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  • The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

    Founded in 1945 by Manhattan Project scientists, the Bulletin equips the public, policymakers, and scientists with the information needed to reduce man-made threats to human existence. At its core, it is a media organization, posting free articles on its website and publishing a premium digital magazine. The Bulletin focuses on three main areas: nuclear risk, climate change, and disruptive technologies. 

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  • Global Zero

    Global Zero is the international movement for a world without nuclear weapons. Since its launch in Paris in 2008, Global Zero has built an unprecedented grassroots movement that’s supported by hundreds of current and former heads of government, senior political leaders, military commanders and national security experts from every nuclear-armed region in the world. By combining cutting-edge policy analysis, backchannel diplomacy, people-powered campaigning and global media outreach, we’re building a critical mass of public pressure and political support for the elimination of nuclear weapons — and a flourishing future beyond the bomb.

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  • ICAN

    ICAN is a global coalition of organisations and committed people from over 100 countries, working together to ban, stigmatise and eliminate nuclear weapons. These weapons of mass destruction were finally banned under international law through the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, which was adopted in 2017 and entered into force on January 22, 2021.   ICAN was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017 for its efforts to promote the treaty, highlight the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons and strengthen the stigma against these horrific weapons.

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  • Ploughshares Fund

    Ploughshares Fund is a global peace and security foundation that believes everyone has the right to a safe and secure future. Every day we work to reduce and eventually eliminate nuclear weapons, to stop their spread and to build peace in regions of conflict where nuclear weapons exist. Founded in 1981 in San Francisco, and since expanded with an office in Washington DC, Ploughshares Fund is the largest US philanthropic organization focused exclusively on solving the world’s biggest problem of nuclear weapons.

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  • Program on Science and Global Security, Princeton University

    Alongside its research, education and training, Princeton University’s Program on Science and Global Security (SGS) actively contributes to international policy debates on nuclear weapon issues. By adopting a role as citizen-scientists, the Program has established itself as a significant independent voice in these debates. Its ideas have gained a wide audience among governments as well as non-governmental and international organizations. SGS regularly recruits graduate students, fellows, and researchers to work on projects related to the elimination of nuclear weapons.

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