Letter from SFP President to US President

16 June 1993 Dear President Clinton, The Non-Proliferation Treaty, the Comprehensive Test Ban, and the current moratorium on testing nuclear weapons. A letter on the above subjects dated June 8, 1993 and signed by Peter Brogden (Chair, Toronto Chapter of Science for Peace), M. Leith (Chair CTB Committee of CPPNW), John C. Polanyi (Nobel Laureate, … Read more Letter from SFP President to US President

Science for Peace Joins WEB

Science for Peace has subscribed to WEB, a global communications network serving the needs of the environmental, peace, international development, social justice and social services communities. WEB is menu driven, simple to use and provides many features. Its most useful service is network conferences. One can join written conversations with other users on a variety … Read more Science for Peace Joins WEB

How you can help the independent feminist/peace movement in former Yugoslavia:

ACT for Disarmament’s Women’s Collective and Voice of Women are collecting resource materials on rape counselling, trauma counselling, feminist therapy, etc. for women’s groups in Zagreb, Belgrade, and Prishtine. If you can donate resource materials, please mail to ACT, 736 Bathurst Street, Toronto, M5S 2R4. If you don’t have resource materials to donate, you can … Read more How you can help the independent feminist/peace movement in former Yugoslavia:

Resources on former Yugoslavia

Andrew Pakula has sent the SfP office documents on computer disk about the war in former Yugoslavia by activists, journalists, and other citizens from the former Yugoslavia and elsewhere. The documents provide a glimpse into the horrors of the war and to promote understanding and peaceful resolution. Analyses and commentary pieces were selected to represent … Read more Resources on former Yugoslavia

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