OSCE resolution on nuclear weapons ban

The Organisations for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly has called on member states to sign the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons following it’s latest meeting. The OSCE has 57 participating member states, including the United Kingdom. The Parliamentary Assembly of the OSCE brings parliamentarians together to foster dialogue and make progress

Rededication of Molesworth Peace Garden

On Saturday 29 June Christian CND joined Molesworth Peace Garden Group and many others at RAF Molesworth for a special event to remember the history of peace witness at the site. During the event on Saturday Bridie Wallis and Ian Hartley, two individuals who has lived at Molesworth during the camp, shared memories of their

Kazakhstan set to ratify Nuclear Ban Treaty

Kazakhstan is set to become the 24th state to join the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons after a parliamentary vote in favour of ratifying the Treaty on Monday 24 June. The state has previously signed the Treaty in March 2018. Kazakhstan inherited the world’s fourth largest stockpile of weapons following the collapse of

New report highlights financing of nuclear weapons

A new report from Don’t Bank on the Bomb has shed light on how the companies behind the financing of companies behind the manufacturing of nuclear weapons. Companies involved include the UK based HSBC, Barclays, Aviva and Prudential. Although the report shows a fall in the number of investments in these companies, the amount of