Science for Peace is deeply concerned about the egregious violations of Dr. Hassan Diab’s rights under the Canadian and French justice systems: the suspension of his habeas corpus rights, his right to a fair trial if charges are pressed, and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
Members of Canada’s university community are increasingly alarmed by governments’ inattention and inaction with regard to climate change. It is more than time to face the ominous facts. The scientific consensus is clear. The human-caused injection of fossil carbon into the atmosphere is increasing greenhouse gas concentration at a geologically unprecedented rate, unabated by recent … Read more Open Letter to Members of the 41st Parliament Demanding Urgent Action on Climate Change
This effort was initiated by members of Science for Peace out of deep concern about the federal government’s obstruction of action on climate change, both domestically and internationally. The letter was signed by over 550 Canadian Faculty members, whose names are listed here . See also the letter in French and a press release by … Read more Open Letter on Climate Change
adressée à L’Honorable Stephen Harper, à Mmes et MM. les ministres du gouvernement canadien, et aux chefs des partis d’opposition. Nous soussignés, professeurs aux universités du Canada, faisons appel au premier ministre, à tous les autres ministres du gouvernement du Canada ainsi qu’aux chefs des partis d’opposition, les priant instamment de prendre en mains de … Read more Lettre ouverte
In November 1991, following on from discussions at an international symposium on academic freedom, six academic institutions and Science for Peace co-organized a meeting on codes of ethics.