BULLETIN FOR THE ABOLITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
Conferences & Meetings
3rd African lPPNW Regional Meeting, Nairobi/Kenya, 28-30 March 1996
The programme includes: strategies of conflict resolution with regard to regional
conflicts in Africa (Rwanda, Sudan); destruction of health care structures during war
(the case of Angola and Uganda); violence in family and social environment; violation
of human rights; current situation in southern Africa. There will also be a Forum
"Health for All by 2000 - A Dream of Reality". In addition, a "post conference
tour/safari" is offered. Especially invited to the Meeting are lPPNW members from
Registration fee: for physicians: US$350; for students:US$50
Kenya Association of Physicians and Health Workers for Social
Tel.: (254-2) 337 030, Fax: (254-2) 751
8th European lPPNW Student Meeting, Hamburg/Germany, 14 May 1996
Main theme: Peace and Health. The Role of Health Professionals in Conflicts.
Registration fee: DM150.
Programme includes keynote speeches on
- Are ethnic and religious identities a cause of conflict?
- Media war reporting monitoring of manipulation of reality?
- Abolition 2000 - lPPNW prescription for survival
- Contribution of health professionals for peace
There will also be the opportunity to visit the former concentration camp (KZ) at
Hamburg-Neuengamme (on 1 May)
D-10967 Berlin, Germany;
Tel.: (4930) 693
0244, Fax: (4930) 693 8166
e-mail: email@example.com (Klaus Jahn);
firstname.lastname@example.org (Lars Pohlmeier)
lPPNW World Congress, Worcester, Massaschusetts/USA, 25-28 July 1996
(by the dateline of this BAN! issue, the programme was not yet available)
126 Rogers Street
Cambridge MA 02142-1096, USA;
(1-617) 868 5050, Fax: (1-617) 868 2560
email@example.com, Telex: 4430017 lPPNW
Correction of BAN! 0-96:
In the article on the launching of the Abolition 2000 Network, a number of Working
Group convenors were listed. Please note that the convenor of the Working Group on
the Newsletter is not Pamela Meidell since she has been coopted member of the
Ad-Hoc Committee of the Network's Clearinghouse. Instead, Tobias Damjanov
(Germany) will serve as a convenor of this Working Group.