Nuclear weapons

Australia MUST sign nuclear disarmament treaty

Today the historic Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) opens for signature at the United Nations. This treaty was adopted in July this year with the support of 122 nations. The treaty prohibits development, testing, production, possession, use, or threatened use of nuclear weapons.

Ban treaty is a “significant forward step” toward elimination of nuclear weapons

 [The following joint statement has been released by IPPNWi of which MAPW is an afiliate, the World Medical Association, the International Council of Nurses, and the World Federation of PublicHealth Associations. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons opens for signature at the United Nations on September 20, 2017.]

North Korea crisis: Reckless threats from both sides must stop

Statement by International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNWi)

Time to Banish the Threat of Nuclear Weapons

by SALLY ATRILL, Mercury August 7, 2017 12:00am

HIROSHIMA Day is again upon us.  The Japanese city of Hiroshima of around 350,000 people, was the first city to be attacked with a nuclear weapon when a single bomb was dropped by the USA on August 6, 1945 towards the end of World War 2.

Disarmament Dinner

Event Date: 
Fri, 11/08/2017 - 18:30
The Metropolitan Hotel - 263 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

Join us to celebrate the recent adoption of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons!

Nuclear Weapons Banned at Last - now lets put Australia on the right side of history

Just over a week ago, at a United Nations meeting in New York, more than 120 countries approved a treaty to ban nuclear weapons.

Australia MUST sign up to UN treaty banning nuclear weapons

Sunday 9  July  - Melbourne Australia - The historic treaty banning nuclear weapons, just adopted by the United Nations in New York, has the potential to reduce current tensions with North Korea.

Ban the Bomb FINALLY!

Event Date: 
Sat, 17/06/2017 - 12:00 - 13:00
Garema Place, Canberra

Rally at Garema Place, Canberra

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