Basel Peace Office and Abolition 2000 Task Force on the OEWG invite you to a lunchtime presentation:
Nuclear Weapons Convention:
Exploring and Developing Elements of a Nuclear-Weapons-Free World
Tuesday 21 May, 2013
13:15 – 14:45
Room XI, Building A, UN Geneva
- What issues need to be addressed to achieve and maintain a nuclear weapons free world?
- What are the benefits and opportunities of an incremental-comprehensive approach?
- What elements of a NWC can we start developing now?
International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Nuclear Proliferation, Germany, Co-author of Securing our Survival, Member of the Model NWC drafting team
Basel Peace Office, New Zealand/Switzerland, Drafting coordinator of the Model NWC (UN Document 2007), Co-author of Securing our Survival, Coordinator of the Abolition 2000 Working Group on a NWC
International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Nuclear Proliferation, Germany, Facilitator of Simulated Negotiations on a Nuclear Weapons Convention
“Engaging states with the Open-Ended Working Group”
Manuals for governments and campaigners developed by the Abolition 2000 Task Force on OEWG
GET A FREE COPY OF THE BOOK
“Securing our Survival: The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Convention”
Including the full text of the Model NWC and Questions & Answers on key elements of a nuclear weapons free world
Light lunch provided.
* Securing our Survival: The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Convention
* Manual for Campaigners to support the OEWG
* The Nuclear Weapons Convention as a Process, by Juergan Scheffran
* Students simulate negotiations on a Nuclear Weapons Convention