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.

Illegality of uranium sales to India. November 2011

A two page briefing paper by Tim Wright summarising the legal opinion on uranium sales to India provided to ICAN by Professor Donald Rothwell of ANU.

Uranium sales to India: legal advice

Formal legal opinion provided to ICAN by Professor Don Rothwell from the Australian National University states that the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty prohibits Australia from selling uranium to countries that have not accepted full-scope safeguards.

ICAN National Youth Conference

Event Date: 
Fri, 02/09/2011 (All day) - Sun, 04/09/2011 (All day)
Location: 
Melbourne

Are you aged 18 - 30 and concerned about the threat caused by the worlds nuclear weapons? Or just interested in learning more? Then come along to the ICANi weekend retreat and meet other young people passionate about ending the nuclear weapons era.

Movie: Atomic mum

Event Date: 
Mon, 20/06/2011 - 19:00
Location: 
Melbourne

ICANi presents a screening of the feature length documentary Atomic Mom at ACMI Cinemas as part of global Nuclear Abolition Day activities.

Flyer: Debunking Deterrence, Melbourne public meeting: Commander Rob Green and Dr Kate Dewes, October 2010.

MAPW and ICANi event. Rob Green is a retired British Navy Commander, a former operator of British nuclear weapons and a prominent campaigner against them.

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