Report: ICAN Civil Society Forum 2013

“We have succeeded in reframing the issue of nuclear weapons” — Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide

Participation

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  • Objective: Expand ICAN’s network

Nuclear weapons are a global humanitarian threat, and therefore an issue that concerns us all. To demonstrate the broad level of support for a treaty banning nuclear weapons, ICAN aimed to bring participants from a range of various backgrounds to Oslo in March. We are extremely happy to report that a total number of 500 participants from 133 different organisations, including important humanitarian, environmental, disarmament and religious organisations, labour unions, academic institutions and media outlets, decided to join us in Oslo.

The following organisations were represented at one or several of the events organised by ICAN in March:

  • Acronym Institute
  • Action on Armed Violence
  • Adessium Foundation
  • African Network for a Climate Community (ANCC)
  • Amnesty International, Chile
  • Article 36
  • Asociacion para Politicas (APP)
  • BANg Europe
  • Bike for Peace
  • British-American Security Information Council (BASIC)
  • Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)
  • Catholic Church of Nigeria
  • Ceasefire
  • Center for Nonproliferation Studies
  • Center for Peace Education (Philippines)
  • Center for the Promotion of Disarmament and Non-Proliferation
  • Changemaker
  • Charity Peace Organisation
  • Chatham House
  • Churches in Action for Peace and Development (CAPAD)
  • CLAEI (Circle of Latine American International Studies)
  • CNAPD
  • Colombian Campaign to Ban Landmines
  • Community Motivation & Development Organization
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Canada
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Ireland
  • Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft – Vereinigte Kriegsdienstgegnerinnen (DFG-VK)
  • Disarmament and Security Centre
  • European Parliament
  • Facing Finance
  • Folke Bernadotteakademin
  • Gensuikyo (Japan Council against A- and H- Bombs)
  • Global Action to Prevent War
  • Global Zero
  • Greenpeace International
  • Hastings Against War
  • Hidankyo
  • IANSA Women Network-Nigeria
  • ICAN
  • ICAN-Austria
  • ICAN-Germany
  • ICAN Netherlands
  • ICAN-Turkey
  • IKV Pax Christi
  • Institute for Security Studies
  • International Campaign to Ban Landmines – Cluster Munitions Coalition (ICBL-CMC)
  • International Committee of the Red Cross
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
  • International Human Rights Commission
  • International Law and Policy Institute
  • International Peace Bureau (IPB)
  • Internationalla Kvinnoförbundet för Fred och Frihet (IKFF)
  • IPPNW
  • IPPNW-Australia
  • IPPNW-Costa Rica
  • IPPNW-Denmark
  • IPPNW-Germany
  • IPPNW-Japan
  • IPPNW-India
  • IPPNW-Netherlands
  • IPPNW-Norway
  • IPPNW-Sweden
  • IPPNW-Switzerland
  • IPPNW-Zambia
  • Irish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
  • Istituto Buddista Italiano Soka Gakkai
  • Japan Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (JALANA)
  • Kay Morris Foundation
  • Kvinnor for Fred
  • Landmine Survivors Network
  • Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy
  • Le Mouvement de la Paix
  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • Madras University
  • Mayors for Peace
  • MedAct
  • MedFred Bergen
  • MIN-IREN
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Costa Rica
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway
  • Nei til Atomvåpen (NTA)
  • Nieves Family Foundation
  • Norske Leger Mov Atomvåpen (NLA)
  • Norwegian Forum for the Environment and Development
  • Norwegian Peace Council
  • Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA)
  • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
  • NVMP
  • Obama for America
  • OMOD
  • Oxfam
  • Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (PNND)
  • Peace Boat
  • Permanent Mission of Austria to the United Nations
  • Permanent Mission to Geneva of the Holy See
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR)
  • Project Nuclear Weapons now
  • Project Ploughshares
  • Pugwash Norway
  • Radikal Ungdom (Danish Social Liberal Youth)
  • Red Crescent Society, Iraq
  • Red Cross Youth
  • Red Cross, Australia
  • Red Cross, Japan
  • Red Cross, Lebanon
  • Red Cross, Netherlands
  • Religions for Peace
  • Rutgers University
  • SEHLAC
  • Share international
  • Soka Gakkai International
  • Statens Pensjonsfund Utland (SPU)
  • Svenska Freds- och Skiljedomsföreningen
  • Svenska Läkare Mot Kärnvapen
  • Swiss FDFA
  • Swiss Peace
  • Syslab
  • Tehran Peace Museum
  • UNI Global Union
  • UNIPAMPA
  • United Nations (OCHA)
  • United Nations (UNIDIR)
  • Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • UNODA
  • Western States Legal Foundation
  • Whistling Communications
  • Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
  • World Council of Churches
  • World Court Project UK
  • World Federalist Movement

Written by daniel@icanw.org

2013/03/14 at 16:12

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