The Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space of which Science for Peace is a member has declared October 4 to 11, 2002 as International Days of Protest to Stop the Militarization of Space
On the evening of October 5 “Keep Space for Peace” will be the topic of discussion for over 100 people from throughout Canada who will travel to Salt Spring Island BC for a national peace conference. Bruna Nota of WILPF, Steve Staples of the Polaris Institute, Alfred Webre of the Institute for Cooperation in Space and the events moderator Carolyn Langdon of Canadian Voice of Women for Peace and Science for Peace will set the stage for theevening. SFP and member groups of the Canadian Network Of Opposition to Starwars (noos) arecertain to be joined by many more individuals and groups who will want to join us in our efforts to press for a Space Preservation Treaty and stop missile defense before it’s launched.
The website of The Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space liststhe actions to takeplace around the world: http://www.space4peace.org