CNANWCanadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
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On 1 December 2014 CNANW hosted an experts' seminar focused on the upcoming 2015 NPT Review Conference, which we believe to be of critical importance for the overall health of the global nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation regime.
* the April 1996 creation of the Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW), a network of Canadian NGOs established to share information and co-ordinate work on nuclear abolition in co-operation with the international Abolition 2000 network;
* the September 1996 conduct of a cross-country series of community roundtables on nuclear weapons issues, sponsored by Project Ploughshares and other CNANW members and led by former Disarmament Ambassador (now Senator) Douglas Roche, which helped focus Canadian attention on the importance of the nuclear issue and contributed directly to Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy's decision to request a review of Canada's nuclear weapons policies;
A similar Canada-focused network, the Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW), was created in 1996.
The Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW), comprising 11 organizations in Canada, was formed as the Canadian component of Abolition 2000.
A Foreign Affairs Committee review of Canada's nuclear arms policies was one of the key recommendations of Canada's Role in the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, the brief presented to the government in September by the Canadian Network for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons (CNANW).