News from The Markland Group

(Editor’s Note: Science for Peace takes an interest in the activities of The Markland Group, which describes itself as “a citizen organization for the protection and strengthening of arms control treaties”. The President and founder of The Markland Group is Science for Peace member Douglas Scott who was instrumental in organizing the debate on nuclear … Read more News from The Markland Group

1987-88 Annual General Meeting

The seventh Annual General Meeting took place in the Combination Room of Trinity College, University of Toronto, on Saturday afternoon 7 May 1988. The meeting opened with the President’s report which is reproduced above. The Executive Vice-President, John Dove, stated his belief that the past year will prove to have been a turning point in … Read more 1987-88 Annual General Meeting

Report from the Publications Director

The first in the series of small books “Occasional Papers of Science for Peace” will soon be available from the Science for Peace office in University College and from some Chapters: Anatol Rapoport, The Study of Conflict, 1 July 1988, $2; John McMurtry, Understanding War, 15 August 1988, estimated $5; Franklyn Griffiths, The Arctic as … Read more Report from the Publications Director

President Ignatieff's Report To The Annual Meeting Of May 7

My two-year period as President of Science for Peace has been a time of transition in our internal organization, and also a period of development of new thinking about security in the nuclear age, especially as it affects East-West relations. On the domestic scene, we have transformed from an organization primarily based in Toronto to … Read more President Ignatieff's Report To The Annual Meeting Of May 7

Letter From The President Of Science For Peace

The nineteen eighties has been a decade of rededication to the pursuit of peace. Provoked by the belligerent rhetoric of a group of ‘true believers’, who preached what had been the practice for most of the years since 1947, the people of the world have reacted against the threat of Armageddon and responded with their … Read more Letter From The President Of Science For Peace

New National Executive

At a meeting of the Board of Directors of Science for Peace in Trinity College, University of Toronto, on Saturday May 7, 1988, the following members, all from British Columbia, were elected as the National Executive: President: Anthony Arrott Executive Vice-President: George Spiegelman Secretary: Vera Webb Treasurer: James Foulks The following additional officers of Science … Read more New National Executive

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