No nuclear proliferation!
No AUKUS pact!
No New Cold War!
International Day of Action on Saturday 11 December
CND has joined with the Australian and US peace movements to draw public attention to the new AUKUS military pact between the UK, US and Australia. The deal will give Australia nuclear-powered submarines – the first non-nuclear state to get them. This is a dangerous escalation in the West’s ongoing confrontation with China that risks nuclear proliferation and breaches the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Actions and events will be planned across the country, get involved!
Or if you would like to plan an action or an event that day yourself, get in touch with the CND office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7700 2393).
Information from CND
The announcement of AUKUS, the military partnership between the UK, the US and Australia, is a dangerous escalation in the West’s on-going confrontation with China.
Spreading nuclear technology is at the heart of the deal: the US and UK are collaborating with Australia to provide them with nuclear-powered submarines. This risks nuclear proliferation and is a breach of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Other actions to take
- Ask your MP to sign Early Day Motion 493. You can read the full text here.
- If you are a member of a trade union branch, please get a motion adopted opposing AUKUS. Model motion here. The 2021 Labour Party conference voted to oppose the deal – with 77% of the trade union vote against AUKUS.
- Labour CND has produced a model motion for local Labour party branches to adopt in support of the anti-AUKUS campaign. Click here to view.
For further information visit the CND website here.