nuclear disarmament

“Know Nukes” Panel Discussion in Cambridge

March 29, 2018 // 0 Comments

On Saturday, March 10, the Ikeda Center’s program coordinator, Lillian I, participated in Massachusetts Peace Action (MAPA) Next Gen’s first event, “Know Nukes.” Lillian (left) joined a panel alongside Max Tegmark (right) from the Future of Life Institute and Michelle Cunha (center) of MAPA to …

Rally for Peace in Korea

March 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

Finally, a chance for peace in Korea! Support the peace process initiated by South and North Korea during the Olympic Truce. Support President Trump’s decision to negotiate with North Korea Join the Rally for Peace in Korea Thursday, March 15,  4:30pm South Station, Boston During …

17th Annual Walk for a New Spring

March 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

This is our 17th year of walking from winter to spring.     The walk begins March 16th  in Leverett, MA at the Peace Pagoda.  We will spend two weeks visiting communities in Massachusetts, one week moving by foot/car to Washington, DC, the last week in DC and returning …

A Report from Susi Snyder Author, Don’t Bank on the Bomb Report Susi Snyder has coordinated the research, publication and campaigning activities surrounding the annually updated Don’t Bank on the Bomb report since 2013. She is is the Nuclear Disarmament Programme Manager for Pax in …

Annual Meeting Workshops

February 27, 2018 // 0 Comments

The following workshops will be run during our Annual Meeting on March 17th; each has been designed by one of our working groups in an attempt to empower members to take action for peace in 2018.      Resisting the Trillion Taxpayers Dollar Nuclear Weapons …

On Saturday, over 200 of us assembled at Harvard to hear an extraordinary array of experts dissect the doctrine of Presidential First Use of US nuclear weapons — and to develop strategies to undo it. Harvard Prof. Elaine Scarry opened the conference by reviewing the disaster that awaits the …

Peacemaking in Perilous Times

September 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

An evening panel on making peace at every level – international, national, and local. Given the current world situation, there is a greater need than ever for creative diplomacy and viable alternatives for peace. Wars abound abroad, and the refugee crisis continues. Here in the …

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