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CND at #NPT2018

Representatives from almost all states, along with campaigns and NGOs from across the globe, met in Geneva to discuss the future of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. Thanks to your support we sent a delegation. Here's our story.
CND Apr 23
We're at . We joined the ICAN team at a campaigners meeting in Geneva. Progress is good - many countries ready to sign the treaty - looking to it coming into force. It's the 50th anniversary of the NPT, but what is it? Find out here
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CND Apr 23
Are you at ? Join our fringe meeting at 1.15pm - 2.45pm tomorrow, Tuesday 24th April with Kate Hudson.
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CND Apr 23
We're at the NPT conference demanding the UK government takes concrete steps towards disarming Trident. Support our work by donating to CND today:
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CND Apr 24
Great to see Jackie Cabasso, a leading anti-nuclear campaigner from the US, as the fringe at begins to assemble. Thank you for all the work you do that inspires our campaigning here in Britain.
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CND Apr 24
Our delegates at . CND Chair Dave Webb with Kate Hudson, CND General Secretary. It's fantastic to meet with so many of our international partners. But what is the NPT and how is it relevant to our campaign against nuclear weapons? READ
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CND Apr 24
Addressing the CND fringe, Fabian Hamilton MP says that the majority of Labour Party members would vote for the treaty. There's a duty to capture the view of the membership and put it into action.
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CND Apr 24
"We've got people queuing at food banks in Britain, yet we can always find more money for Trident." CND's Dave Webb addressing the CND fringe at
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CND Apr 24
Our panel now discussing defence diversification and need for a shadow agency. There are huge opportunities for regeneration and reinvestment in Britain's engineering and industrial sector. We could do this with a fraction of money spent on Trident and its replacement.
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Christian CND Apr 24
Christian CND delegates in Geneva this morning outside the discussions.
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CND Apr 24
Trump's attempt to unpick the Iran nuclear is having an effect, and it will be disastrous if he succeeds. We welcome calls from the leaders of Germany and France this week to uphold the deal.
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CND Apr 24
"Joining the Treating on the Prohibition of Nuclear weapons will strengthen Britain's defence and security." Parliamentary CND chair Caroline Lucas MP addressing the CND fringe at by video today. WATCH
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CND Apr 25
NGO statements from the movement are being delivered this morning at . Yet again, the NATO delegate hasn't arrived to listen to our collective wisdom.
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CND Apr 25
A Japanese survivor addresses the Assembly and talks of how she experienced hell on earth during the bombing. The terrible sights she saw live with her today. 'Hibakusha suffering is deep and still continuing.'
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CND Apr 25
Sergio Duarte speaks for Pugwash saying that the danger of nuclear use is increasing with the development of new and upgraded nuclear weapons and changed postures which move away from international norms of disarmament.
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CND Apr 25
The UK's statement to the NPT includes the usual nonsense - that the UK is a 'responsible nuclear weapons state'. What does that actually mean when the UK is building new nuclear weapons?
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Acronym Institute Apr 24
Fantastic side event,'Bringing the nuclear armed states into disarmament' at the . Expert panellists make it clear that the only way to ensure Britain's security is for the UK government to engage with the NPT and TPNW
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