In honour of UN Day on October 24th, we recall the enduring values of the UN Charter, take stock of progress toward peace in Libya, applaud Biden proposals to lower nuclear risks and challenge Canada to turn from laggard to leader in managing arms exports responsibly.
We are in pre-election planning mode. Join us in our urgent effort to energize and mobilize progressives in all the federal parties to develop strong, innovative peacebuilding platforms.
While the nuclear weapons states continue their build-up, most of the rest of the world is preparing the way for nuclear disarmament.
Canada refuses to sign Nuclear Ban Treaty or even to congratulate ICAN and Canadian Hiroshima survivor who will accept the Nobel Peace Prize.
Awarding the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize to civil society organization ICAN sends a powerful message on what can be achieved when governments, civil society, and international organizations collaborate.
Civil society conference proposes meaningful steps for Canada toward global nuclear disarmament.