Help support London CND’s work
This year has been an important and busy one for London CND. The nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula, the US withdrawal from key nuclear treaties, and campaigning around a crucial Global Ban Treaty means activities won’t be easing off any time soon! Being active requires resources – spending money to put our case before the public.
Please consider making a financial contribution to our current work if you’re able.
Here’s some of what you’ll be helping to support. It’s a long list because we’re doing plenty!
London CND have had a busy year! We kicked the year off with our annual conference on the theme of ‘Trump’s finger on the nuclear button,’ with speakers including Palestinian Ambassador Husam Zomlot and Green Party Co-Leader Jonathan Bartley.
London CND vice-chair Hannah speaking at our annual conference
This wouldn't be possible without generous contributions from ordinary people.
We expanded our Hiroshima commemorations too last year – adding a film festival and a public meeting to our annual Tavistock Square rally.
Hiroshima Day 2018 at Tavistock Square gardens
Crowds of people were able to commemorate Hiroshima Day in London in the sun this year, all funded by supporters.
We’ve done lots of work over the past year on organising with young people and students, including a packed-out drinks reception in Parliament, hosted by Catherine West MP and Green Peer Jenny Jones.
London student activists with Jenny Jones at the Houses of Parliament
Coming up, CND are delighted to be hosting Frances Daehoon-Lee, an activist with the South Korean NGO People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD), kicking off with a public meeting in London.
We hold regular Councils, always with public meetings attached, as well as offering support to our local groups. We’re in discussions to get three new ones off the ground right now. And we continue to produce our bi-monthly newsletter, PeaceLine – please find a complimentary copy of the latest issue here.