International Philosophers for Peace and the Elimination of Nuclear and Other Threats to Global Existence (IPPNO)
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1983-08-23 Montréal QC Canada
Founded 23 Aug 1983, Montréal (Canada), as International Philosophers for the Prevention of Nuclear Omnicide, at 17th World Congress of Philosophy, when Constitution was approved, by John Somerville and other concerned thinkers. The Secretary-General of the United Nations designated IPPNO, 15 Sep 1987, as a Peace Messenger. Subsequently changed title to International Philosophers for Peace and Prevention of Nuclear Omnicide (IPPNO). Registered in accordance with US law.
Apply the resources of philosophy, in its widest sense of the term, to prevent and eliminate nuclear and other threats to global existence; create an enduring world peace; develop a just social, economic and political basis for peace and human well-being.
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