40 Right Livelihood Laureates and members of the World Future Council signed a Joint Statement, calling on world leaders to put more resources into achieving the elimination of all nuclear weapons.
|Abolition: For nuclear weapons, there are no right hands
the recent Nuclear Security Summit, 58 world leaders met in The Hague
to debate nuclear industry control issues and how to ensure that nuclear
materials "do not fall into the wrong hands”. In this context, the
signatories of the Joint Statement pointed out the limited focus of the
debate, stressing that: “For nuclear weapons, there are no right hands”.
Alyn Ware was also recently involved in the adoption of a resolution
“The Cold War, it seems, is not over. It just took a nap.”
The lesson to
Maude Barlow‘s organisation, The Council of Canadians, in partnership with Power Shift launched a new website called eu-secretdeals.info,
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