APLN-EVN Webinar: The Search for Nuclear Justice
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APLN-EVN Webinar: The Search for Nuclear Justice

Fundamental questions about nuclear justice—what is nuclear justice, why is nuclear justice important—are being raised with increasing urgency in the global nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament discourse. The entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has also been instrumental in shedding much-needed light on the role of international law and the international community in addressing issues such as victim assistance and environmental remediation for all those affected by past nuclear tests and uses. This webinar will explore policy priorities and recommendations that can urgently push for realizing nuclear justice, especially concerning victim assistance and environmental remediation.

Speakers:

Becky Alexis-Martin,
Lecturer or Peace and International Development at the University of Bradford
@MysteriousDrBex

Ruairí Devereaux-Heddon
Independent researcher specializing in international law and humanitarian disarmament
@HeddonRuairi

Anaïs Maurer
Assistant Professor of French and Comparative Literature at Rutgers University
@MaurerAnais

Monalisa Hazarika
UN Youth Champion for Disarmament
@mona_haza

Ian Fleming Zhou
PhD candidate at the University of Pretoria
@IanFlemingVIP

Ekaterina Lapanovich
Senior Lecturer at Ural Federal University
@kat_lapanovich

Join APLN and BASIC’s Emerging Voices Network (EVN) for this vital discussion on Wednesday, April 17th at 10am BST / 6pm KST. Click here to register.