(Article published on 8 November 2013 in the weekly "Haute Saintonge")
That was the central question discussed in Saintes at the « Gathering for a Livable World » on 25-27 October and illuminated by various well-qualified speakers. Before it opened, on 22 October, the film « Harvests of the Future » was screened in the presence of Marie-Monique Robin, a journalist, author, director of some forty documentary films, and recipient of thirty prizes. After the film there was a discussion « Can (...)
Gathering for a Livable World - Saintes, 25 -27 October 2013 Register Now!
"Times are hard, and the world is going badly" : we often hear people say that today. Some French citizens were saying that in 2010, but were not content with words. Responding to calls from seven NGOs - ACDN (Action des Citoyens pour le Désarmement Nucléaire), ATTAC, the Farmers Confederation, the Human Rights League, the Teachers League, and Nuclear Phase-out Network, and the Foundation for a Human Earth - they organized the “Rally for a Livable World”, which took place in Saintes in (...)
For a planet without nuclear weapons French National Campaign: THE VERY LAST ATOM! For a referendum to give the French people their say
ACDN (Action des Citoyens pour le Désarmement Nucléaire - Action of Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament) and MSGSV (Monde Sans Guerres et Sans Violence - World Without Wars or Violence) launched together this National Campaign on 13 February 2010, at the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the first official French Atomic Test. They were joined by Friends of the Earth-France.
The Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) obliges the states possessing nuclear weapons to eliminate their arsenals. France (...)