Day to day research, information dissemination and public outreach of Science for Peace occurs through its Working Groups and through specific Projects. Groups have studied a large range of issues including nuclear abolition, human rights, genetic engineering, academic ethics, peace education, environmental, and economic issues.
On this website, working groups are now now found on a separate page, where each group presents a description of its own work.
New members are encouraged to participate in these Working Groups in order to contribute to research or preparation of reports and events, as well as to learn about specific areas of interest.
University of Toronto campus group
Science for Peace also has a presence on campus at the University of Toronto. Students and others who work at U of T are welcome to join. More details, and an application form, are available at the campus group page on this site.
Other regular activities: projects, lectures, and research activities
This free weekly public lecture series covers a wide variety of topics that affect human security. Full details of upcoming lectures can be found in the events listings on the homepage of our website. Read more »
One-off events: conferences, forums, and seminars
See the Events pages for details of past and current Science for Peace events.