Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp
The virtual home of Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp and Campaign. It is where you will find us when we are not hanging out around the fire at camp ... plotting the end of nuclear weapons, patriarchy, war...etc. Established in 1985, the camp remains a symbol of resistance to nuclear madness - and British-manufactured weapons of mass destruction in particular.
Campaign Against Depleted Uranium
The Campaign Against Depleted Uranium (CADU) was launched in 1999 to focus specifically on trying to achieve a global ban on the manufacture, testing, and use of depleted uranium weapons.
We also have a strong interest in identifying the extent of its civilian use and achieving as much limitation of this as possible.
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament UK
CND campaigns non-violently to rid the world of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction and to create genuine security for future generations.
CND opposes all nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction: their development, manufacture, testing, deployment and use or threatened use by any country.
Chernobyl Children's Project
Chernobyl Children’s Project (UK) was launched in Manchester in 1995; we have around 20 local groups across the UK. Every summer we provide month long recuperative holidays in the UK for about 250 children from Belarus. For children who cannot come to the UK, we organise a holiday camp in a clean part of Belarus in August.
Eastern Region CND
Eastern Region CND is part of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the East of England. It covers, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Hertfordshire and Essex. The region is home to many active groups campaigning on nuclear disarmament and peace issues
Faslane Peace Camp
Since 1982 Faslane Peace Camp has been occupied by an ever expanding group of multinational Peace activists...intent on disrupting any attempts to make nuclear war.
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Launched in 2007, ICAN is a new campaign initiated by the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW). They have joined with mayors, civil society groups, non-government organisations, churches and citizens to demand an end to nuclear weapons through a Nuclear Weapons Convention which will make nuclear weapons illegal, banning their development, possession, use and threat of use.
International Coalition to Ban Uranium weapons
The International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons is a global coalition of more than 96 members in 25 countries. It campaigns for a ban on the use, transport, manufacture, sale and export of all conventional weapon systems containing uranium. It also seeks compensation for communities affected by the use of uranium weapons and the environmental remediation of such sites.
Nuclear Information Service
NIS is a not-for-profit, independent information service, which works to promote public awareness and foster debate on nuclear disarmament and related safety and environmental issues.
NukeWatch monitor and track the movement of British WMD’s from Aldermaston in Berkshire to Coulport on the West coast of Scotland.
It is a network of individuals who campaign against the convoys mainly because they are part of a system of weapons of mass destruction, but also because we believe that communities potentially affected by the convoys should be aware of their existence and the risks they pose.