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NPT Special

NPT Special

The Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), is up for review at the UN in New York between 2 and 27 May 2005.

How to dismantle an atomic bomb

In the 1990s something extraordinary happened. We saw a treaty to stop the emission of the gases which cause climate change. And we saw the signing of a treaty to stop nuclear testing.

The public conscience in action

It is outrageous that the nuclear weapons club still tries to ensure security by threatening to incinerate and irradiate enormous millions.

Abolish all nukes NOW!

CND has been working hard at local and national level, in parliament, in the media, and working closely with other groups, to raise awareness of the NPT and the 13 steps to nuclear disarmam

Peace, prayers and promises

At the last NPT Review Conference in 2000, against all expectations, the 188 signatories, including the five acknowledged nuclear weapon states (NWS) agreed “an unequivocal undertaking by t

Make the NPT work for peace

Most of the nations of the world have joined the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), which has its seventh Review Conference in New York this month.

Behind the wire: UK's porky pies at the NPT

As the UK delegation to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference pack their suitcases, their speeches on verification and a shiny new presentation about some decommissio

NPT resources

The Blackaby Papers are a series of occasional papers on defence and disarmament issues in memory of Frank Blackaby, sometime president of Abolition2000UK.

Devonport disarmament camp

May is the month of the review of the NPT in New York and we are calling all those activists with a wish for social justice to join the protests in Plymouth.