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Introduction 2 Disarmament: Video series

The #Intro2Disarmament video series consists of 5 short videos that explain how disarmament contributes to a safer, more peaceful and sustainable world in an easy-to-understand way.

The Specter of Nuclear War: Why the World Lives in its Shadow

This curriculum, developed by Kathleen Kanet and William James Russell in 1980, provides inquiries to support learners’ critical, moral and ethical reflections on the development of nuclear weapons, their use, and the potential of their abolition.

No Going Back: What Could the Resumption of Nuclear Testing Mean for A New Normality?

Any and all progress made toward controlling the proliferation of nuclear weapons, as well as their elimination, are placed in jeopardy by the possibility of the resumption of nuclear testing. Peace educators must give serious and immediate attention to this Statement from Abolition 2000 if we are to achieve the renewed normality that we have begun to contemplate.

CORONA CONNECTIONS: An Inquiry into Plowshares and Pandemics

“Corona Connections: Learning for a Renewed World” is a special series exploring the COVID-19 pandemic and the ways it relates to other peace education issues. This inquiry explores the interrelationships between the causes, characteristics and potential consequences of the threats posed by nuclear weapons and global pandemics.

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