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United Nations committee releases nuclear weapons ban treaty draft

Posted by Elana Simon on May 25, 2017

On May 22, Committee Chairwoman Elayne Whyte Gómez from Costa Rica released a draft of the nuclear ban treaty. The draft treaty comprehensively prohibits nuclear weapons on the basis of their humanitarian impact. On the following day, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA) honored ICAN's Beatrice Fihn at a ceremony in Washington, D.C. to highlight the nuclear ban movement’s historic progress toward disarmament. Negotiations will resume on June 15 at the United Nations to finalize the treaty. Stay tuned to PSR for news of developments.

  • Show your support for the nuclear ban by participating in the Women’s March to Ban the Bomb on June 17. Join PSR activists in New York, or participate in a solidarity march in your local community. Learn more about the Women’s March to Ban the Bomb here.
  • Learn more about what prohibitions are included in the draft of the nuclear weapons ban treaty. ICAN reports on the draft treaty and the next steps in the negotiation process. Read more here.
  • Read the New York Times' coverage of the UN Panel’s release of the nuclear ban treaty draft. Find the story here.
  • To read a draft of the nuclear ban treaty text, click here.

Comments

sheila willens said ..

Perhaps showing the film that was made when Japan suffered this fate and how it effected generations to come will help those in power what can happen if the bomb is not banned

June 21, 2017
Kathleen Lovell said ..

No one wins in a nuclear war, no one.

June 20, 2017

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