On December 10th 1995, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs and Sir Joseph Rotblat, the youngest original signee of the Russell-Einstein Manifesto, received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo “for their efforts to diminish the part played by nuclear arms in international politics and, in the longer run, to eliminate such arms.” The first … More Event: The Pugwash Nobel Peace Prize 27 Years On: Reflections and Outlook
International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) shares the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs’ concerns regarding the ongoing war in Ukraine. In light of the core principles of Pugwash and the pursuit of a quick and peaceful resolution to the conflict, and emphasising the need to uphold the foundational principles of the United Nations Charter, ISYP … More ISYP Statement on the War in Ukraine
We are recruiting motivated young scholars and policy practitioners with diverse backgrounds and expertise, ranging from science and technology to political science and international law. Successful candidates will join existing Board Members in Summer 2021 to pursue the main objectives of the group and develop the range of activities and projects. This is a voluntary … More International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) is pleased to announce a call for applications to join our Executive Board
ISYP is pleased to announce that the application process for its 11th international conference is now open. The conference will take place on 28-29 February 2020 in Doha, immediately before the 63rd Pugwash Conference.
Following the 10th ISYP Conference in Astana, a number of the papers presented were selected by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists for inclusion in their “Voices of Tomorrow” section. Joseph Schofield, Northeast Asia’s inflection point for plutonium stockpiling, 2 March 2018 Ezra Friedman, A Gaza seaport: New ideas for conflict management, 21 March 2018