Energy presents major international challenges, in particular in terms of access to fundamental social rights, the environment, and geopolitical tensions and conflicts. Faced with a deep economic, social and ecological crisis linked to types of production and consumption and to the imbalances between the North and the South, we must move toward a sustainable economic.. read more →

Analyzing the numerous decisions of meetings of labor collectives and workers of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), expressions of majority of members of the Academy and opinion of the international community, the delegates of the 21st General Assembly of WFSW consider that the bill in its current form will: – lead to the liquidation.. read more →

Declaration of the World Federation of Scientific Workers read more →

The result of the Copenhagen Climate Conference caused great disappointment and much worry in a large part of public opinion. In its fourth report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) provided the figures indicating the CO2 emission reduction that must be achieved in order to stop a dangerous climate trend. This conference ended with.. read more →

Whereas the Executive Council of WFSW urgently seeks a global agreement to free the world from nuclear arms, and other lethal conventional and non-conventional weapons, and to free humanity from the threat of annihilation; read more →

24 Nov 2005
November 24, 2005

To the ECSTA III Participants

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The 3rd International Symposium on Exchange and Cooperation of Science and Technology in Asia was held on November 2005 and prepared by the Japan Scientist Association read more →

Appeal to the scientific community world-wide, on the occasion of the World Conference on Science Budapest, 26th June – 1st July 1999   The concept of globalisation has pervaded all aspects of economic and social life, including scientific life. It has now become impossible for scientific researchers and workers to remain the idle audience of.. read more →

Statement of WFSW  – April 1981 read more →

 Declaration adopted by the WFSW to guarantee the rights of scientific workers – 1969 The recommendation of the Unesco on 1974 largely follows the proposals   1. Preamble Science and scientific research can contribute increasingly to the improvement of the living conditions of mankind, can become a reliable source of welfare, and can create conditions.. read more →

22 Nov 1950
November 22, 1950

The need for a world federation

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By PROFESSOR J. D. BERNAL, F.R.S. in the first publication of WFSW read more →