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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Nuclear Disarmament or its children.

  • More than any other people on this planet, the Marshall Islanders are survivors of the two greatest threats facing humanity: nuclear weapons and climate change. Their idyllic archipelago, a sapphire entity between Hawaii and Australia, is located 5,000 miles west of Los Angeles and 500 miles north...

    By Joanne Dufour | April 2, 2020 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: International Human Rights & Justice, Climate Justice, Nuclear Disarmament
  • If conflict is inevitable in human relations, so might be efforts to reconcile and reach a state of peace. ...

    By Joanne Dufour | December 10, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • We know we are facing an existential crisis with the advance of climate change; and what about the other existential threat? Nuclear weapons. Unless we arrest climate change, it will fundamentally change our civilization in a matter of decades, maybe threaten life on this planet. Nuclear weapons...

    By Jerald Ross | November 26, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • In the centennial year 2000, while the world was getting used to writing or typing the year beginning with a “2” instead of a “1,” nations were introduced to the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals encouraging the 189 member states to adopt a set of 8 goals for a timeline of 15...

    By Joanne Dufour | November 13, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: International Peace & Conflict, Nuclear Disarmament
  • There are many aspects to helping our planet disarm meaningfully. 108 countries are now part of treaties that have established nuclear free zones around the world. They are making a concerted effort to create a nuclear free planet and that alone needs to be applauded and the trend encouraged.

    By Joanne Dufour | October 30, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: International Peace & Conflict, Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • Feel like the system is too big to change? Protest!

    By Bob Delastrada | September 17, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • An appeal was recently distributed to navy personnel at Bangor Naval Base in Washington State, calling on navy personnel to "Refuse to engage in nuclear annihilation." This appeal is reprinted here with permission of the Ground Zero Center in Seattle, WA.

    By Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action | June 26, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • On April 14, 2019 the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, NJ hosted a conference on Steps To A Nuclear Weapons-Free World. According to the NJIT coordinator, Jay Kappraff, the purpose of the conference was to focus on the watershed moment we are facing: “Nuclear forces are being...

    By Joanne Dufour | June 12, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: International Peace & Conflict, Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • It is often stated – incorrectly – that the Chinese character for “crisis” includes the symbols for both “danger” and “opportunity.” While that may not be literally correct, the character does mean “a pivotal moment when things happen or change.” The world is at such a juncture...

    By Jerald Ross | May 29, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: International Peace & Conflict, Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace
  • According to a video and transcript can be found at the State Department’s website. Take a listen. You might be favorably surprised with Dr. Ford’s tone, language, and message. When was the last time you heard anyone in public office, especially at the federal level even mention the word...

    By Joanne Dufour | May 1, 2019 | From Disarmament
    Tagged as: International Peace & Conflict, Nuclear Disarmament, International Engagement & Building Peace