CNANW

The Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons | Le Réseau canadien pour l’abolition des armes nucléaires

Contact/Support/Donate to CNANW

Donations to CNANW

Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW) is a project of the Canadian Pugwash Group (CPG) under a 2019 agreement that seeks to benefit from the mutual exchange of expertise amongst the two groups.

To make an on-line Canada Helps donation, select CNANW as the Fund choice within CPG: here

For the mail-in option, send your cheque or money order to:

CNANW
c/o Canadian Pugwash Group
56 Douglas Drive, Toronto ON
Canada M4W 2B3

A charitable tax receipt will be sent to you. Make the cheque/money order out to Canadian Pugwash Group (with detail showing this is for CNANW.)

Get in touch by email:
network.cnanw[at]gmail.com
To contact: member groups

Keep up to date on nuclear weapons news:

CNANW on Facebook
CNANW on Twitter: @CNANW1
CNANW on listserv:
To subscribe to the full version of “abolition”, send an email message to majordomo@watserv1.uwaterloo.ca with subscribe abolition as the content of your message. By sending unsubscribe abolition you can exit the list at any time.

Listserv

CNANW has two lists you can subscribe to: a full version which forwards to your email address all nuclear abolition messages submitted, and a “lite” version which circulates a reduced volume of email.

To subscribe to the full version of “abolition”, send an email message to majordomo@watserv1.uwaterloo.ca with <subscribe abolition> (no brackets) as the content of your message.

By sending <unsubscribe abolition> you can get off the list at any time.

For abolitionlite, send the message <subscribe abolitionlite> to:
majordomo@clifford.uwaterloo.ca.

By sending <unsubscribe abolitionlite> you can get off the list at any time.

CNANW Member Groups

The Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW) was established in 1996 by representatives of national organizations that share the conviction that nuclear weapons are immoral and should be abolished. We believe that Canada should lead in working for their early abolition. CNANW’s seventeen member organizations include faith communities, professional groups, peace and women’s organizations — all of whom work in various ways for nuclear abolition. We endorse the following statement:

“We believe that the use and threat of use of nuclear weapons are abhorrent and morally wrong. We call on the Government of Canada to work urgently with other nations to conclude a Convention which will set out a binding timetable for the abolition of all nuclear weapons in the world.”

CNANW and its members work to educate the public, and conduct seminars, consultations and meetings with the public, officials and politicians in Canada and abroad. All this work is with the purpose of advancing the cause of nuclear disarmament and moving the world toward abolition of nuclear weapons.

Steering Committee Members:

Dr. Jonathan Down (Chairperson)
Robin Collins

Dr. Nancy Covington
Beverley Delong
Dr. Richard Denton
Dr.
John Guilfoyle
Cesar Jaramillo
Dr. Arnd Jurgensen
Dr. Sylvie Lemieux

Dr. Erika Simpson

Member Groups

Emeritus Member:

  • Veterans Against Nuclear Arms (VANA): There is a VANA Memorial posted on the Toronto Hiroshima/Nagasaki Day website that gives an extensive history and video and archival links explaining the founding, aims and work of the organization

Endorsing Groups:

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