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Sunday, 23. June 2024

Six resolutions, an appeal and a declaration were adopted at the IPPNW International Council in Mombasa, Kenya, at the conclusion of the 23rd IPPNW World Congress. The resolutions covered the issues of climate, the link between nuclear power and nuclear weapons, export of nuclear-powered submarines and use of HEU, depleted uranium weapons, roles and responsibilities within the federation, as well as the decision to conduct a survey of the affiliates. The Mombasa Appeal for Peace and Prevention of Nuclear war calls for a ceasefire and negotiations for a peaceful solution to the war in Ukraine. The Congress Declaration called for an end to post-colonial conflicts and policies providing health, true security, economic justice and environmental protection.

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06/07/2023 IPPNW Vice-President for Europe, Dr. Marianne Begemann, shares her impressions from the 23rd IPPNW World Congress, the first ever on the African continent. From the bike tour to the closing photo, she describes the atmosphere and the various events that took place in Mombasa, Kenya, at the "Travelers' Beach.

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20-22nd January, 2023

European IPPNW Meeting in Hamburg

How to prevent a nuclear war in Europe

From January 20-22, 2023, the European IPPNW Meeting will take place in Hamburg, Germany. Exciting speakers such as former Ambassador Alexander Kmentt, Tarja Cronberg (SIPRI), Linda Petz-Gunter of Beyond Nuclear, and Moritz Kütt ( Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy) are invited.
We will exchange ideas on how to prevent a nuclear war in Europe and to advance the nuclear ban in Europe, despite the Ukraine war. We will also discuss how we can deal with the situation at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, around which fighting from both sides continues unabated. We are offering workshops on skills sharing on media work, social media and political advocacy with experienced campaigners.

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27-29th April, 2023

IPPNW World Congress in Mombasa

Disarmament, Development and Health

IPPNW’s first African World Congress planning is now underway after years of delay due to the pandemic. The Congress will take place at the beautiful Travellers Beach Hotel & Club resort in Mombasa, Kenya, 27-29 April, 2023. Student and governance meetings (IC and BOD) will be on the 26th and 30th. The Congress will be an in-person and hybrid event with access to many sessions virtually. Program planning based on our prior agenda, associated social activities and tours, and planning for a pre-conference bike tour are also all in process.

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Sunday, 19th June in Vienna

Bike for a Healthy Future

06/19/2022 Join IPPNW Students and ICAN Campaigners as we celebrate the historic first Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and call on ALL nations to adhere to the Treaty! On 19 June at 3pm CEST, young people from around the world will join together to say NO to the current nuclear and climate architecture which threaten our future.

As the crisis in Eastern Europe continues to unfold, we invite you to join an emergency briefing on 19 February at 3pm GMT to examine the terrible human cost if diplomacy fails. Our distinguished panel of experts will explore topics related to conventional war, damage to nuclear power reactors, and escalation to nuclear weapons.

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Saturday, 15th January

IPPNW Virtual Student Meetings

01/15/2022 Join IPPNW Students’ upcoming virtual international student meeting. This event will feature leaders from our movement, student chapter sharing, and strategizing for the coming year.

Participation is open to any medical students or young doctors interested in joining, whether or not they are affiliated with an IPPNW Chapter. Contact Molly McGinty with any questions. We hope to see you soon!

Thursday 2nd December - Friday 3rd December

World Nuclear Survivors Forum 2021

The World Nuclear Survivors Forum 2021 will bring together nuclear survivors and impacted communities around the world to virtually meet, learn about each other’s situations and needs, and share various actions and initiatives.