Peace and Disarmament

29.09.2020

14 “uraniferous” films from Sardinia to the Valley of the Gods in Berlin

14 “uraniferous” films from Sardinia to the Valley of the Gods in Berlin

From October 15 to 18, the International Uranium Film Festival, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, will show a total of 14 feature films and documentaries from 10 countries in Berlin in the cinema in the Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg. Due to the corona pandemic, we unfortunately had… »

28.09.2020

World Peace Council Endorses the Nomination of the Henry Reeve Contingent for the Nobel Peace Prize

World Peace Council Endorses the Nomination of the Henry Reeve Contingent for the Nobel Peace Prize

Dear members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Dear Mrs. Berit Reiss-Andersen, Chair We address you in a time of great challenges for humanity and also a time of the greatest need for solidarity. The COVID-19 pandemic is yet another instance of how essential international solidarity is in the promotion of a… »

27.09.2020

Cuba advocates global elimination of nuclear weapons

Cuba advocates global elimination of nuclear weapons

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Saturday emphasized the importance of eliminating nuclear weapons as part of global disarmament. On his Twitter account, the head of Cuban diplomacy recalled the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons. ‘Nuclear energy should only be used with peaceful ends for the… »

26.09.2020

Deadly drones increasingly deployed in conflicts, more control is needed

Deadly drones increasingly deployed in conflicts, more control is needed

The rapidly growing use of deadly drones is profoundly shaping state and armed groups’ capacities to wage war. It could have significant regional security implications. In a new report, titled Violent Skies, peace organization PAX conducted research on the use of drones in the wars in Yemen and Ukraine. »

23.09.2020

We Simply Want Peace in Colombia and For The Atrocities to Stop

We Simply Want Peace in Colombia and For The Atrocities to Stop

According to the United Nations Commissioner,  there have been 33 massacres so far this year. By Gustavo Espinoza With much indignation, Colombian citizens, organizations, and various groups in New York continue to denounce before the world the murders of the social and indigenous leaders of Colombia for defending the lands… »

23.09.2020

Global Days of Listening and Innovation in Education 2020

Global Days of Listening and Innovation in Education 2020

Noted entertainer and founder of an effective method of communicating, Alan Alda is quoted as saying, “Listening is being able to be changed by the other person”. In dual celebration of the International Day of Peace and the tenth anniversary of Global Days of Listening (globaldaysoflistening.org), a worldwide audience… »

21.09.2020

Malta ratifies UN nuclear weapon ban treaty

Malta ratifies UN nuclear weapon ban treaty

Malta has become the 45th state party to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It deposited its instrument of ratification on 21 September 2020 as world leaders met to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. The move also coincided with Malta’s Independence Day, which… »

21.09.2020

Open Letter in Support of the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

Open Letter in Support of the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

As the 2017 Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons approaches its entry into force, with only six nations now required to ratify it in order to reach the trigger point of 50 states parties, ICAN today stepped up its pressure on non-nuclear weapons states who claim alleged protection from… »

16.09.2020

Unvanquishable Number

Unvanquishable Number

By David Swanson On September 21, the International Day of Peace, you will be able to watch online the new film “We Are Many,” and you darn well should. The topic is the single biggest day of activism on earth: February 15, 2003 — an unprecedented statement against war,… »

14.09.2020

Northern Cyprus: ‘War is not the destiny of mankind’, said the President.

Northern Cyprus: ‘War is not the destiny of mankind’, said the President.

Mustafa Akinci is the President of the Republic of Northern Cyprus, that is, the northern part of the Mediterranean island, recognized only by Turkey. Akinci has been leading the country since 2015 and is preparing for his second reelection in the upcoming elections. Akinci belongs to the Democracy Party of… »

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