International Association of Lawyers against Nuclear Arms

Founding Year: 1988

Staff: 28


Christopher Weeramantry (President)

The association works for the elimination of nuclear arms, the strengthening of international law and the development of effective mechanisms for the peaceful settlement of international disputes.” It also strives to “abolish all types of inhumane weapons and to control the international arms trade, advancing concepts of security based on the application of law and legal mechanisms.”




International Association of Lawyers against Nuclear Arms contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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