The Global Issues Project of Science for Peace obtained its seed funding in November 2005. Its objective was to create strategies to deal with crucial global issues. Initially we decided … Read more The Work of the Global Issues Project and the Wasan Action Framework
This last issue of The Bulletin for 2007 finds Canadians still engaged in a colonial war in Afghanistan and support of the illegal occupation of Iraq. While the redirection of … Read more A Note from the Science for Peace President
It is difficult and yet essential to understand extreme violence that leads to death or crippling. The attribution of extreme violence only to criminals or to particular ethnic/racial groups is … Read more Findings on Extreme Violence
In a world addicted to war, with ubiquitous violence, soaring military expenditures, vast material resources and scientific brains sucked into the war machine, and warring madness in the media, how … Read more Where does peace begin?
The definition of a Culture of Peace in Table 1 was developed by the United Nations. Table 1 Culture of Peace Culture of War Transforming values, attitudes and behaviours based … Read more Culture of Peace-Culture of War
We know the essential facts about the world’s looming dangers – global warming, the ongoing possibility of an accidental nuclear war, the destruction of species habitats, and all the rest. … Read more Wanted: Writers Who Will Work for Change
Declaration and Recommendations of the Interdisciplinary Round Table on Climate Change and Energy Strategies 13-15 Sept. 2007, Wasan Island, Muskoka Lakes, Ontario, Canada, Sponsored by Science for Peace, David Suzuki … Read more The Wasan Action Framework