People For Nuclear Disarmament (PND)

INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST NUCLEAR TESTS 29 AUG

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INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST NUCLEAR TESTS 29 AUG

PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT (PND) NSW

COMPREHENSIVE TEST BAN TREATY SHOULD ENTER INTO FORCE
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ON THE BRINK OF THE APOCALYPSE ONCE MORE?

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13AUG 2015
PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT NSW

70 YEARS SINCE HIROSHIMA – AND ON THE BRINK OF THE APOCALYPSE ONCE MORE?

As tensions in Europe between NATO and Russia climb, a series of warnings have emanated from former US and Russian commanders of nuclear forces, from the nobel-prizewinning International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, and yesterday and today from the European Leadership Network.
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Special Screening of The Man Who Saved the World

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Special Screening of The Man Who Saved the World
4.30pm Fri25Sept
Ryan Auditorium
Australian Catholic University
North Sydney

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NAGASAKI DAY PRESS RELEASE 9AUG 2015

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NAGASAKI DAY PRESS RELEASE 9AUG 2015

PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT

NAGASAKI – THE FORGOTTEN BOMB
NUCLEAR WEAPONS: THE FORGOTTEN APOCALYPSE

As Nagasaki, the second of the two cities on which the US dropped atomic bombs at the end of the second world war, is the 'forgotten' bombing, having come second and having a somewhat lesser body count than did Hiroshima, so nuclear weapons themselves have become, quite undeservedly, a 'forgotten' apocalypse. In the 1980s hundreds of thousands marched in the city of Sydney alone in protest at the possibility that foolish brinksmanship or miscalculation or even computer error might end the world. These terrifying possibilities remain, yet somehow we have become numb to them.
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Newsflash

20 FEB 2016

PEOPLE FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT

NO UNSC RESOLUTION, NO SANCTIONS PLANNED AS US LAUNCHES GAURANTEED – LETHAL ICBM FROM VANDENBERG AIRFORCE BASE ON EVE OF UN NUKE DISARMAMENT MEETING


The US plans to launch an unarmed (for now) Minuteman-III ICBM from Vandenberg Air-force Base tomorrow (20Feb), on the eve of a preliminary meeting of the United Nations Open-Ended Working Group on nuclear Disarmament. (OEWG). The Minuteman-III ICBM is purely military and has no role in space exploration or satellite launches.