Annual General Meeting, 1995

The meeting was held on Saturday, May 16 at Trinity College Toronto. Kelly Gotlieb gave a talk: “The ethics pot is boiling over”. Discussion followed. Various reports were submitted and accepted. Following the submission of the Nominating committee report (Janis Alton), Board members for 1995-1997 were accepted. Reports were submitted by the following Working Groups: … Read more Annual General Meeting, 1995

Working Groups Of Science For Peace

Science and Ethics: Kelly Gotlieb ccg@csri.utoronto.ca Eric Fawcett fawcett@physics.utoronto.ca United Nations Reform: Hanna Newcombe FAX: 905-628-1830 Walter Dorn wdorn@chem.utoronto.ca Nuclear Weapons Abolition: Alan Phillips phillips@web.apc.org Shirley Farlinger Tel. 416-923-9061 Landmine Abolition: Margaret Back mback@acadvml.uottawa.ca Tom Davis tdavis@trentu.ca Chemical & Biological Warfare Prevention: Peter Nicholls pnicholl@spartan.ac.brocku.ca Walter Dorn wdorn@chem.utoronto.ca Alternative Futures: John Valleau jvalleau@chem.utoronto.ca Metta Spencer … Read more Working Groups Of Science For Peace

Nobel Peace Prize 1995 — Joseph Rotblat and the Pugwash Movement

Science for Peace organized a celebratory symposium to honour the recipients of the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize, namely Joseph Rotblat and the Pugwash Movement. The symposium was entitled “Celebrating Pugwash and Looking Ahead”. It was held on November 2, 1995 at 4 PM in the Earth Sciences Auditorium on the University of Toronto Campus. The … Read more Nobel Peace Prize 1995 — Joseph Rotblat and the Pugwash Movement

Genesis of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Project

On the night of Pearl Harbour my father was re-circumcised by the wind- shield of a Wellington bomber. His crew was sent out on a practice run around southern England. He was thrown out onto the snow of Lord Noughfields’s golf course just outside Oxford. It was cold and visibility poor, so he had been … Read more Genesis of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Project

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Fifty Years of Deceit and Self-deception

This Exhibition of Science for Peace protests fifty years of duplicity by the Allied governments over the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The exhibition is of special interest to students, scientists, engineers and historians, and comprises: Near-life-size models of Little Boy and Fat Man, the grotesquely named bombs that destroyed … Read more Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Fifty Years of Deceit and Self-deception

The Mines Action Coalition

The Mines Action Coalition,(or Committee), was formed in late 1994 with the general purpose of initiating activities to raise the Canadian public’s awareness of the tragic consequences of the use of anti- personnel landmines in conflicts throughout the world. Four areas of action have been targeted. The Mines Action Coalition: Urges the Canadian Government to … Read more The Mines Action Coalition

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