- A City Guide to Divestment
Divesting from producers of controversial weapons: a guide for local authorities.
- Back from the Brink Advocacy Tools
These advocacy tools are designed to help make your organizing efforts as easy as possible. If you have any questions, run into any roadblocks, or have suggestions for how to improve these tools, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
- Banning Nuclear Weapons: The Humanitarian Facts
An evidence-based understanding of the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons has become the driving force behind a renewed State and civil society demand for effective action to prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons.
- Beyond the Bomb: these investors are rejecting nuclear weapons
Our research shows more and more financial institutions are saying no to nuclear weapons.
- Call Your Bank for Divestment
If your bank, insurer or pension-fund is listed in the report, you can help increase the pressure on them to drop their investments in nuclear weapons by giving Customer Service a call, and letting them know that you, as a client or shareholder, are watching and expect better of them.
- Campaigning Lessons & Examples
Experiences of ICAN and Cluster Munition Coalition campaigners, offer some helpful lessons.
- Catalyze Collaboration
Invite new ideas, approaches and contributor to the field by providing new and meaningful ways for people to contribute their time and talent to reducing nuclear danger.
- Checklist for a Good Financial Institution Investment Policy
Once financial institutions make the decision to put a nuclear weapons free policy into place, there are some key aspects to consider.
- Engage the Public on Divestment
Divestment campaigning is a way to engage the general public and a way for people to feel connected to creating change.
- Engaging the Media
Engaging media through the angle of a divestment campaign can help to bring attention to other issues related to nuclear weapons.
- ICAN Tools for Activists and Campaigners
ICAN Tools for Activists and Campaigners
- Issue brief and recommendations: Nuclear weapons
Download the brief here.
- No First Use of Nuclear Weapons
Under no circumstances should the United States start a nuclear war.
- Producing mass destruction
Research shows at least at least US$ 116 billion (€ 102 billion) in contracts between governments and private companies in France, India, Italy, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and the United States for production, development and stockpiling of nuclear weapons.
- Shorting our security- Financing the companies that make nuclear weapons
Who is trying to profit from weapons of mass destruction?
Our report: Shorting our security- Financing the companies that make nuclear weapons provides the answer.
- Steps to Take Action for Divestment
This page provides the basis for coordinated campaigning to discourage financial institutions from investing in nuclear weapons companies.
- Voices in Action
How might we support individuals to better contribute their actions and ideas to affect impactful outcomes in their organizations and the nuclear policy field?
- Why Divest? A Focus on Financial Institutions
5 reasons financial institutions should divest from nuclear weapons producers.
- Why Divest? A Focus on Governments
Governments can set norms, negotiate international law and national legislation.