Christian CND Embassies Walk 2018

Every year Christian CND organises an Embassies Walk around London, visiting diplomats and discussing the latest developments in nuclear disarmament. After the UN agreed the Nuclear Ban Treaty last year, we visited states that supported the Treaty, for an update on progress towards ratification. The group gathered at St Martins-in-the-Field for a short service before

International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day we give thanks to God not only for the inspirational women in the Bible but those who continue to inspire us with their efforts for peace today. Women have been a vital part of the peace movement, and Christian CND has it’s own incredible women who tireless work and pray for

New report highlights institutions financing nuclear weapons

A new report from Don’t Bank on the Bomb has highlighted the financial institutions based in the UK funding the production of nuclear weapons. You can read the full report online¬†with a shorter report specific to the UK also available. Although many Christians take every effort to ensure that our money is not inadvertently funding

Kazakhstan signs the Nuclear Ban Treaty

Kazakhstan has become the 57th nation to sign the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons following the signature of UN Ambassador on March 2. The move follows a recent speech by President Nursultan Nazarbayev at the United Nations where he challenged the mindset of the nuclear weapons states and urged more international cooperation. Kazakhstan inherited

House of Lords debate on Ban Treaty

On Tuesday 20 February in the House of Lords there was a short debate on the Nuclear Ban Treaty, which was agreed by the United Nations in July 2017. The debate arose from a question from Baroness Miller of Chiltern Doner who has been a long-standing campaigned for nuclear disarmament. Among the speakers in the