by Observatory of International Organisations And Globalisation (Padop)
Every year, the United Nations has declared the last week of October Disarmament Week, which we in Greece are also called upon to observe. Continue reading “Declaration for the UN Disarmament Week”
Dear GCOMS partners,
The Global Campaign on Military Spending (GCOMS) is an international campaign founded in December 2014 and promoted by the International Peace Bureau. The main aim is to reduce the global military spending thanks to the cooperative works made by the organisations of civil society. Nowadays, more the 100 organizations from 35 different nations have joined the campaign. Continue reading “GCOMS is now launching the Cut Milex campaign”
London, October 14, 2017
I want to thank Kate for the opportunity to join and learn from this year’s conference. In each of our countries, we have disastrous leaders in power. But, with its imperial power, its arsenals, and its disregard of the rule of law, and with a man described by his secretary of state as a “fucking moron” at the helm of power, Trump and his coterie are far and away the most dangerous. Continue reading “Joseph Gerson at the CND International Conference”
IALANA – the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms – congratulates ICAN – the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons – on the award of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Continue reading “IALANA Welcomes the Award of the Nobel Peace Prize to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons”
The International Peace Bureau is very pleased with the decision of the Norwegian Nobel Committee to award the Nobel Peace Prize 2017 to ICAN. It complies with the last will of Alfred Nobel, supporting disarmament and negotiations. Continue reading “ICAN wins the Nobel peace prize 2017”
Stanislav Petorv, the man who averted a possible nuclear war died. He decided that the alarm was false and did not report about the “threat” to his superiors.
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IPB pays respect to Stanislav Petorv.
The International Peace Bureau awards the Séan MacBride Peace Prize every year to a person, or organisation, or movement in recognition of its outstanding work for peace, disarmament, human rights.
This year the IPB Board has chosen the following three winners of the prize:
Continue reading “Press release: Séan MacBride Peace Prize 2017”
September 3, 2017
Yasui Masakazu, Secretary General
Japan Council against A and H Bombs (Gensuikyo)
Today, North Korea (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) conducted its 6th nuclear test. This is a serious challenge to the international community, threatening peace and security of the world and the region. We firmly condemn this outrageous act, which blatantly tramples upon the aspiration of the people of the A-bombed Japan for the elimination of nuclear weapons.
Continue reading “Statement: We Condemn North Korea for Its Nuclear Test”
It is with great sadness that we wish to convey our most heartfelt condolences to the family of Taniguchi Sumiteru, to his colleagues Hibakusha in Nagasaki and to the everyone engaged in the anti-nuclear weapons movement.
Continue reading “IPB mourns the death of Taniguchi Sumiteru”
On the occasion of the 72nd anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the 2017 World Conference against A and H Bombs called on the peoples of the world to launch international join international simultaneous actions “Peace Wave” to urge all national governments to join the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons from September 20, the day when the Treaty will be open for signatures, until 26, the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.
Continue reading “Let Us Launch the “Peace Wave” Actions from September 20 to 26, calling for all governments of the World to Join the Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons”