In October we hosted a workshop in Annapolis, Maryland for representatives of education and environmental ministries from around the world, to explore the positive impacts of the state’s Environmental Literacy (E-lit) Standards. Participants from five continents experienced Maryland’s policy in action and shared their expertise and success stories in pursuing environmental educations in their home countries.
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Nuclear-weapon-free-zones have already been established in the Antarctic, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Pacific, South East Asia, Africa and Central Asia and have been proposed for the Middle East, North-East Asia and Europe. A panel of experts will provide updates on these three proposals, explore the role such NWFZs could play in the region, and provide participants with an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the issue.
On October 26, 2016 we launched 'Move the Nuclear Weapons Money: A handbook for civil society and legislators’ at the 135th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, an organisation of 170 member parliaments from around the world.