July 16th 2019
“At the age of 11… I heard a very large blast and saw a very big flash of light. I got so scared, I thought, ‘the world is coming to an end.’ Then I saw what looked like a large, big, black, giant ball of smoke. It was huge and moving, going higher and higher…” On this day 74 years ago, Henry Herrera witnessed the first ever nuclear detonation from his Tularosa home near Alamogordo,
July 14th 2019
After a consultation period fraught with scandal, Sweden’s government appears to have caved to pressure by nuclear-armed states and announced it will not currently sign the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
July 12th 2019
Between June 23th to 27th, Tunisian students met with parliamentarians, journalists and academicians in Tunis as a part of ICAN France’s new project “Nuclear Disarmament Competence Development in Francophone Regions”
July 11th 2019
A recent report released by NuclearBan.US, “Warheads to Windmills: How to Pay for a Green New Deal,” shows how eliminating nuclear weapons will play a crucial part in preventing the worst of the climate crisis.The report is focused on the US in particular, but it offers a blueprint for all nine of the nuclear nations.
July 7th 2019
To mark the second anniversary of the adoption of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, ICAN is launching a new guide to help campaigners promote the Treaty at a national and regional level
June 19th 2019
On June 19th and 20th, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guyana and ICAN are convening a Caribbean Regional Forum on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons