Insight and inspiration are vital for the important mission for peace through awareness and action to minimize the threats from nuclear weapons to people and our planet. How do we verify and respond to the complex reality of nuclear weapons and the humanitarian consequences? How can innovative technologies engage on a personal level and in society at large?
Listen to the conversations between representatives from three organizations that have received the Nobel Peace Prize, alongside international figures in the field:
- Sharon Weiner, Senior Resident Fellow, Carnegie Corporation of New York
- Susanna Pollack, President of Games for Change
- Kjersti Fløgstad, Executive Director, Nobel Peace Center
- Anne Lycke, CEO, NORSAR
- Dr. Cordula Droege, Head of the Legal Division at the ICRC ( International Committee of the Red Cross), Nobel Peace Prize laureate for 1917, 1944 and 1963
- Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons), Nobel Peace Prize laureate for 2017
- Dr. Carlos Umaña, Co-President of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Nobel Peace Prize laureate from 1985
- Dr. Tamara Lilinoe Patton, Stanton Nuclear Security Post-doctoral Fellow, MIT and Executive Producer of “The morning you wake to the end of the world”
- Dr. Kjølv Egeland, Post-doctoral Researcher, Center for international studies, SciencePo
- Mette Vågnes Eriksen, Secretary General, Norwegian Polytechnic Society is the host
These episodes are part of the 2022 Summit on the Modern-Day Nuclear Threat and How to Respond at the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, in collaboration with ICAN Norway, NORSAR and Games for Change.
The conference marked the 25th anniversary of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, and exhibited a groundbreaking and award-winning VR experience on the nuclear threat based on the documentary, «On the Morning you Wake«.