Tag: Humanitarian Consequences of Nuclear Weapons

Gender, development and nuclear weapons

Shared goals, shared concerns

By ILPI and UNIDIR
October 2016

This study discusses the relationship between nuclear weapons and gender—how and why the two are connected, both to each other, and to shared global agendas such as sustainable development.

Nuclear Weapons under International Law – An Overview

ILPI’s Senior Partner Dr. Gro Nystuen together with Dr. Stuart Casey-Maslen and Annie Bersagel, edited a book titled Nuclear Weapons Under International Law which was published at Cambridge University Press in September 2014

Edited by Gro NystuenStuart Casey-Maslen, & Annie Bersagel

The fundamental ethical and moral principles for nuclear weapons

Third conference on humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons

By Nobuo Hayashi
8 December 2014

Panel presentation at the Third conference on Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, 8-9 December 2014.

Historical origins of the humanitarian discourse

Third conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons

By Gro Nystuen
8 December 2014

Panel presentation at the Third conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons 9 December 2014.

The humanitarian initiative at a glance

An overview of the most important meetings and events of the humanitarian initiative in the field of nuclear disarmament

By ILPI

A global discussion about the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons has intensified in recent years. This brief overview presents excerpts from key documents and statements in this discussion, and combines this with information drawn from the statistical report Counting to Zero about the role that different States have played in support of this initiative.

Historical origins of the humanitarian discourse

Second conference on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons

By Gro Nystuen

Panel presentation at the Second conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons by Dr. Gro Nystuen, ILPI, 13 February 2014.