Organized by Science for Peace and co-sponsored by the Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security (CLIPS). Over 80 participants engaged in three days of discussions at the Novotel Hotel in Toronto, between October 26 and October 29, 1988. The report is from a special issue of the Bulletin.
The concept of the International Peace Week of Scientists was originated by Hendrik Bramhoff, a 32 year old West German mathematician at the University of Hamburg. Bramhoff personally organized and … Read more Third International Peace Week Of Scientists November 7-14
Coming so quickly after the loss of Hans Zimmermann, the fledgling Quebec chapter suffered last July a further grievous blow with the sudden and dreadfully pre-mature death of David Horwood. … Read more In Memoriam: David Horwood
The International Conference on Arctic Cooperation, sponsored jointly by Science for Peace and the Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security (CIIPS), will be held in the Novetel Hotel in … Read more International Conference On Arctic Cooperation
The military from a large number of countries funds a significant body of research which appears to have little direct bearing on weapons production or development. For example, after WWII … Read more The Problem Of Military Funding Of Non Military Research
To mark the second anniversary of the kidnapping of the Israeli nuclear technician Mordechai Vanunu — and the danger posed by the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the Middle East … Read more Nuclear Weapons And Human Rights
Science for Peace is a small organization in a country without nuclear weapons trying to influence the odds for passing on to future generations the gift of life. Science for … Read more Adrenaline For Peace