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ICAN Nov 11
🎉 Hurray, Honolulu! This U.S. city council is speaking up against the threat of by joining the ICAN Cities Appeal & calling on the govt to join the treaty. Get your city involved ➡️
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Tim Wright 12h
Nearly 50 universities are involved in the research and design of US nuclear weapons, largely in secret and in contradiction to their mission statements. If your university is one of them, demand it to stop. 👨‍🎓👩‍🎓
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Beatrice Fihn Nov 8
Replying to @Pontifex
But in all seriousness, we met with this week because he is traveling to Nagasaki and Hiroshima later this month. As he is a major supporter of the , we asked him to use the opportunity to urge all governments to join the treaty.
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ICAN Nov 8
Have you checked out this new poll? An overwhelming majority of Finnish people want their government to join the treaty. , It’s time to ✍️ the treaty! ➡️
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ICAN Nov 7
NEW POLL: 84% of 🇫🇮 Finns want their government to sign the treaty. Read more here ⬇️
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ICAN Nov 11
The treaty outlaws everything to do with . But we don’t have to wait around for all the action to happen at the country level. Here’s how YOU can support the treaty ➡️
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Beatrice Fihn Nov 11
Replying to @BeaFihn
Today, Honolulu City Council adopted a resolution joining the ICAN Cities Appeal, supporting the treaty and urging the US government to join it.
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ICAN Nov 6
Have you heard former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s statement on why we need to end all ? Check it out & join the movement to push for a world free from nukes ➡️
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ICAN Nov 8
🎉 It’s been a year since the ICAN Cities Appeal was launched and we’d like to say: Thank you to all the cities, towns & local councils pushing for a nuclear-weapons-free world through the treaty for your support.
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ICAN 2h
can destroy everything we hold dear in a split second. That’s why it is so important to support the treaty, that outlaws everything to do with these inhumane weapons. Find out more:
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Tim Wright 16h
Russia has 6,500 nuclear weapons. And its foreign minister thinks it's "rather arrogant" for 122 nations to try to impose disarmament "unilaterally" on nuclear powers through the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons? 😕
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ICAN Nov 7
Yesterday, an ICAN delegation met with ahead of his visit to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Pope shared that he is hopeful about many states joining the treaty! ⬇️
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Christian CND Nov 8
The United Nations has reaffirmed overwhelming support for the Treaty. Now we must redouble our efforts to move the UK to a position of engagement and disarmament.
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Akira Kawasaki Nov 12
A 70-year fight: Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow's quest for the abolition of nuclear weapons | The Japan Times
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Mark Turpin Nov 10
Things people told me would never happen: peace in Ireland, the fall of the Berlin wall, the end of apartheid in South Africa. Now the world is going to get rid of nuclear weapons:
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ICAN 10h
Replying to @nuclearban
Nuclear weapons have devastating humanitarian and environmental consequences. So why are universities supporting the next generation of science? It’s time to say no to nukes & join the movement:
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Ghent international Nov 12
A Ginkgo Biloba was planted in our Sint-Baafssite this weekend. A new peace symbol in the city as sprout of a surviving tree in Hiroshima after the nuclear bomb attack. Thank you and for the seeds and nurturing.
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Daniel Högsta Nov 8
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Nuclear Age Peace Fn Nov 9
Shout out to Santa Barbara for signing the ICAN cities appeal earlier this year after our campaigning efforts. We are proud to have contributed to this global movement to support the .
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Oregon PSR 2h
Today's the day! city council votes on our resolutions to support treaty and No War on Iran. Come to city hall & wear blue for ☮️ or watch online 3:30 PM PST thanks for sponsoring and 26+ partner orgs
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