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PSR participates in 2010 NPT Review Conference

May 5, 2010

PSR has begun an active May by participating in multiple events at the  Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference. On May 1st, PSR took part in the the International Peace Conference where Secretary General Ban Ki Moon gave a groundbreaking speech on a world free of nuclear weapons.

SPSR also participated in a youth workshop on Monday, May 1st entitled "Weaving Stories into Action." PSR and partner organization International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) gave a workshop on the environment and health impacts of nuclear weapons at the United Nations to educate State Delegates and NGO's on Wednesday May 5th.

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