Nuclear ban hubs: to Vienna with love
FIRST MEETING OF STATES PARTIES
The world is gathering in Vienna for the landmark first meeting of states parties to the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, the fourth Conference on the Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Weapons and the ICAN Civil Society Forum.
Experts and activists on the ground in Vienna will cross live to four Australian hubs over four nights to discuss, analyse and celebrate the nuclear ban events and the movement to eliminate nuclear weapons.
Join the hybrid events in person in Port Augusta, Fremantle, Brisbane and Melbourne, or tune in via zoom from anywhere around the world.
Sunday 19 June at 6-7pm AEST / 5-:30-6:30pm ACST / 4-5pm AWST
The first special session will be live-streamed to Vienna from Port Augusta, with a link made available to all who register for the ICAN Australia online sessions. This will feature the stories and perspectives of First Nations people impacted by nuclear weapons testing in Australia.
Monday 20 June at 7:30-8:30pm AEST / 7-8pm ACST / 5:30-6:30 AWST
Tune into Vienna for the reporting and analysis of the two-day ICAN Civil Society Forum, and the morning of the fourth conference on the humanitarian impacts of nuclear weapons. Speakers TBA.
Wednesday 22 June at 6-7pm AEST / 5-:30-6:30pm ACST / 4-5pm AWST
Tune into Vienna for the reporting and analysis of the first day of the first meeting of states parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Speakers TBA.
Friday 24 June at 6-7pm AEST / 5-:30-6:30pm ACST / 4-5pm AWST
Tune into Vienna for the final session, reporting on the two final days of the first meeting of states parties to the TPNW, including any outcomes and plans for the future of the treaty. Speakers TBA.
PORT AUGUSTA --- SUNDAY 19 JUNE
FREMANTLE --- MONDAY 20 JUNE
MEANJIN / BRISBANE --- WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE
NAARM / MELBOURNE --- FRIDAY 24 JUNE
Image: activists farewell the Peace Boat in Fremantle, 2018.