March 2007: 'Nuclear disarmament: a moral imperative': address by Rev. Patrick Comerford to the AGM of Irish CND, March 2007.
March 2007: Letter to the Taoiseach and to the Minister for Foreign Affairs protesting against the use of Shannon Airport.
January 2007: A letter to the British Ambassador on the proposed replacement of the Trident missiles and submarines.
March 2006: Letter to newspapers about the joint American and British subcritical test .
Autumn 2005 issue of Irish CND's newsletter Peacework.
August 2005: Press release announcing the 2005 Hiroshima commemoration.
Spring 2005 issue of Irish CND's newsletter Peacework.
March 2005: Submission to the National Forum on Europe on the European Constitution.
Autumn 2004 issue of Irish CND's newsletter Peacework.
August 2004: Press release announcing the 2004 Hiroshima commemoration.
August 2003: Speech delivered by the President of Irish CND at the 2003 commemoration of the Hiroshima bomb.
August 2003: Press release announcing the 2003 Hiroshima commemoration.
March 2003: A letter to the French Ambassador delivered on 25 March 2003 congratulating the French government on its stand against the Iraq war.
February 2003: A letter from the President of Irish CND on the new generation of nuclear weapons, published in the Irish Times.
February 2003: A letter from the Chairperson of Irish CND contrasting the attitudes of the French and Irish governments to the threatened war on Iraq, published in the Sunday Business Post.
August 2002: Speech delivered by the President of Irish CND at the 2002 commemoration of the Hiroshima bomb.
August 2002: Press release announcing the 2002 Hiroshima commemoration.
August 2002: A message sent from the 2002 Hiroshima commemoration to a conference in Hiroshima of Atomic and Hydrogen Bomb Survivors.
February 2002: Irish CND made a submission to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs for the purposes of its discussion of the enlargement of the European Union.
November 2001: Irish CND made a submission to the National Forum on Europe which was established by the Government after the defeat of the referendum on the Treaty of Nice.
September 2001: A letter from the Chairperson of Irish CND condemning the authorisation of the use of Irish airports for the Afghanistan war, published in The Irish Times (2nd item under the heading 'Terrorist attacks in the United States").
August 2001: A letter published in The Sunday Tribune on the continuing danger of nuclear weapons, from the Vice-chairperson of Irish CND.
August 2001: Here is the speech delivered by the President of Irish CND at the 2001 commemoration of the Hiroshima bomb.
August 2001: Press release announcing the 2001 Hiroshima commemoration.
July 2001: A letter (unpublished) to the editor of The Irish Times by the Vice-chairperson of Irish CND following a series of articles on the American plans for missile defence.
May 2001: On the occasion of a visit from the Gensuikyo (Japan Council against A and H Bombs) a press release was issued announcing a ceremony at Irish CND's cherry tree.
October 2000: The most recent additions to the list of nuclear-armed states were India and Pakistan. In both countries there has been opposition to their nuclear policies. Two leading activists in India and Praful Bidwai and Achin Vanaik, were awarded the Seán MacBride Peace Prize for their opposition. This peace prize is awarded by the International Peace Bureau and sponsored by Irish CND. Here is a press release issued by Irish CND on this occasion.
July 2000: A letter published in The Irish Times on European Union defence initiatives, from the President of Irish CND.
November 1999: A press release on the nuclear accident at Tokaimura in Japan.
September 1999: PfP Nato's new political weapon, DU Nato's new "peace" weapon. This leaflet on the Partnership for Peace and depleted uranium was issued by Irish CND in September 1999. For copies of the leaflet, e-mail here. Click here for the text of the leaflet.
April 1999: A letter on the Partnership for Peace published in the Irish Examiner under the title 'Choosing your bomb target' and in The Irish Times under the title 'NATO attacks on Yugoslavia' (second item; I.T. subscribers only), from the Chairperson of Irish CND.
January 1999: A pamphlet on the Partnership for Peace, published jointly by Irish CND and the Peace and Neutrality Alliance.
November 1998: A letter on the Partnership for Peace submitted to newspapers by the Vice-chairperson of Irish CND.
May 1998: The text of a press release on the occasion of a press conference held by Irish CND to call for a No vote to the Amsterdam Treaty.
May 1998: A letter on the Amsterdam Treaty published in The Irish Times, from the Chairperson of Irish CND.
April 1998: An article published in Irish CND's newsletter Peacework on the Amsterdam Treaty. (Other articles in that issue of Peacework are not available on-line.)
February 1998: A press statement: Irish CND criticises US on the Gulf issue.
January 1998: Apress statement calling for a No vote in the referendum on the Amsterdam Treaty.
August 1996: Why do we still need nuclear disarmament? This is an unpublished draft leaflet for Irish CND which gives the position in August 1996 (later estimates at end).
October 1994: White paper on foreign affairs: In preparation for the Government's white paper on foreign affairs, the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs invited submissions. This is Irish CND's submission in October 1994.