Securing our safety, ensuring our survival - why US NATO nuclear weapons in Europe must go
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Nuclear Weapons Illegal?: Conference to mark 10th Anniversary of World Court Opinion on Nuclear Weapons
You are invited to a conference to mark the 10th anniversary of the World Court’s advisory opinion on the threat or use of nuclear weapons. It will be on 6-7 July 2006 in the European Parliament in Brussels.
Organised by Abolition 2000 Europe, International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, International Peace Bureau, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.
Download conference programme (.pdf)
Other events in Brussels 6,7,8 July
The Last Atomic Bomb Thursday 6 July, 6pm - 7:30pm
Return to the ICJ Planning Meeting
Abolition 2000 Europe Network Meeting: Thursday 6th July, 8 pm, Bond Beter Leefmilieu, Tweekerkenstraat 47, Brussels
Activist Workshop: Friday 7th July, 6pm-8pm, at or near European Parliament
Bombspotting Action at NATO hq: Saturday 8th July, Meet at 10:30am, Brussels Central Train Station
CND Celebrates Victory, Calls For An End To Missile Defence Plans In Europe
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament today welcomed the announcement by a Pentagon official that interceptor missiles for the US ‘Son of Star Wars’ missile defence system will not be sited in the UK, according to the Scottish Herald newspaper. The official cited the strong domestic opposition to the ongoing occupation of Iraq as a primary reason for this decision.(More)
U.S. Is Proposing European Shield for Iran Missiles
The administration's proposal, which comes amid rising concerns about Iran's suspected program to develop nuclear weapons, calls for installing 10 antimissile interceptors at a European site by 2011. Poland and the Czech Republic are among the nations under consideration.
(From: New York Times)
Action against censorship with the publishing of EDF official secret document about the EPR
(Download the document: part 1, part 2)
Scottish Parliament debates Trident replacement
Note: the Scottish Parliament does not have responsibility for Defence or Foreign affairs, it is a "reserved" issue, meaning that the British Parliament retains responisbility.
(Full text of the debate, Scottish Parliament website)