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Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Nuclear Disarmament

August 18, 2020
A Dunedin OAR radio interview with DSC Coordinator Lucy Stewart and Researcher Marcus Coll about Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the global state of nuclear disarmament with host Marvin Hubbard.
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Message from Hibakusha Takaaki Morikawa

August 6, 2020
At the age of six, I was drenched by the Black Rain full of radioactive materials that fell after the atomic bomb was dropped, and as a result I am now an 81 year old Hibakusha with cancer.
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Nuclear submarines for Australia?

April 2, 2020
Retired UK navy commander turned antinuclear campaigner Robert Green discusses a push to convince the Australian government to invest in nuclear submarines.
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We spend billions on nuclear weapons. Let’s fund the NHS instead

April 1, 2020
The increasing cost of Coronavirus will require decades to recover. Meanwhile, the UK’s Trident nuclear weapon system remains on Continuous At Sea Deterrent patrol costing some £2 billion a year and
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Earthwise interviews Rob Green, retired Co-director of the Disarmament and Security Centre

March 4, 2020
Nuclear weapons proliferation by the US, threats to Iran from the US and Israel, 'small' nuclear weapon on US submarine in the Atlantic: The Doomsday Clock has been moved to 100 seconds to midnight.
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The Peace and Disarmament Collection is delivered to the UC archives

March 3, 2020
International peace and disarmament campaigners – former UC Arts Peace Studies lecturer Dr Kate Dewes ONZM and former Commander Robert Green RN (Ret’d) – have donated the archives of the Christchurch
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It is the Trident submarine captain, not the UK PM, who “presses the button”.

December 16, 2019
Although the Prime Minister makes the decision to fire, it is actually the Trident captain who has the ultimate responsibility of deciding if turning his ‘Captain’s Key’ is justified and lawful.
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World-changing peace campaigners donate collection to UC archives

November 1, 2019
University of Canterbury archivists and researchers are welcoming an exciting new acquisition donated by renowned international peace campaigners to the Macmillan Brown Archives
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World-changing peace campaigners donate collection to UC archives

November 1, 2019
University of Canterbury archivists and researchers are welcoming an exciting new acquisition donated by international peace campaigners to the Archives Collection of UC’s Macmillan Brown Library
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Interview: Disarmament and Security Centre

August 20, 2019
War! What is it good for? And indeed, what is it good for? The words of this protest song may very well be relevant even today. I interviewed Mrs Lucy Stewart of the Disarmament and Security centre.
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