In our latest commentary from our New European Voices on Existential Risk (NEVER) network, Michaela Higgins Sørensen explores and refutes the claim that young people are not interested in the nuclear space and calls for the sector to provide the appropriate support for young people to engage in the world of nuclear disarmament successfully.
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Ivan is a Master's Student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, majoring in international relations, and focusing on the potential implications of emerging technologies on national and global security. His keen interest in science and technology policy comes from his experience in nuclear...
On the 21st of July, the ELN co-hosted a private screening of Christopher Nolan’s critically acclaimed film ‘Oppenheimer’ with a range of peace and security partners. We asked nuclear policy experts in attendance what they made of the film and its relevance for arms control, non-proliferation, and nuclear threats today.
In May, the ELN’s New European Voices on Existential Risk (NEVER) network convened for the first time for a discussion of existential risk, how policymakers should react to it, and why diverse voices matter in the existential risk space.