Nuclear Weapons-Free Zones

Sad to Announce the passing of Michael Denborough, founder of the Nuclear Disarmament Party

Sadly on Saturday 8th February 2014 Michael Denborough, founder of the Nuclear Disarmament Party, passed away.

Letter calls for nuclear free zone

The following letter from MAPW President was published in The Age on 31 January 2012. The letter calls for the establishment of a nuclear free zone in the Middle East.

Jenny Grounds: Letter to The Age, 31 January 2012

Letter to The Age, 31 January 2012, by Dr Jenny Grounds. The letter calls for a nuclear free zone in the Middle East.

New Clear Exchange ICAN workshop: Melbourne 1 May 2010

Flyer for the final New Clear Exchange workshop run  by ICANi and supported by MAPW.

MAPW President: 'Nuclear delusions keep mushrooming'

MAPW President Dr Bill Williams has written to Australian PM Kevin Rudd to applaud the PM's 'recently expressed commitment to continue to reject nuclear power as an energy source in Australia'.

Is nuclear energy the answer?

Event Date: 
Thu, 01/10/2009 - 19:00
Location: 
Melbourne

The nuclear comeback - is nuclear energy the answer?

Screening of  the excellent documentary "Uranium: Is it a Country?"

A discussion will be followed with Jim Green, National Nuclear Campaigner, Friends of the Earth.

ICAN media release: Government urged to act on nuclear treaty - September 2009

17 September 2009 ICANi media release following the tabling of the report of the Joint Standing Committe on Treaties, on Australia's nuclear treaties.

Parliamentary call for nuclear abolition welcomed

MAPW and ICANi - the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons - have welcomed today's call by a federal parliamentary inquiry, for Australia to play a leading role in ridding the world of nuclear weapons through a global Nuclear Weapons Convention (NWC).

Hiroshima Day 2009: John Langmore address, St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne

Professor John Langmore addressed a special service in commemoration of Hiroshima Day, at St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne on 6 August 2009. His speech considers the ethical questions involved in the possession and use of nuclear weapons; and what should be done about this problem.

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