The US suspension of and withdrawal from the INF-Treaty is an irresponsible move that opens the path for a new-nuclear arms race and highlights the importance of real multilateral, binding solutions like the UN Nuclear Ban Treaty
How do you top winning the Nobel Peace Prize? By getting right back to work and booking win after win. So that's what ICAN campaigners did this year...
In September 2018, political party Podemos obtained a commitment from the Spanish government to sign the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW). The government has not yet announced how and when they will implement this decision.
ICAN partner Norwegian People’s Aid has launched the first report of a newly established watchdog for the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW)
At a high-level ceremony at the UN last night, 7 countries signed and 4 countries ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. There are now 67 signatories and 19 States Party to the Treaty.
On 7 July 2017, the UN adopted a landmark agreement to ban nuclear weapons. Here we answer some FAQs about how the treaty will operate
“Let’s act up! Ban nuclear weapons completely and unconditionally.”
“If Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr were alive today, they would be part of ICAN.”
“I salute ICAN for working with such commitment and creativity.”
“We can do it together. With your help, our voice will be made still stronger. Imagine peace.”
“Governments say a nuclear weapons ban is unlikely. Don’t believe it. They said the same about a mine ban treaty.”
“With your support, we can take ICAN its full distance – all the way to zero nuclear weapons.”
“Because I cannot tolerate these appalling weapons, I whole-heartedly support ICAN.”
“I can imagine a world without nuclear weapons, and I support ICAN.”