Action for disarmament

10 Things you can do!

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This illustrated, educational and thought-provoking book calls on the world's young people to actively mobilise and promote disarmament in 10 practical ways. It focuses on the risks posed by nuclear arms and small weapons. This book is a tool for young people to get involved in mobilising the public at large to participate in developing new strategies to reduce the threats posed by weapons. It will help young people to raise awareness of why disarmament is important for the future of all humankind as well as their own lives. It is recommended as a resource for teenagers and their parents, young adults, as well as high school and university professors, civil society and community leaders.

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Action 2: Start a club

One way to initiate studying and discussing disarmament and non-proliferation is to start a school club, an after-school programme, or even host a youth conference. Such discussions will spark the interest of participants and encourage them to read related material to better familiarize themselves with the topics. Creating forums for discussion allows for healthy exchanges of ideas, and inspires participants to remain actively engaged. Below are some steps to help facilitate the process of starting a school club or hosting a youth conference. These steps can be useful not only for disarmament and non-proliferation but for any student club or conference about critical social and environmental issues.

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