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Is it finally time for us to talk about nukes?

Is it finally time for us to talk about nukes? Carine Bambara has been an Ambassador for WMD Awareness for 2 years and her previous writing on Trident has been published on Huffington Post. Here she outlines her thoughts on Jeremy Corbyn and has some suggestions for the current government. After the election of Jeremy […]

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Nuke Film Fest to hit the UK in March

Thanks to all the generous donations we received during our crowd funding campaign we are now happy to announce that the UK’s first Nuke Film Fest will take place in March 2016. Nuke Film Fest? We want to raise awareness and promote debate about Britain’s nuclear arsenal and next year the government is scheduled to […]

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WMD Awareness have just launched a crowd funding page to raise £3000 for a nuclear weapon themed film festival, click here to for more information. Over the last 2 years, we have been working with a passionate team of young volunteers, our WMD Awareness Ambassadors and now they are taking on their biggest challenge yet, […]

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Start Words Not Wars

On Thursday 10th September, we filled our East London venue for the first ever Start Words Not War, a thought provoking evening of spoken word, poetry, rap and folk organised by our team of young Ambassadors. We invited performers to come and share their work and contribute to a night themed around getting people to […]

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Jon Snow asks: What happened to Trident?

Our thanks to Jon Snow for giving this year’s Joseph Rotblat Memorial Lecture at the Hay Festival. This is a short overview of Jon’s remarks, compiled by WMD Awareness Coordinator Carol Naughton. Jon described the atmosphere and the excitement of witnessing history in the making as Reagan and Gorbachev worked out the way forward to […]

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McNeilly report: does Trident defend us or put us at more risk?

By now you should have read about whistleblower William McNeilly who has revealed extensive security concerns on the Trident nuclear submarines where he worked, ranging from “food hygiene and a flooded toilet” to describing the “complete lack of security, floods, and a blazing inferno in the Missile Compartment” in a damning report titled The Nuclear […]

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Where do YOUR leaders stand on Trident?

With the General Election fast approaching I have been calling on PPCs everywhere to listen to young people’s views on Britain’s nuclear weapons. It has been reported that many hold differing views to their main party-line, so I thought I’d have a chat with the candidates standing in my area – Erith and Thamesmead – to see what […]

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Young people and politics: how I found my voice

With the UK General Election a few days away the nation has descended into a political fervor pitch with debates – or are they squabbles? – being televised by including all of the major parties. Analysts and experts have had their say on the matter, with many interpreting a said policy from a said particular […]

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Is this the year for action at the NPT?

While government’s are coming together to talk at the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), happening right now in New York. We take a look at what young people in the UK and India think about nuclear weapons and our intern Holly Lubran shares her thoughts. Governments from all over the world are now gathering in New York […]

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