International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA)
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1988-04-08 Stockholm Sweden
8-9 Apr 1988, Stockholm (Sweden), at inaugural meeting, following initiatives of USA and USSR national bodies and conference 29-31 Aug 1987. Statutes amended 18 Jan 1992, Amsterdam (Netherlands).
Work for: complete elimination of nuclear arms; prevention of nuclear war; engendering respect by all nations for international law, especially arms control treaties and other associated arrangements. Encourage the steady development of effective mechanisms for peaceful settlement of international disputes. Provide coordination among existing national and regional organizations of lawyers working for the prevention of nuclear war.
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