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High-level meeting in Stockholm injects life into the NPT nuclear disarmament commitments

Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström hosts a meeting of ministers from 16 countries to elevate political support for practical nuclear risk-reduction and disarmament measures.

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UN Secretary-General reminds world of the importance of disarmament

On May 24, International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament, UNSG Antonio Guterres reminds the world of the vital importance of disarmament. His video message highlights the disarmament agenda he launched on May 24, 2018.

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Global Peace Bike Ride starts from UK Parliament

PNND and Mayors for Peace co-sponsor the Bike Ride for Peace around the World which started from UK Parliament on Wednesday February 27, 2019. The bike ride is led by Tore Naerland, a blind rider and long-time nuclear disarmament campaigner.

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Parliamentarians and civil society call for progress at USA/DPRK Summit

Presidents Trump and Kim about to meet in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Parliamentarians and civil society leaders call for concrete progress on peace and denuclearisation.

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PNND pays tribute to Paul Dewar

PNND mourns the death and pays tribute to Co-President Paul Dewar, a wonderful humanitarian, educator and parliamentarian.

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Mayors and parliamentarians from 40 countries call on Russia and the US to preserve the INF Treaty

Mayors, parliamentarians, policy experts and civil society representatives send a joint appeal to USA and Russia, which calls on them to preserve the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, prevent a new nuclear arms race in Europe and undertake measures to reduce the risk of a nuclear conflict.

Appeal was drafted and adopted at a European regional conference on Nuclear Disarmament and Divestment in Basel, January 15. 

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Mayors and parliamentarians meet in Basel to discuss disarmament and sustainable security

Basel conference brings legislators, experts and civil society representatives together to discuss the INF Treaty, disarmament and divestment from weapons and fossil fuel industries.

PNND invites legislators and civil society representatives to endorse the Basel Appeal for Disarmament and Sustainable Security.

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Parliamentary action to preserve the Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty

Photo: Presidents Reagan and Gorbachev sign the INF Treaty in 1987

On October 20, 2018, U.S. President Trump announced his intent to withdraw the United States from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

Legislators in the U.S and Europe are taking action to save the INF and prevent a new nuclear arms race.

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