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International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) 1980-

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May 1990

Programme for the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban

This shortened program for the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban broadly describes the daily activities of congress participants. According to the program, the congress will include a variety of receptions, working committees, dinners, press-conferences, and speakers.

May 1990

Program for the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban

A participant program for the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban. In addition to a letter welcoming participants to the congress, a detailed schedule of events, list of speakers, draft appeal to the leaders of nuclear weapons testing states, and map of the area around the participants' hotel in Alma-Ata are included.

June 6, 1990

Letter, Director of Public Affairs and Executive Director of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War to Test Ban Congress Participant June 1990

A letter expressing gratitude for the participants of the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban. The letter expresses hope that participants will continue to build international coalitions in the future and mentions an upcoming January 1991 meeting of the Test Ban Treaty Amendment Conference.

May 1990

Greetings to the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban in Alma-Ata and Semipalatinsk, USSR from Sweden

A first person account of the reasons behind a participants participation in the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban. The author writes that the physical deformities caused by nuclear testing, non-violence, and protection of the planet inspire them to fight for a comprehensive test ban.

April 16, 1990

Letter, Director of Public Affairs of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War to Test Ban Congress Participant

A letter from the Director of Public Affairs of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War providing travel information to participants of the International Citizens Congress for a Nuclear Test Ban. Processing of visas, customs procedures, and an onward flight from Moscow to Alma-Ata are discussed.