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The GRACE Nuclear Abolition Project



Addressing the toxic legacy of the nuclear age, GRACE works with Abolition 2000 to ban the bomb, and supports UN disarmament initiatives, collective action for sustainable energy, and new solutions for the health and environmental consequences of nuclear waste.
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Address:
15 East 26th St., Room 915
New York , NY 10010
USA
Contact Person: Leena Khandwala
Phone: 212-726-9161
Fax: 212-726-9160
E-Mail: grace@gracelinks.org
Website: http://www.gracelinks.org
   


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The GRACE Nuclear Abolition Project supports initiatives to end the toxic legacy of the nuclear age.

GRACE has a leadership role in Abolition 2000, an international network working for a treaty to eliminate nuclear weapons and for the creation of a Global Sustainable Energy Agency. GRACE is on the Executive Committees of the Middle Powers Initiative, working to bring pressure to bear on nuclear weapons states to enter disarmament negotiations, and Standing for Truth About Radiation (STAR), seeking to prevent further contamination from nuclear power plants and the US nuclear weapons complex, and to find new solutions for the health and environmental consequences of nuclear waste.



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