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Information pour les médias

ICAN est une coalition internationale qui fait campagne pour mobiliser les citoyens de tous les pays pour inspirer, persuader et faire pression sur leurs gouvernements afin de commencer des négociations pour un traité interdisant les armes nucléaires. Nos experts et chargés de campagne sont disponibles pour tout commentaire auprès des médias.

Merci d’adresser toutes vos demandes concernant les médias à :

Daniela Varano
Coordinatrice de la communication
E-mail : daniela@icanw.org
Tél. : +41 787 262 645 (Geneva)

 

Vous pouvez consulter nos communiqués les plus récents ici. Pour être ajouté à notre liste de diffusion pour les médias, merci d’envoyer un e-mail à daniela@icanw.org et n’oubliez pas d’y inclure des informations sur votre support. Faites-vous partie de la presse, de la télévision, de la radio ou du web ? En quelle langue diffusez-vous de l’information ? Quelle est votre cible ?

Nous serons ravis de faciliter les interviews avec des chargés de campagne ICAN dans le monde entier, dont des experts médicaux, des spécialistes de science politique, des avocats internationaux, des militants et des survivants des bombardements atomiques d’Hiroshima et de Nagasaki.

Pour des images en haute définition, consulter notre flux photos. Les images ont été prises par des employés d’ICAN ou par des militants (sauf mention contraire) et peuvent être reproduites librement tant qu’ICAN est mentionné comme source.

 

Portes-parole d’ICAN

+ Dr Tilman Ruff AM

Dr Tilman Ruff is Co-Chair of ICAN and Co-President of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. From 2008 to 2010, he served as one of two NGO advisers to the co-chairs of the International Commission on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament. He is an associate professor at the University of Melbourne and an international medical adviser to Australian Red Cross. He provides technical advice on immunization to the WHO, UNICEF, AusAID and vaccine manufacturers.

Areas of expertise: health effects, Asia Pacific, nuclear energy
Language: English
Contact: +61 438 099 231; tar@unimelb.edu.au
+ Dr Rebecca Johnson

Dr Rebecca Johnson is Co-Chair of ICAN and Executive Director of the London-based Acronym Institute for Disarmament and Diplomacy. A former senior adviser to the Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission and vice-chair of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, she is also Vice-President of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the United Kingdom and a special adviser to the Nobel Women’s Initiative.

Areas of expertise: disarmament diplomacy, Europe, Trident, CTBT
Language: English
Contact: +44 7733360955; rej@acronym.org.uk
+ Thomas Nash

Thomas Nash is Director of Article 36, a UK-based non-government organization doing research, policy and advocacy on the humanitarian impact of different types of weapons. He is joint Coordinator of the International Network on Explosive Weapons and serves on the leadership bodies of ICAN and the International Action Network on Small Arms. As Coordinator of the Cluster Munition Coalition from 2004 to 2011, Mr Nash led the global campaign resulting in the Convention on Cluster Munitions. He previously worked for the New Zealand and Canadian foreign ministries in Geneva and Ottawa.

Areas of expertise: humanitarian effects, disarmament processes, civil society engagement
Language: English
Contact: thomas@article36.org
+ Beatrice Fihn

Beatrice Fihn is Project Manager for the Reaching Critical Will project of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, designed to increase the quality and quantity of civil society preparation and participation in UN disarmament processes. Ms Fihn monitors and analyses the Non-Proliferation Treaty review meetings, the Conference on Disarmament, the UN General Assembly First Committee, and the Arms Trade Treaty. She has written extensively on disarmament processes, civil society engagement and the relevance of a gender perspective in the area of disarmament.

Areas of expertise: Europe, disarmament fora, UN, gender
Languages: Swedish and English
Contact: +41 78 613 0472; beatrice@reachingcriticalwill.org
+ Susi Snyder

Susi Snyder is the Nuclear Disarmament Programme Leader for IKV Pax Christi in the Netherlands. Previously, she served as the Secretary General of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, where she monitored various issues under the aegis of the United Nations, including sustainable development, human rights and disarmament. She has spoken at more than 40 US governmental hearings regarding nuclear weapons, power and waste. Since 2011, she has co-authored two publications on NATO nuclear policy, Withdrawal Issues and Exit Strategies.

Areas of expertise: NATO nuclear sharing, disarmament processes, divestment
Language: English
Contact: +31 648 981 492  or +31 30 232 0593; snyder@ikvpaxchristi.nl
+ Dr Robert Mtonga

Dr Robert Mtonga serves as an expert adviser on numerous international boards and is a member of organizations involved in the areas of the prevention and banning of landmines and other ordnances in Africa, as well as the control of small arms and weaponry. Since he founded the Zambia Campaign to Ban Landmines in 1996, Dr Mtonga has extensively engaged with governments throughout Africa on the landmine issue. He has been a consultant to many international organizations documenting injuries from violence and speaks and writes widely on health, development, violence and war prevention issues from a public health perspective.

Areas of expertise: Africa, health impact of nuclear weapons, disarmament
Language: English
Contact: +260 977842922; robertmtonga@yahoo.co.uk
+ Tim Wright

Tim Wright is the Australian Director of ICAN. He coordinated the campaign’s activities leading up to and during the Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference in 2010. His recent publications include Catastrophic Humanitarian Harm, Towards a Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons, Don’t Bank on the Bomb and Learn Peace (an activity book for school students). He formerly worked as an adviser to Australian Democrats leader Senator Lyn Allison and interned for US Congressman Dennis Kucinich. He has degrees in arts and law from the University of Melbourne.

Areas of expertise: disarmament education, divestment, Australia
Language: English
Contact: +61 400 967 233; tim@icanw.org
+ Akira Kawasaki

Akira Kawasaki is Co-Chair of ICAN, an Executive Committee member of the Japanese NGO Peace Boat, and a Global Council member of Abolition 2000. From 2008 to 2010, he served as an NGO adviser to the co-chairs of the International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament. He works closely with survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Areas of expertise: Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings, inter-cultural dialogue, Japan
Languages: Japanese and English
Contact: +81 90 8310 5370 or +81 3 3363 7561; kawasaki@peaceboat.gr.jp

 

Photos pour les médias


  • sheen

    “Si Gandhi et Martin Luther King Jr étaient encore vivant aujourd’hui, ils participeraient à ICAN.”

    Martin Sheen Acteur et militant

  • bankimoon

    “Je félicite ICAN de travailler avec tant d’ardeur et de créativité.”

    Ban Ki-moon Secrétaire général de l'ONU

  • yokoono

    “Nous pouvons le faire ensemble. Avec votre aide, notre voix se fera entendre encore plus fort. Imaginons la paix.”

    Yoko Ono Artiste

  • jodywilliams

    “Les gouvernements disent qu’une interdiction des armes nucléaires est peu probable. Ne les croyez pas. Ils ont dit la même chose sur le traité d’interdiction des mines.”

    Jody Williams Prix Nobel

  • desmondtutu

    “Avec votre soutien, nous pouvons porter ICAN jusqu’au bout – jusqu’à ce qu’il y ait zéro arme nucléaire.”

    Desmond Tutu Prix Nobel

  • herbiehancock

    “Parce que je ne peux pas supporter ces armes épouvantables, je soutiens totalement ICAN.”

    Herbie Hancock Musicien de jazz

  • hansblix

    “Je suis fier de soutenir la Campagne Internationale pour l’Abolition des Armes Nucléaires.”

    Hans Blix Inspecteur de l'ONU

  • dalailama

    “Je peux imaginer un monde sans armes nucléaires et je soutiens ICAN.”

    Dalai Lama Prix Nobel