Science for Peace
A Peace Education NGO based
at the University of Toronto
Analysis & Research
Meet our Experts
Meetings for Members
Dilemmas in Promoting Nonviolence
An Open Letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland,
Science for Peace: Facing the Existential Threats
The War in Ukraine Shows Nuclear Weapons Must Be Abolished
How Nonviolent is Nonviolent Action?
Bringing an End to the Conflict in Ukraine
The Viability of Nonviolent Defence Today
Demilitarization: Is It Time for Civilian-Based Defense?
3 NATO gambles that have played a big role in the horrors of war in Ukraine
Unattractive Options in the Ukraine Crisis: What is to be done?
Science for Peace Calls for a Peaceful Settlement in Ukraine
NATO, Russia and the Ukraine Issue
Fears of war, Canada – China
Destined for War, Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?: A Review
NINE CANADA BREACHES OF U.N. PEACE POLICIES
Le Canada de Trudeau censure les Nations Unies
The Campaign for Canadian Accession to the UN’s Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons
Commanding Hope: A Review
Science for Peace conducts research analysis through its Working Groups.