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Working Towards A World Without Nuclear Weapons

PAIS NUCLEAR WEAPONS WORKING GROUP
presents
WORKING TOWARD A WORLD WITHOUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS


Two practitioner masterclasses on contemporary challenges relating to nuclear weapons

FREE BUFFET LUNCH INCLUDED

Tuesday 20th May and Tuesday 27th May
Ramphal RO.14/RO.12
University of Warwick

The PAIS Nuclear Weapons Working Group invites you to attend two free lunches and practitioner masterclasses

May 20, 2014
Dr Kate Hudson
General-Secretary
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)

May 27, 2014
Rachel Staley
Programme Manager
British American Security Information Council (BASIC)

Both speakers will discuss the daily workings and decision-making processes of their respective organisations, as well as outlining key challenges to contemporary nuclear policy-making. The masterclass will provide a key opportunity for students and staff to engage with figures with first-hand experience of nuclear weapons policy, as well as to grapple with fundamental questions arising from contemporary debate.

Programme:

Tuesday 20th May (RO.14): Dr Kate Hudson, CND
Tuesday 27th May (RO.12): Rachel Staley, BASIC

1.30pm-2pm: Free Buffet Lunch and Informal Talk and Q&A

2pm-4pm: Masterclass: Working toward a world without nuclear weapons: Two perspectives

4pm-3.30pm: Closing remarks and refreshments

For further information contact:
Nikita Shah, PhD candidate nikita.shah@warwick.ac.uk or Trevor McCrisken trevor.mccrisken@warwick.ac.uk