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  • CND Heddwch 18 Winter 1998-89

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'Heddwch' is the supporter magazine for CND Cymru, the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, published roughly quarterly from 1991 to the present day.

Contents

Page 1:
• Nuclear Waste coming home to roost?- Omega Pacific proposes using Trecwn in North Pembrokeshire as a nuclear waste dump.

Page 2:
• Walking in the steps of Vanunu- A week-long vigil is held in Israel calling for release of Mordechai Vanunu.
• The Citizens War Crimes Inspection Team at Nato Headquarters. July 1998- CND participated in the “Citizens’ War Crimes Inspections” in Brussels.

Page 3:
• Unleashing Vengeance: Labour Launches fourth illegal Trident Submarine
• Swedish Ploughshares activists in English prisons for attempting to disarm Vengeance
• East Timorese human rights activist, Arsenio Beno visits Cardiff

Page 4:
• Trident Ploughshares 2000 Bait the Gareloch Monster- Trident Ploughshares activists attend a fortnight-long protest at Faslane Peace Camp.
• Scottish Magistrates refuse to think the unthinkable- Faslane activists are freed from prison but magistrates do not accept the British Government are guilty of war crimes.

Page 5:
• Trawsfynydd ‘Safestore’ Planning Application- BNFL Magnox Ltd has submitted a planning application for a ‘safestore’ at Trawsfynydd decommissioning nuclear power station.
• Criggon: enough to make your hair stand on end- CND Cymru joined Trident Ploughshares 2000 group for a War Crimes Inspection of Criggion radio station.
• Headless chickens- The move to stop testing meat, soil and coastal samples for radiation by North Welsh County Councils is potentially dangerous.

Page 6:
• Nuclear power in decline: is the prophecy at last coming true?- Nuclear power will most likely be phased out between the years 2010-2020.
• Chernobyl safer than Cumbria- Levels of radiation around Sellafield shown to be 400 times greater than found at the same distance from Chernobyl.
• Childhood leukaemia on the Irish Sea Coast- Research shows a greatly increased risk of leukaemia along the Irish Sea coast of Wales.
• Universal health costs 3% of military expenditure
• Sellafield MOX plant - an obstacle course for BNFL- Problems ahead for BNFL’s plans to start up a new plant producing MOX fuel.
• Happy Birthday WISE!- The World Information Service on Energy celebrates its 20th anniversary.
• Eurofighter: did the German people vote against it?- Changing German politics will hopefully put a stop to plans for the Euro-fighter 2000 aircraft.

Page 7:
• Marlam Hanza - back in Iraq- The four year old girl brought to Britain for leukaemia treatment is now back home in Iraq.
• Kosova: self determination, like peace, is a process- The eruption of violence in Kosova brings the region to the centre of international attention.
• John Hume and David Trimble, men with vision and hope- John Hume and David Trimble received the Nobel Peace Prize.
• The Campaign for a Nuclear Free Belarus- Activists in Belarus launch an anti-nuclear campaign.
• CND Cymru Annual Conference September 1998

Page 8:
• Mr. Clinton: two bombs don’t make a right- CND Cymru condemns cruise missile attacks by the US against targets in Afghanistan and Sudan.
• CND Cymru Lobby Network - get involved from the comfort of your own home!
• “Nuclear Chocolate”- another reason to boycott Nestle
• Liberal Democrats and Nelson Mandela call for nuclear disarmament- The Liberal Democrats echo Nelson Mandela’s plea for nuclear countries to disarm.
• Calling Labour Party members! Trident and the National Policy Forum- CND and Labour CND will be calling for Trident to be scrapped at the forum.

Page 9:
• From New York to Pencoed - 50 years of Human Rights!- The Welsh Centre for International Affairs celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
• Book review: Ray Newton: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back? The social history of a left wing activist - a case study

Page 10:
• Postal Slip to join the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
• Remembering War - a resource pack for teachers and students from the Peace Pledge Union: Advert.
• Diary Dates- Important dates for the months ahead.
• CND Cymru Contacts
• Peace Camps- Dates and contacts.

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