemporary campaign to rid the world of these still-terrifying and long-outdated weapons of mass destruction.

Disarmament double-speak : 2013 booklet

At a recent meeting of parties to the Non-Proliferation Treaty in Geneva, the Australian government refused to sign on to an 80-nation statement declaring that any use of nuclear weapons would have catastrophic humanitarian consequences.

Catastrophic humanitarian harm

To commemorate Hiroshima Day 2012, ICANi, in partnership with Peace Boat and IPPNW

Sign petition against Future Fund investments in nuclear weapons

ICANi and GetUp have set up a petition to help build a groundswell of pressure to ensure the Future Fund change their policy and divest from nuclear weapons manufacturers once and for all!

ICAN reveals who's financing nuclear weapons makers

A groundbreaking report released on 5 March by ICAN identifies more than 300 banks, pension funds, insurance companies and asset managers in 30 countries with substantial investments in nuclear arms producers.

ICAN calls for ban on nuclear weapons

On 26 January 2012 ICAN launched a statement calling upon the Prime Minister Julia Gillard to take a leadership role in efforts to ban nuclear weapons.

Is selling uranium to India legal?

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICANi) has received legal advice casting doubt on the legality of Julia Gillard's proposal that the Australian government should sell uranium to India.

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