International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War

Founding Year: 1980

Staff: 27

Budget:

 Michael Christ (Executive Director)

Is a “non-partisan federation of physicians’ organizations dedicated to research, education and advocacy relevant to the prevention of nuclear war.” IPPNW is committed to “preventing war and to addressing the causes of armed violence and conflict.” Consequently, it has launched ‘Aiming for Prevention’, a “campaign addressing armed violence from a public health perspective.”

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International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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