The V. World Organic Forum focuses on the local implementation of the UN Agenda 2030 with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
24th of May, 2022 – International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament. Our partner Youth Fusion would like to celebrate by hosting a webinar. The theme is going to explore: ‘Women, Peace & Disarmament: Perspectives and Actions from the Global South’. The aim will be to hear from speakers from countries of the Nuclear Weapon Free Zones in the Global South.
One of the speakers will be Ana María Cetto Kramis, one of the Councillors at the World Future Council. She is also the Former Deputy Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), and a Professor at UNAM.
An Open Letter urging nuclear weapons states to adopt no-first-use and other policies to ensure a nuclear war is never fought has been endorsed by prominent signatories
In an Open Letter to US President Joseph Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, sent prior to their June 16 Summit in Geneva
Members of the World Future Council and recipients of the Right Livelihood Award called on governments to abolish nuclear weapons.
Reinforcing the European Youth Employment Policy through the European Green Deal:
In many respects, the world is facing an unprecedented crisis. At the same time, the world is on the brink of a new dawn.
The appeal was endorsed by 237 women leaders from was released to coincide with International Women’s Day for Peace and Disarmament on May 24.
The intention of Count the Nuclear Weapons Money is to show the true scale of the investments that nine countries are planning for the modernisation of their nuclear arsenals over the next 10 years. Volunteers in New York, London (UK), New Mexico, Philadelphia and Wellington (New Zealand) gathered to manually count $1 Trillion over 7 days and 7 nights.
Our Youth Ambassador Kehkashan Basu is speaking at the UN High-Level meeting on Nuclear Disarmament in New York today. You can read her presentation here.