No to War – Statement on the U.S. Assassination of General Soleimani EN/FR

The illegal assassination of Iranian General Soleimani was an act of war by the United States that must not be tolerated. Whatever the crimes of Soleimani have been, the United States has no legal or moral right to take such unilateral action or for the recent bombings of five Iranian related facilities in Iraq and Syria. Continue reading “No to War – Statement on the U.S. Assassination of General Soleimani EN/FR”

World Conference – Abolish Nuclear Weapons; Resist and Reverse the Climate Crisis; For Social and Economic Justice

IPB Joins in Organizing World Conference & Rally on Eve of NPT Review in New York

As we confront the twin existential threats of nuclear weapons and climate change, IPB is pushing back in its role as a lead co-sponsor of an historic movement building World Conference and rally for nuclear weapons abolition, peace, the climate and justice. Continue reading “World Conference – Abolish Nuclear Weapons; Resist and Reverse the Climate Crisis; For Social and Economic Justice”

Remember your Humanity and forget the rest

Tensions are growing among states possessing nuclear weapons and the collapse of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty brings Europe closer to the brink of another dangerous Cold War. Meanwhile, the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) gains traction and opens new avenues for urgently needed common campaigns and actions. Continue reading “Remember your Humanity and forget the rest”

CND & IPB Conference – 21st century security: challenges and solutions

We are looking forward to welcoming you to CND and IPB’s conference which will be held on Sunday October 20 London, opposite the Houses of Parliament. Our Triennial Congress, under the banner: “21st century security: challenges and solution” will also be held in London. Continue reading “CND & IPB Conference – 21st century security: challenges and solutions”

IPB MacBride award 2019 for Elayne Whyte Gómez and Bruce Kent

Every year the IPB awards a special prize to a person or organisation that has done outstanding work for peace, disarmament and/or human rights. These were the principal concerns of Sean MacBride, the distinguished Irish statesman who was Chairman of IPB from 1968-74 and President from 1974-1985. MacBride was a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (1974), deputy General Secretary of the UN and founder if the disarmament committee of the UN. Continue reading “IPB MacBride award 2019 for Elayne Whyte Gómez and Bruce Kent”