Abolition 2000

03.09.2013

Latin America reaffirms anti-nuclear commitment

Latin America reaffirms anti-nuclear commitment

The Treaty of Tlatelolco is the conventional name given to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is embodied in the OPANAL (the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean, Spanish Acronym)). Meeting in the Tlatelolco… »

21.04.2013

Call for a worldwide ban on Uranium Mining as the Grand Canyon comes under threat

Call for a worldwide ban on Uranium Mining as the Grand Canyon comes under threat

In Edinburgh on the 17th and 18th of April at the annual meeting of Abolition 2000, a delegation from the Arizona based campaign group, Mama Bears Brigade, presented the plight of indigenous people around the Grand Canyon who are fighting against a mining company currently reopening shafts that… »

20.04.2013

Ray Acheson of Reaching Critical Will on nuclear abolition, the arms trade and social justice

Ray Acheson of Reaching Critical Will on nuclear abolition, the arms trade and social justice

For those working in the field of nuclear abolition, Ray Acheson from ‘Reaching Critical Will’, is a well-known, dynamic and tireless organiser who ensures that civil society gets the opportunity to present its case to the world’s diplomats in the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) conferences.  She deals with all… »

19.04.2013

Abolition 2000 at Faslane: Get Rid of the Nukes!

Abolition 2000 at Faslane: Get Rid of the Nukes!

A delegation from the Abolition 2000 Global Network for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons visited the Clyde Naval Base in Faslane, Scotland today (19 April 2013) where they released the Faslane Declaration, which calls on the UK to remove the nuclear weapons based in Scotland, abandon nuclear deterrence… »

19.04.2013

Abolition 2000: A good time for the UK to abondon its Trident plans

Abolition 2000: A good time for the UK to abondon its Trident plans

The global network of anti-nuclear organisations, Abolition 2000, has just wrapped up its annual general meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland; a venue especially chosen to support the Scottish anti-nuclear movement in their struggle to rid themselves of the trident missile system which 80% of the population wish to see removed from… »

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