British Pugwash projects
British Pugwash runs projects which seek to engage with the government, the scientific community and the public on policy issues.

Current projects include research on the:

  • Ethical aspects of armed robotic systems
  • Impacts of emerging technologies on nuclear-armed submarines
  • Risks of climate change to military infrastructure
  • Future energy options vis-a-vis climate change
  • Arms control options relating to hypersonic cruise missiles.

Recent projects include the WMD Awareness public education campaign and efforts to establish a British Disarmament Institute.

A history project is documenting the history of the Pugwash conferences since the 1950s.

Current projects – feed Projects 2009-2012 – feed Projects 2000-2008 – feed

  • We often publish updates about our project work in newsletters here
  • Many of our projects are implemented with support from external funding, including from charitable foundations.
Education project
British Pugwash also supports an education programme which brings together younger people (aged 5 to 19) with inspirational Nobel Peace Laureates. For more information visit: PeaceJam UK