Nuclear Weapons Convention

What will Bishop & Abbott do?

Event Date: 
Thu, 30/04/2015 - 08:30 - 09:30
Julie Bishop's Electoral Office, 414 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, WA

The Pope says ban nuclear weapons once and for all. What will Bishop & Abbott do?

Join members of MAPW WA & Peace and Planet to call for a strong voice from Australia at the UN Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPTi) Review Conference in New York from April 27th to May 22nd.

IPPNW letter urges Korean and US leaders to prevent use of nuclear weapons:

A 5 April 2013 letter from IPPNWi Co-Presidents - including MAPW's Tilman Ruff - to the leaders of North and South Korea an

Australian government response to Parliamentary nuclear treaties inquiry: MAPW 2010 report

This two-page MAPW paper discusses the Australian's government's disappointing response to the report of the Parliaments's Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT)  nuclear treaties inquiry, in particular its failure to follow through on the recommendation of a Nuclear Weapons Convention. The Committee reported in September 2009 but the government responded in 2010.

New Clear Exchange ICAN workshop: Melbourne 1 May 2010

Flyer for the final New Clear Exchange workshop run  by ICANi and supported by MAPW.

MAPW Victorian Branch flyer, NPT discussion and dinner: April 2010

How can we make sure that Australia supports real progress towards NO nuclear weapons at the NPTi Review Conference in May 2010?

Sample Letter to MPs and Editors Urging Support for the Nuclear Weapons Convention

A draft letter to be sent to your local MP or Senator urging them to support the Nuclear Weapons Convention.

NPT Members Action Kit: MAPW 2010

Resource kit for MAPW members developed for the 2010 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPTi) Review Conference.

MAPW media release: Fast track to zero nuclear weapons needed

Media release following release of report “Eliminating Nuclear Threats” by The International Commission on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament. MAPW applauds the report for recognising the destructive potential of nuclear weapons, but criticises the slow pace of nuclear disarmament envisaged by the report.

MAPW calls for fast track to zero nuclear weapons

MAPW today applauded a new Australia-sponsored report for recognising the destructive potential of nuclear weapons, but criticised the slow pace of disarmament proposed by the report.

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