Listed below are a list of events across New Zealand (and globally) that celebrate the 30th Anniversary of New Zealand’s Nuclear Free Zone Act. Please click on the event to find out further details.
5.30pm – Roundtable discussion between panelists and the audience:
6.30pm – NZ Premier screening of Where the Wind Blew (Kazakh film on effects of nuclear weapons)
The event is being held as part of a threefold commemoration of Nuclear Abolition Day (Sep 26th), the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (adopted July 7, 2017, opened for signature Sep 20th 2017), and thirty years of New Zealand being nuclear-free. Its focus will be on how the New Zealand government has advanced the cause of nuclear disarmament in its domestic activities since 1987, and what steps it is currently taking to further or maintain this cause, it being enshrined in law at both national and international levels, and how we could do better. We welcome a range of viewpoints and a lively discussion.
Some information on this can be found here:
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