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Current status of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons: 82 signatories and 43 states parties.

The United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons is the first global treaty to ban nuclear weapons and all activities related to them. It makes nuclear weapons illegal alongside landmines, cluster munitions, chemical and biological weapons. ICAN urges all nations to sign and ratify this groundbreaking agreement, which will enter into force after the 50th ratification.

Australia must sign and ratify the nuclear weapon ban treaty. Join the campaign and be part of the solution.

HAVE YOUR PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATIVES SIGNED THE PARLIAMENTARY PLEDGE?

Does your local council support the nuclear weapon ban treaty?

Choosing Humanity: read our report on why Australia must join the ban.