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Approximately 23,300 nuclear weapons remain in the world today, posing a direct and constant threat to global security and human survival. Thousands are kept on hair-trigger alert — ready to be launched within minutes.
Saturday, 2 June 2012 is Nuclear Abolition Day — a day of action where people all around the world come together to demand a world without nuclear weapons! The theme for 2012 is Ten seconds is all it takes.
Nuclear Abolition Day is organised by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) and aims to raise public awareness about nuclear dangers, and build political support for negotiations on a treaty to outlaw and eliminate all nuclear weapons.
Show your support and come along to the Bombs No More action in Melbourne. Get artistic and help transform a bomb into something creative!
If you're not in Melbourne, contact Ican Australia on (03) 93474795 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your own Bombs No More stall in your city or town.