Can the world be free of nuclear weapons? Speakers from the United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs, UNA-NCA, All Souls Church Unitarian of Washington, DC, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), and a Japanese peace group hosted a panel to chart out what this new global landscape means for the United States and how we view U.S. nuclear weapons policy. Panelists explored ethical, social justice, and humanitarian considerations of today’s evolving landscape of nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament. Learn how engagement and activism by nonprofits, faith-based organizations, youth organizations, and each of us, individually, play vital roles in our shared responsibility to create a nuclear weapons-free world.
- René Holbach, Political Affairs Officer, UN Office of Disarmament Affairs (ODA) (Keynote)
- Bruce Knotts, Director, Unitarian Universalist Office (UU), United Nations
- Hiroyo Murayama, Religions for Peace Japan
- Karen Mulhauser, UNA-NCA Past President and UNA-USA Past National Council Chair