Working group formation

What is a Science for Peace working group? It may be large or small, but at least three of its members (including its chair) must be Science for Peace members. It should meet at least once every two months and be open to visitors and students. During each academic year we expect the working group to organize two lectures for our series of 24 weekly lectures held at University College . It should submit a report to each Science for Peace annual general meeting, and is allocated a modest budget for its projects. All of the group’s public commitments require the approval of Science for Peace’s executive committee. Less than ten percent of the group’s funds can be spent on political advocacy. Apart from these restrictions, the nature of a working group’s activities depends entirely on the particular interests of its members.

Current Science for Peace Working Groups and convenors

Click convenor/contact names for email address (revised 2017-07-29)

Climate Change Education
Cold War II?
Community Sustainability
Cyber Security ;
Drones [meets by Skype]
Freedom for Research
Good Global Governance
Middle East
Nonviolence ;
Nuclear Weapons ;
Ocean frontiers ;

To improve communication between Science for Peace members, we ask that you fill in our membership directory form: . Only other members with passwords will have access to this information, and anyone may opt to restrict access only to the SfP office for its organizational use.

The Science for Peace Coordinator is available to help working groups operate. Please contact them at if you need help with working group activities.

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