New Books from Science for Peace/Samuel Stevens

September 1992 Unarmed Forces: Nonviolent Action in Central America and the Middle East, edited by Graeme MacQueen, 129pp. “ .. the theme of this book is that injustice is a form of violence that injures and kills more people than die or are wounded in formal military warfare. It includes some of the best chapters … Read more New Books from Science for Peace/Samuel Stevens

Psychologists' Petition Against Preparation tor War

This petition has been endorsed by Albert Ellis, Naom Chomsky, and Anatol Rapaport and is sponsored by Science for Peace. It concludes as follows: We, the undersigned psychologists, petition our regional, national and international professional associations to renounce weapons development and ergonomics, psychological and psycho-pharmaceutical warfare, and all research projects and funding intended to enhance … Read more Psychologists' Petition Against Preparation tor War

Local Action for Global Change in the 90s

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War North (IPPNW) American Regional Student Conference, February 10 -14, 1993, 519 Church Street Community Centre, Toronto Anybody with an interest in the environment / development / disarmanent triad is invited — with a particular appeal to North American health care and development students. Three full days are … Read more Local Action for Global Change in the 90s

In Memoriam: Petra K. Kelly (1948-92)

When we attempt to get rld of such things as racism or sexism or poverty, we must also look at their structural underpinning — a system of deeply rooted patriarchy which ls prevalent ln all countries, whether capitalist or state socialist societies; Patriarchy is a hierarchical system of dom1natlon, suppressive to women and restrictive to … Read more In Memoriam: Petra K. Kelly (1948-92)

Update on the International Peace Bureau

Science for Peace became a member of the International Peace Bureau in 1991 when IPB’s annual conference was held in Toronto. At its 1992 General Assembly, held 29-30 August in Helsinki, IPB elected as its president Maj-Britt Theorin, a parliamentarian who has been Sweden’s Ambassador for Disarmament to the United Nations. In Toronto recently for … Read more Update on the International Peace Bureau

Science for Peace and INES

Science for Peace became a Member Organization of the International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES) in the Spring of 1992. It was decided that instead of making a financial contribution as an organization, Science for Peace. would encourage its individual members to make an annual personal donation to INES. Financial Donations … Read more Science for Peace and INES

International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility

Rapid changes in the environment and our society have forced us to become more conscious of our role in the world. Science and technology are instruments in the worldwide competition for military and economic power. We have entered a phase in which global developments may conflict with the basic requirements for human survival. The end … Read more International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility

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