ICAN has produced a suite of high-quality publications describing the effects of nuclear weapons on health and the environment, and documenting government support for a global ban on nuclear weapons. The campaign has also published booklets with action ideas for campaigners and school students.
ICAN’s video channel includes messages of support from prominent people, calls to action, background briefings, footage from ICAN street actions, and witty and inspiring short clips. Please help us spread the word about ICAN by showing these videos at public events or sharing them online.
Here you will find galleries of images from major ICAN events, such as international meetings and global days of action. For high-resolution copies, please view our photostream. Most images have been taken by ICAN staff members or campaigners, and can be reproduced freely with acknowledgement.
Everyone has a role to play in the campaign to ban nuclear weapons. School students can influence their leaders’ views on nuclear weapons issues and encourage friends and family members to become active in the movement. ICAN has developed a series of activities for students of all ages.
One thousand paper cranes – a Japanese symbol for nuclear disarmament – have been sent to every president and prime minister worldwide. In return, we are seeking a message of support for a treaty banning nuclear weapons. Has your government responded? See what other leaders have written.