80 percent of the world’s nations are doing their best to be heard. And yet the Review Conference was unimpressed, proposing a draft outcome document that does not even mention the impending negotiations on a new international treaty to fill the legal gap on the prohibition and elimination of nuclear weapons.
As the 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) ends in New York, we believe states must now agree to initiate a process to create an international prohibition on the use, possession, production and transfer of nuclear weapons
An unusual counting game is underway as the NPT undergoes its periodic review at the United Nations in New York.
The conference examined and discussed the entire nuclear fuel chain, from mining to its various end-stage uses, in light of their health, environmental, economic, and human rights impact
On April 25-26, ICAN campaigners from FundiPau hosted a series of events in Barcelona during the annual Earth Festival.
ICAN, as a network of organisations and campaigners, is completely reliant on the hard work and progress achieved by partner
The Norwegian Under Secretary of State, Bård Glad Pedersen, admitted on TV that Norway has been ‘demarched‘ by the United
On January 21, ICAN UK and the All Party Group on Weapons and the Protection of Civilians, facilitated by ICAN
Last year, Dutch peace organization and ICAN partner, PAX, launched a public campaign to initiate the creation of national legislation
During the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons last month, Pope Francis expressed support for the complete