Russian scientists have recently experienced growing difficulties in obtaining visas to the countries of the European Community and at a dramatic level for the United States of America. These difficulties, caused by the diplomatic tensions between these countries with the Russian Federation, are sometimes more important than during Cold War. The World Federation of Scientific.. read more →

Call for a worldwide campaign and a World Day on October 10, 2018 Many organizations of scientists in the world are mobilizing against the increase in precariousness and the decline in the quality of scientific and technical research. A number of them participated in several forms in the first World Day against precariousness organized on.. read more →

In order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal n°4 of UN, the condition to be fulfilled is to develop quality education, based on production and dissemination of a sound and reliable scientific knowledge. This knowledge must be accessible to everyone, in order to contribute to raise the level of cultural literacy and develop the critical.. read more →

The 22nd General Assembly of the World Federation of Scientific Workers met in Dakar on December 8th, 2017. It agreed to call upon governments, the world scientific community and all the inhabitants of our planet facing a serious environmental crisis, in order to launch an exceptional research project to an amount of about 1200 billion.. read more →

06 Dec 2017
December 6, 2017

Ban Nuclear Weapons

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The World Federation of Scientific Workers hails the signature by 122 countries, on July 7th, 2017, of the Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty. This treaty reinforces the Non-Proliferation Treaty of July 1st, 1968, whose article 6 stipulates that “Each of the Parties to the Treaty undertakes to pursue negotiations in good faith on effective measures relating.. read more →

10 Oct 2017
October 10, 2017

Statement on Nobel Peace Prize 2017

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For a secure world On October 6th, the Nobel Committee awarded ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize “for its work in drawing attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons.” This reward.. read more →

Appeal for a worldwide campaign and a World Day on March 15, 2017 http://www.insecurescience.org/blog Many organizations of scientists in the world are mobilizing against the increase in job precariousness and the decline in the quality of scientific and technical research. The job precariousness of scientists is growing, and as a result :  Living and working.. read more →

The right to energy is a fundamental right for all human beings and all populations of the earth. COP21, by the solemn act of 196 countries, gave birth to a great hope in the face of the gravity and urgency of the world climate situation. To fulfill this hope acts must be worthy of the.. read more →

22 Sep 2016
September 22, 2016

Safeguarding Peace

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The United Nations, NATO and geostrategic balances in Europe and elsewhere In the aftermath of WWII that brought such extraordinary suffering and destruction to almost every country on Earth, a representative group of scientific workers that included renowned founders of the WFSW, took upon themselves the all-important task of mobilizing their fellow workers and public.. read more →

Call to all scientific workers’ organizations Load pdf document Let us prepare together in all countries a “World Day against the precariousness of scientific workers and in favour of a scientific research at the service of people”. This action should occur by the end of 2016. The main motivations for this action stand out: In.. read more →