International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
Check out the list below, to see if your city, council or state has already taken the Cities Appeal. If they have not,reach out to your city council or elected representatives and urge them to do so. This process is different in each city, so get in touch with your local authorities to ask which steps you'll need to take.
Get social! All over the world, people are sharing the campaign by sharing pictures and stories of the places they love in their cities. Join them using #ICanSave.
Check out our Resources below, and keep an eye on this space.To help you get started, you will find print versions and translations of the appeal at the bottom of this page. We have also listed some of the campaigns that are actively working to get cities on board, per country. Soon, we'll be sharing some of the experiences of campaigners around the world and how they got their cities on board.
Has your city already called on your government to join the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, but is it not on the list? Are you actively trying to get more cities involved in your country? It's possible we may have overlooked it! let us know in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org A little inspiration goes a long way (and so do tips, tricks and resources!).
ICAN PARTNERS WORKING ON THE CITIES APPEAL IN YOUR COUNTRY:
Get in touch with ICAN Deutschland and IPPNW Germany to find out which German cities are already in motion to endorse the appeal, or how you can get your city involved.
ICAN partner Peace Boat is active in getting Japanese cities and elected public officials to speak up in support of the Nuclear Ban Treaty. Mayors for Peace and its network of over 1700 Japanese cities support the ICAN Cities Appeal.
In the Netherlands
ICAN Partner PAX is working on the Cities Appeal. Find out more and get involved at nonukes.nl
ICAN Norge is the ICAN partner working to get Norwegian cities on board.