Author Archives: Flavia Tudoreanu
The 8th day of the ban treaty negotiations gave rise to particular excitement as our Scottish team had the opportunity to organise our very own side event ‘Scotland can disarm the UK’! But first, our daily campaigner’s briefing got the … Continue reading
The ICAN morning briefing reported that yesterday’s civil society input was well received. The states have to present their credentials to the secretariat to go on record as participating, and already 65 states have done so, with a further 40 … Continue reading
Christian groups gather regularly at Faslane to oppose Nuclear Weapons. In this Justice and Peace Scotland film faith leaders, including Archbishop Tartaglia, Bishop Nolan, Rev McLachlan and Rev Mumford, speak about the reasons for their opposition and their hopes for the coming Global Ban in achieving peace.
Patrick Harvie MSP gives his support to the Nuclear Ban treaty negotiations in New York and their relevance to us in Scotland.
Day 6 began with our usual morning ICAN briefing, where we were presented with the exciting news that 125 Governments have participated in the negotiations so far- a very promising figure. It was agreed that in the negotiations of Articles … Continue reading
Monday morning was anything but dull at the United Nations in New York as we started the week with an action packed programme. We were definitely glad to have a team presence so that we could split up and participate … Continue reading
On Sunday, our delegation split to attend two meeting. Flavia attended the ICAN campaigners meeting and the rest of the team went to “One struggle, many fronts: No nukes, no walls, no warming” side event. Reports of those are given … Continue reading
Saturday was extremely busy in Scotland as Solidarity Gatherings took place on Arran; and in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Kilmarnock to support the Women’s March to Ban the Bomb in New York. There was singing, speeches, poetry and reading from the … Continue reading
Ronnie Cowan believes we must abolish nuclear weapons and the UK government should be leading that from the front – he knows better than most, he is MP for Inverclyde.