On Thursday 15th June 2023, nine early career leaders from a variety of regions presented the findings of their youth/early career consultation on the NPT Preparatory Committee meeting and processes in the lead up to the 2026 RevCon.
On Wednesday 23rd August at 11am BST/UK time, 3pm PKT/Pakistan time, and 3:30pm IST/India time, the BASIC-ICCS Nuclear Responsibilities Programme will host a virtual roundtable discussion of the compendium ‘Crisis Communications: Indian and Pakistani Perspectives on Responsible Practices’.
On Wednesday 12th April, Jamie Kwong presented her findings from her project that examines the threats climate change pose to US nuclear weapons.
In her article published by International Relations Journal, Dr Chiara Cervasio, Policy Fellow and Programme Manager of the Nuclear responsibilities Programme, argues that the exercise of what she calls status recognition sensibility is critical to explaining whether dangerous competitions for status can be mitigated in world politics.
Read the Emerging Voices Network’s (EVN) latest report, in which five EVN Working Groups provide a range of policy recommendations and valuable insights into the current challenges and issues that concern emerging researchers and young professionals in the nuclear policy field.
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On Wednesday 10th May, Professor Andrew Futter, Professor of International Politics at the University of Leicester and PI on the European Research Council-funded Third Nuclear Age project, presented a Masterclass entitled ‘Welcome to the Third Nuclear Age’.
Since January 2023, early career nuclear experts from around the world have completed research on ‘De-siloing Existential Threats’. The working groups will present their findings and recommendations at the Anthology Launch Event on 18th July.