27 Jul 2014
July 27, 2014

Statement of the WFSW on Gaza

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For two weeks now, thousands of raids by air, land and sea have sown daily panic in Gaza and have killed more than 1000 persons (by July 27th, 2014), mostly civilians, particularly women and children. The suffering inflicted on the population of Gaza is intolerable. This is added to the virtual imprisonment of a million.. read more →

07 Jun 2014
June 7, 2014

About militarization of science

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By Jean-Paul LAINÉ, President of the WFSW This speech was adressed during the “Sarajevo Peace Event” about Peace, disarmament, civil conflict resolution and non-violence as well as social and ecological justice.   I shall focus on the struggle against the militarization of scientific research, i.e. against diverting it to an instrument of death and domination,.. read more →

The World Federation of Scientific Workers (WFSW) expresses its profound concern over the building-up of regional armed conflicts in different parts of the world where extreme violence and the seemingly irreconcilable positions of the opposing parties lead to unacceptable human sufferings and a terrible destruction of human life, means of production and economies. Following the.. read more →

According to the new directives concerning the UNESCO’s partnership with non-governmental organizations, the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee must organize, in consultation with the UNESCO Secretariat, a twice-yearly NGO Forum on a UNESCO priority issue. Since the Liaison committee is elected for two years, we are faced with four events, four countries (none in the same region.. read more →

Algier 2012-Rio June 2012 – official summit (Rio +20 Earth Summit) and anti-globalization “Peoples Summit”. read more →

Working Paper by, J. P. Bazin, WFSW, March 2010 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 →

“Another science, other technologies are possible: Meeting the challenges” read more →