Landmine Detection & Removal Technology Research Competition

Many of you have contributed to setting up Mines Action Canada’s Landmine Detection and Removal Technology Research Competition. An update on the competition is long overdue. In his last update (March 30 1998), Robin Collins advised you of a postponement. Preliminary outlines were due on 30 November 1998 and the final papers are due on … Read more Landmine Detection & Removal Technology Research Competition

Letter to the Indian Scientists Against Nuclear Weapons (ISANW)

Dear ISANW: We are writing on behalf of the Canadian organization “Science for Peace”, to welcome your organization “Indian Scientists Against Nuclear Weapons” in the world community of NGOs devoted to peace. Science for Peace started in 1981 with the primary purpose of working to prevent nuclear war, during the “Cold War” between U.S.A. and … Read more Letter to the Indian Scientists Against Nuclear Weapons (ISANW)

Letter from the President of Science for Peace to Douglas Roche

Dear Doug, I am writing to congratulate you on your appointment to the Senate of Canada. This must give you great satisf action as a parliamentarian, Member of Parliament (1972-84) and founding president of Parliamentarians for Global Action; chair of the United Nations Disarmament Committee (1988), Canadian Ambassador for Disarmament (1984-89), and current chair of … Read more Letter from the President of Science for Peace to Douglas Roche

Whose World Order? Conflicting Visions

A Science for Peace Roundtable Discussion – prompted by the Iraq bombing and a concern for what Canada’s role should be now that we are members of the UN Security Council – was held on Thursday, January 7, in the Croft Chapter House, University College, University of Toronto. The discussion was introduced by Anatol Rapoport, … Read more Whose World Order? Conflicting Visions

Toronto Community Roundtable with Doug Roche

__Tuesday September 15, 1998 Organized in Toronto by Science for Peace at the behest of Project Ploughshares.__ (Editors Note.On Sept. 29 Douglas Roche, on behalf of the Middle Powers Initiative, met with Prime Minister Jean Chretien and Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy to push for a global ban on nuclear weapons among other related issues. … Read more Toronto Community Roundtable with Doug Roche

Toronto Conference & Forum, March 10-11:

Science for Peace with the assistance of Voice of Women, is organizing a conference at the University of Toronto March 11th, 1999. Tentatively titled “World Peace: Today’s Dream can be Tomorrow’s Reality”, the conference will address the 4 strands of the Hague Appeal for Peace. The planning committee is approaching various university departments, campus and … Read more Toronto Conference & Forum, March 10-11:

Hague Appeal for Peace – Canada

Science for Peace is affiliated with the International Peace Bureau, which is one of the four international networks of NGOs that are cosponsoring the Hague Appeal for Peace (HAP) 1999, a major end-of century campaign and conference dedicated to the de-legitimization of war and the creation of a culture of peace. The conference will be … Read more Hague Appeal for Peace – Canada

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