Reflecting on the Entry into Force of the TPNW, one year later

The 22nd of January 2022 marks one year since the entry into force for the TPNW. Alongside the events planned to commemorate the occasion, this anniversary presents an opportunity to look back on the different ways in which Scottish partner organisations celebrated the entry into force last year. CNDWhilst numerous Continue Reading

Banniversary Events

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 11.00amDebate in Scottish Parliament on the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear WeaponsMotion submitted by: Bill Kidd, Glasgow Continue Reading

Scotland’s Anti-Nuclear Allies in Europe

It was announced on November 24th that Germany will be participating as an observer in the First Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. As one of five countries used by the US to site their nuclear arsenal, the fact that Germany is resisting Continue Reading

As campaigners call out the UK for its contempt for international law the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons goes from strength to strength.

Following the Westminster government’s announcement that it is increasing the cap on the number of nuclear warheads, CND is reporting the UK to the United Nations for breaking international law.. as confirmed by a specially commissioned legal opinion. We Scots must get behind this move by signing CND’s petition. The Continue Reading

Faslane Nuke Base Blockaded

This morning, 30th April, three women members of Extinction Rebellion Scotland have blockaded the main entrance to Faslane naval base, home to the UK’s nuclear weapon submarines, with three garden planters carrying the legend SAFE GREEN FUTURE. XR Scotland said: Nuclear weapons are an existential threat to the entire world. Continue Reading