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Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Working to abolish the weapons of war before they abolish us. Bairns not Bombs.
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We cannot achieve climate justice without understanding - and putting an end to - the climate costs of nuclear weapons.
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Scottish CND's Annual General Meeting is open to all members and supporters.
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Book your ticket to get to the Faslane Die-in for Peace and Justice on the 26th of Sep. Pick up/drop off: Edinburgh & Glasgow.
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Tickets Cost £10.00
Join members and supporters from across Scottish CND to help shape our priorities and campaign plans for the year ahead!
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The arrival of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), which entered into force in January this year, gives huge additional support and encouragement to the Scottish aspiration to rid the land of the UK’s barbaric weapons of mass destruction. The Treaty’s Articles 1 and 4 are unequivocal:Article 1. g) Each State Party undertakes never under any circumstances allow any...
{jcomments off}Scottish CND invites you to take part in our Poetry Against the Bomb competition, from Monday 16 August until Sunday 19 September.Following a moving commemoration of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (watch it again here), which demonstrated the power of poetry and reflection to give voice to grief, to inspire action, and to bring us face to face with the true human cost of...
{jcomments off}On 6 August 1945, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Three days later, on 9 August 1945, the city of Nagasaki was also bombed. Hundreds of thousands of people died. Among those who survived, many live with illness and disability, and with the burden of tremendous loss.The terrible human cost of these atrocities is still felt today,...
{jcomments off}Make Scotland's Voice Heard at the UNThe Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament is calling on supporters to sign the petition, led by CND UK, to report the UK Government to the United Nations for its flagrant breach of international law.The UK Government's recent decision to increase its stockpile of nuclear weapons is at stark odds with the will of the Scottish people. The...
Conflict is Climate Catastrophe. Die-in on Sun 26 September at 3pm to protest the UK's nuclear weapons & massive military carbon footprint.
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{jcomments off}On 6 August 1945, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Three days later, on 9 August 1945, the city of Nagasaki was also bombed. Hundreds of thousands of people died. Among those who survived, many live with illness and disability, and with the burden of tremendous loss.The terrible human cost of these atrocities is still felt today,...
Join us this evening in remembrance and solidarity with the victims and survivors of the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Please help Glasgow CND to make this happen. Every little donation is appreciated.From Faslane to Four Mile: The Nuclear Crisis - An interactive event drawing together campaigners from the UK and Australia to discuss the impact of nuclear industries on people and the planet.Read the full description & donate here. 
SCND is looking to undertake a series of discussions to better understand members & supporters and work on how to improve their experience.
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July 7, 2021, marks four years since the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons was first adopted by the global community.
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SCND is looking to undertake a series of discussions to better understand members & supporters and work on how to improve their experience.
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SCND is looking to undertake a series of discussions to better understand members & supporters and work on how to improve their experience.
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 Today the Nobel Peace Prize winning International Campaign Report for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) published its report: “Why NATO members should join the UN nuclear weapon ban”.Scottish CND warmly welcomes this new, thorough and comprehensive report which makes a wholly compelling case for NATO member states to engage with the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons...
 Scottish CND has reacted strongly to renewed suggestions that “Devo Max” is the way forward for Scotland. In recent days Kenny MacAskill and Iain McWhirter, among others, have touted the idea that Scotland should go for a quasi home-rule option that would mean the devolution of all powers except for defence and foreign policy.Scottish CND Chair Lynn Jamieson said:“The simple fact is that...
On the same date as the NATO Summit please join us to hear about Netherland’s anti-nukes movement and the fabulous results of their work.
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 Opinion by David Mackenzie, Scottish CNDThere seems no limit to human folly. As the UK’s latest aircraft carrier set off to sail the crowed reaches of the South China Sea, the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, opined that the warship would “operate in a "non-confrontational" fashion.  The UK carrier strike group consists of The Queen Elizabeth with 18 fighter planes, with six other...
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