Our activities range from studies of science-related policy issues, regular public discussion meetings and public education events to engagement with politicians and government officials. Our publications include in-depth scientific and policy research as well as public position statements and factual comment to the media.
Current projects include working to establish a Disarmament Institute (BRINDI), participating in the Nuclear Weapons Policy Liaison Group, and researching future energy options. A history project is helping to document the history of the Pugwash conferences since the 1950s. We also host two public education programmes, WMD Awareness and PeaceJam UK.
The British Pugwash Group is a membership organisation that brings together scientists and others concerned with international affairs and disarmament. There is a particular focus on encouraging engagement of young people, especially young scientists.
Members of British Pugwash were delighted to participate in a ceremony on 6th November 2017, in which a plaque honouring Sir Joseph Rotblat was unveiled on the corner of Bury Place and Great Russell Street, London (WCIB 3BJ).…