ICAN Australia has revealed that the government’s Future Fund invests in foreign nuclear weapons companies.
On the 65th anniversaries of the US atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ICAN launched an urgent appeal to leaders to ban nuclear weapons.
At the Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference in New York, ICAN campaigners urged their governments to support a global ban on nuclear weapons.
In June 2010, ICAN held its first global day of action for a ban on nuclear weapons. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sent us this message of support.
This short animation from ICAN in the United Kingdom highlights the uselessness of nuclear weapons in addressing any of today’s real security challenges.
Which countries have nuclear weapons? How many? What risk do they pose to our future? This introductory video highlights the continuing nuclear threat.