IAEA atomic lobby and Nobel Peace Prize
(November 18, 2005) On December 10 at the Oslo Guildhall, the Nobel Prize will be officially awarded to the IAEA its chief, Dr. ElBaradei. Groups, organizations, initiatives, parties and individuals who wish to protest against the scandalous decision are invited to sign a declaration against the award by BUND (Friends of the Earth, Germany). The declaration is downloadable as Word document from http://vorort.bund.net/suedlicher-oberrhein/letter_to_nobelprizecomittee.doc or in PDF format from http://vorort.bund.net/suedlicher-oberrhein/letter_to_nobelprizecomittee.pdf or alternatively you can sign up online at http://vorort.bund.net/suedlicher-oberrhein/projekte/castor/mittraeger_liste_englisch.php#organ.
The Iran case - three strikes and you are out
On Saturday, December 10 from 2 pm - 6 pm, De Roed Hoed in Amsterdam will host a debate on the Iranian nuclear programme, the draft UN Security Council resolution and the possible U.S. plans to attack Iran.
The debate will be in the English language and will be attended by Hans-Christof Graf von Sponeck, former UN coordinator for humanitarian affairs in Iraq, Andreas Persbo, weapons control and disarmament researcher at the Verification Research, Training and Information Centre in London and Dan Plesch, researcher at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. Fiona Dove, director at the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam, will lead the debate.
For more information contact: Bert Freriks on +31 20 684 8741 or by email at email@example.com