Peace and Disarmament

01.11.2019

The new Right Livelihood Award Sculpture is made from recycled illegal guns

The new Right Livelihood Award Sculpture is made from recycled illegal guns

The Right Livelihood Award, widely known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’, celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. Tony Cragg, one of the world’s foremost sculptors, has custom-designed the new Award. The sculpture is made from Humanium Metal by IM, a unique material made of recycled metal from gun destruction programs… »

28.10.2019

Eighth Fair of Nonviolent Initiatives was held in Quito

Eighth Fair of Nonviolent Initiatives was held in Quito

In the framework of Nonviolent October, this morning and afternoon was held in Cumandá Parque Urbano, in the city of Quito, the 8th Fair of Nonviolent Initiatives. Hundreds of people visited stands and participated in recreational activities, sensory, with pets, brain gymnastics, among others that were registered in this fair… »

27.10.2019

The World Must Compel the U.S. to Allow Korea to Have Peace

The World Must Compel the U.S. to Allow Korea to Have Peace

By David Swanson I’ve never heard of or even seen fantasized a society or a government that wasn’t deeply flawed. I know neither North nor South Korea is an exception. But the primary impediment to peace in Korea appears to be the United States: its government, its media, its billionaires,… »

27.10.2019

They target us with nuclear weapons without us even knowing

They target us with nuclear weapons without us even knowing

How can we ensure that the people of Europe are informed of the silent threat to which we are subjected? Will Spanish politicians talk about this issue in the election campaign? Will they commit to signing the TPNW and work for the elimination of nuclear weapons? Let’s demand it! While… »

26.10.2019

True to the word: An interview with Camillo “Mac” Bica, PhD. – Coordinator of Veterans for Peace-Long Island

True to the word: An interview with Camillo “Mac” Bica, PhD. – Coordinator of Veterans for Peace-Long Island

By j.jill “I wish I would have left”, “but I didn’t have the courage to walk away. So I stayed. I regretted it. I still regret it. It didn’t take me long during the Vietnam experience to realize that it wasn’t what it was supposed to be.” Veterans for Peace… »

25.10.2019

Detailed Account from Within the Trial of the Kings Bay Plowshares 7

Detailed Account from Within the Trial of the Kings Bay Plowshares 7

By Ralph Hutchison, World BEYOND War DAY 1 Jury selection began at 9:00am with nearly eighty prospective jurors filling the courtroom; others were seated on metal folding chairs in a small overflow room watching on a 32 inch screen. Despite a few signal interruptions, we were able to follow most… »

23.10.2019

NATO simulates nuclear war in Europe

NATO simulates nuclear war in Europe

Meanwhile, the information and the danger in which we live are hidden from us by governments. In secret manoeuvres in Germany and Holland, NATO is conducting simulations of what a nuclear war in Europe could look like, as revealed by German and Austrian media and echoed in the Spanish… »

22.10.2019

The 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence. From Marrakesh to Tenerife

The 2nd World March for Peace and Nonviolence. From Marrakesh to Tenerife

From Antonio Gancedo’s blog Digest composed by Pressenza London The World March arrives in Marrakech October 15, 2019 At 7: 30 of that day 10 of October,… »

22.10.2019

Kings Bay Plowshares 7: Trial Begins for Liz McAlister & Others for Breaking Into Nuke Sub Base

Kings Bay Plowshares 7: Trial Begins for Liz McAlister & Others for Breaking Into Nuke Sub Base

Seven Catholic peace activists are going on trial in Georgia today for breaking into the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base on April 4, 2018. The activists, who are known as the Kings Bay Plowshares 7, face up to 25 years in prison if convicted. The activists entered the base armed… »

19.10.2019

Over two-thirds of the world’s countries support the TPNW

Over two-thirds of the world’s countries support the TPNW

How do you show change is happening, when it occurs gradually and mostly behind closed doors? At ICAN, we try to make sure the world hears about every time a country or leader steps up to support the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), but sometimes it… »

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