Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace
Abolition 2000 is an international network of organizations and individuals working for a global treaty to prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons. The Network provides a forum for the exchange of information and development of joint initiatives and campaigns.
The BAS focuses on nuclear risk, climate change, and disruptive technologies. The Bulletin publishes the Doomesday Clock that counts down how close we are to a nuclear catastrophe. We have moved from 3 minutes to midnight in 1949 to 100 seconds as of January 23, 2020.
Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security
CPDCS advocates for peace and nuclear disarmament with justice. They serve as a bridge between peace and nuclear disarmament movements in U.S., Asia, and Europe and contribute to intersectional organizing.
Friends Committee on National Legislation
FCNL is the lobbying arm of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) whose work involves passing legislation for the public good. Nuclear Disarmament is one of the many issues for which they provide guidance and support to the public.
Global Zero is an international movement for the elimination of all nuclear weapons, including proliferation and nuclear terrorism. It seeks to stop the spread of nuclear weapons and secure all nuclear materials in order to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe.
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Based in Geneva, Switzerland, ICAN is a broad, inclusive campaign, focused on mobilizing civil society around the world to support the specific objective of prohibiting and eliminating nuclear weapons. It brought the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty into International Law.
The IPB is dedicated to a world without war and actively works towards the prohibition of nuclear weapons. They focus on the reallocation of military expenditure and support a range of disarmament campaigns and supply data on the economic dimensions of weapons and conflicts.