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No Nukes is Pax’s programme on nuclear disarmament. The No Nukes team informs, mobilizes and speaks out for nuclear disarmament. We do so through (ICAN) campaigns, contacts with politicians, research and publications.

27.09.2018

Global protests at BNP Paribas offices: End support for nuclear weapons production!

Global protests at BNP Paribas offices: End support for nuclear weapons production!

Don’t Bank on the Bomb, a project in conjunction with ICAN, took advantage of the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons to urge BNP Paribas to withdraw their $8 billion support for nuclear weapons producing companies. The production of nuclear weapons will soon be illegal under… »

21.08.2018

Nuclear weapons are terrifying, but what can I do?

Nuclear weapons are terrifying, but what can I do?

Nuclear weapons are indeed the worst weapon ever created. They are designed to decimate cities. The Red Cross & the UN have said that if they’re used in a populated area, there’s no help coming[1], there’s nothing anyone can do to mitigate the damage. The only thing we… »

23.05.2018

New Deutsche Bank policy expands exclusion nuclear weapons producers

New Deutsche Bank policy expands exclusion nuclear weapons producers

We publish here the report from the Don’t Bank on the Bomb campaign on Deutsche Bank’s announcement to tighten up their policy on investments in “controversial weapons”: By Maaike Beenes of Pax. Deutsche Bank announced today it has expanded its exclusion of controversial weapons companies. The… »

13.01.2018

Largest Dutch pension fund ABP to divest from nuclear weapons

Largest Dutch pension fund ABP to divest from nuclear weapons

The largest Dutch pension fund, the civil servants fund ABP, has decided to end its investments in producers of nuclear weapons. ABP has “finally made the right decision”, says PAX campaigner Krista van Velzen. “After years of campaigning by PAX against the unacceptable investments by the ABP in nuclear weapon… »

02.12.2017

Japanese companies divest from cluster bombs

Japanese companies divest from cluster bombs

Four Japanese banks and insurance companies have stopped certain investments in producers making cluster bombs, according to reports today in several Japanese media outlets (in Japanese): Mainichi Newspaper, TV Asahi, Jiji Tsushin, Asahi Newspaper, and… »

07.09.2017

Determined diplomacy is the only option for de-escalation on the Korean Peninsula

Determined diplomacy is the only option for de-escalation on the Korean Peninsula

We republish here the press statement released by Pax Christi. Pax Christi International shares the deep concerns of the global community over the crisis between North Korea and the United States[1].   Tensions have intensified with yet another nuclear test of North Korea met by… »

01.06.2017

Marking the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War with a call to end the occupation of Palestine

Marking the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War with a call to end the occupation of Palestine

In this month of the commemoration of 50 years of Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories, Pax Christi International in collaboration with its members, urges the international community to call for the immediate end of the 50-year Israeli occupation and for the parties to reengage in a peace process in… »

15.04.2016

Dutch parliament to discuss a nuclear weapons ban

Dutch parliament to discuss a nuclear weapons ban

On April 28, the Dutch parliament will discuss a national ban on nuclear weapons. This is the result of a national campaign initiated by PAX who gathered over 45,000 signatures to put this on the political agenda. It will be the first time in history that the Dutch Parliament will discuss… »

12.11.2015

Financial institutions drop the bomb from their investment portfolio

Financial institutions drop the bomb from their investment portfolio

53 financial institutions prohibit or limit investments in nuclear weapon producers, shows Don’t Bank on the Bomb, a report published today by Dutch peace organization PAX. This is a 150% increase compared to last year’s report. The increase illustrates the growing stigmatization of nuclear weapons because of the renewed… »

14.05.2015

NPT review conference: A document or not?

NPT review conference: A document or not?

By Susi Snyder* Looking at this NPT review conference, one of the big questions is whether there will be a [final outcome] document, or not. At this point, it’s what everyone is talking about – in the halls, in the cafe, around the conference rooms. The discussion raises some… »

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