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THINK OUTSIDE THE BOMB

In this inspiring video, children in Melbourne, Australia, “disarm” nuclear bombs by transforming them into something peaceful. Let’s think outside


Our future, our choice

This video was launched in Oslo in March 2013, where more than 500 people from 70 countries gathered to build momentum for a nuclear weapons ban


100 ‘small’ nuclear bombs

The Israeli Disarmament Movement produced this video questioning the Israeli government's decision not to take part in the Oslo conference on the impact of nuclear weapons


Thousand reasons

Thousand Reasons is a project of the WMD Awareness Programme, a UK organization that informs debate about nuclear weapons


Medical imperative to disarm

Dr Ira Helfand, co-president of IPPNW, explains the medical and environmental consequences of the use of nuclear weapons, and calls for their elimination


Human Rights Day vigil

To mark Human Rights Day in 2012, ICAN organized a vigil at which campaigners created a giant ICAN logo using lanterns


10 seconds is all it takes

To mark Nuclear Abolition Day in 2012, ICAN released this video highlighting the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons


A little less conversation

After 15 years of fruitless conversation, hundreds of unproductive meetings and billions of wasted dollars, the disarmament machinery is called on the carpet


We can abolish nuclear weapons

ICAN is a vast global movement. We are united by a common desire to get negotiations underway at the earliest possible date on a comprehensive nuclear weapons ban


Nuclear insecurity summit

The Non-Proliferation Treaty obliges the United States, Russia, Britain, France and China to negotiate in good faith for the elimination of their nuclear weapons


ICAN in the Netherlands

On Nuclear Abolition Day in 2011, Dutch campaigners produced this short video highlighting the breadth of support for a nuclear weapons ban


Why do we need them?

This short animation from ICAN in the United Kingdom highlights the uselessness of nuclear weapons in addressing any of today’s real security challenges


An introduction to ICAN

Which countries have nuclear weapons? How many? What risk do they pose to our future? This introductory video highlights the continuing nuclear threat



  • 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