To celebrate the first anniversary of the Entry Into Force for the TPNW, the following events are being hosted/organised by Scottish CND from January 20th – 24th 2022.

Thursday 20th January Following PMQs at 11.00am
Debate in Scottish Parliament on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Motion submitted by: Bill Kidd, Glasgow Anniesland Scottish National Party
The debate on 20th January can be viewed here
Please watch this debate online and put your comments about it onthe Scottish Parliament’s  Facebook and Twitter, the Scottish Government Facebook and Twitter, or Nicola Sturgeon’s Facebook and Twitter

Thursday 20th January 3.00pm
Doomsday Clock Reset Announcement 
The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
The announcement can be viewed here

Friday 21st January 3.00pm
Launch of Acronym Report by Dr Rebecca Johnson, ‘What does the TPNW mean for Britain?’
Westminster CND APPG
The launch can be viewed here

Saturday 22nd January 11.00am – 1.00pm
Faslane Naval Base, North Gate
Demo – Faslane Peace Camp
More details from Willemein Hoogendoorn on 07949 919 343
Faslane Peace Camp

Saturday 22nd January 1.00pm Buchanan St
The Glasgow Scottish CND Branch will meet at the top of Buchanan St. There will be posters, placards, Scottish CND songs, one of their well-recognised puppets and a talk about the Treaty.
Scottish CND Glasgow

Saturday 22nd January
2.00pm – 4.00pm Online
The North East Scottish CND Branch is celebrating this historic step forward with an online event which will be compered by Emma Watson and Jonathan Russell. Please join our meeting using this zoom link
Scottish CND North East

Sunday 23rd January 11.00am – 12.00pm
Faslane Naval Base, North Gate
Demo – Faslane Peace Camp
More details from Willemein Hoogendoorn on 07949 919 343
Faslane Peace Camp

Monday 24th January 5:30pm
‘What Does the TPNW Mean for Scotland?’
Q&A Webinar Dr Rebecca Johnson Executive Director Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy 
You can book tickets for this event here

If you do choose to engage with any of these events, share your participation on social media with the hashtags #nuclearban #TPNW. Any questions about these events, or any photos taken can be directed to scnd@banthebomb.org