2015 has been a strong and eventful year for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.
- Supported the Marshall Islands (and their legal team) in their courageous lawsuits against the nine nuclear-armed countries;
- Supported the nuclear agreement with Iran;
- Encouraged President Obama to fulfill the Prague Promise for a world free of nuclear weapons that he initiated in 2009;
- Opposed the planned $1 trillion expenditure on the “modernization” of the U.S. nuclear arsenal;
- Reached more than 5,000 people through our Peace Leadership Program;
- Expanded our membership to 75,000 people;
- Reached more than 1,000,000 people through our social media outreach (find us on Facebook and Twitter);
- Hosted anti-nuclear activist Dr. Helen Caldicott for the 2015 Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future;
- Played an active role at the ninth Review Conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty;
- Participated in activities marking the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings;
- Honored Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow with our 2015 Distinguished Peace Leadership Award;
- Helped to organize an International Youth Summit on Nuclear Weapons Abolition in Hiroshima;
- Been a steady voice for Nuclear Zero;
- Played an influential role in the lives of 12 college interns who will carry with them into the world the spirit of peace and justice;
- and much more.
With your help we can make 2016 an even stronger and more eventful year. We have a great team in place for 2016. Please be a part of that team, working for peace and a world free of nuclear weapons. Stand up! Speak out! Join in!
Together we can build a more peaceful world and end the nuclear weapons threat to all humanity.