Education

The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation offers educational resources to help people better understand the issues of peace and the abolition of nuclear weapons. We believe that education is the first step in making change. Our educational resources aim to empower concerned individuals with the knowledge that they need to make a positive difference in the world.

 

paul_chappell“When people in a democracy are not educated in the art of living – to strengthen their conscience, compassion, and ability to question and think critically – they can be easily manipulated by fear and propaganda. A democracy is only as wise as its citizens, and a democracy of ignorant citizens can be as dangerous as a dictatorship.”– Paul K. Chappell, NAPF Peace Leadership Director. For more information on the Peace Leadership Program, click here.
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Sunflower e-newsletter

The Sunflower is a monthly e-newsletter resource providing news, information and analysis on nuclear and international security issues. Click here to subscribe and read past issues.

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Nuclear Files

The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation operates the Nuclear Files website, which provides a historical overview of the entire Nuclear Age.

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Videos

NAPF has produced numerous videos on nuclear disarmament and peace, ranging from short animated videos to videos of lectures by experts.

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Article Archive

Click here to browse our archive of hundreds of op-eds and informational articles on the key issues that NAPF addresses.

NAPF Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau

The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is proud to offer a Speakers Bureau for groups interested in learning more about the abolition of nuclear weapons, peace and security, missile defense, international law, peace education and more.

NAPF Publications

Publications

The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation has published many books, briefing booklets and reports on a broad range of topics.

NAPF Video Contest

Contests

The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation holds an annual video contest (deadline April 1) and poetry contest (deadline July 1). Click here for more information.