ICAN Australia’s new report sets out in detail the case for Australia to join the global majority of nations in supporting the nuclear weapon ban treaty. It demonstrates why joining the treaty is in Australia’s interest and documents the public support and political momentum behind this goal. It addresses key criticisms and myths about the treaty and advises a practical pathway for signature and ratification.


Click here to access some of ICAN Australia’s written materials, including discussion papers and booklets, from 2013 onwards.


Click here to access documents acquired from the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Department of Defence under freedom of information laws, along with ICAN’s analysis.


Click here to see a list of media releases, news stories, radio and television interviews, journal articles and opinion pieces featuring ICAN’s work in Australia.


Click here for a selection of films showcasing some of the people, places and stories of the campaign to abolish nuclear weapons. All films are available for film screenings and other events.


Click here to go to the Flickr page for the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. There are albums specific to ICAN Australia, as well as the global ICAN family. 


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The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) is a coalition of non-governmental organisations in more than one hundred countries promoting adherence to and implementation of the treaty.

ICAN was awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for our work to raise awareness of the devastating humanitarian impacts of nuclear weapons and for our role in achieving the treaty.