How can younger generations remain conscious of the risks and actual costs of nuclear weapons? How can we ensure that the humanitarian costs of nuclear weapons are taken into account in nuclear policy and broader security debates? How can we educate the public about the risks and actual costs of nuclear weapons? What strategies can be used to make this education effective and impactful?
On Friday, May 26, at 9am KST (Thursday, May 25, at 8pm EDT), APLN and the International Student/Young Pugwash (ISYP) co-hosted a roundtable to explore strategies on keeping nuclear memories and consciousness alive.