The Moral Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

Advancing nuclear disarmament is the moral imperative of our time. The Global Security Institute is engaged in a campaign fusing the morality-based calls for nuclear abolition from respected religious leaders and faith-based organizations with the rising momentum among civil society and governments to approach nuclear disarmament as a humanitarian imperative, with the view to inspire negotiations […]

VIDEO: Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass

At the Vienna International Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, the Permanent Mission of the Philippines, GSI, Religions for Peace, the United Religions Initiative, and the World Evangelical Alliance hosted an event “Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass” on December 8, 2015:

Vienna Event: Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass

  The Permanent Mission of the Philippines, Religions for Peace, the Global Security Institute, the United Religions Initiative, and the World Evangelical Alliance   invite you to a discussion on   “Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass”   Co-chaired by Ambassador Libran Cabactulan, Permanent Representative of the Philippines to the United Nations, and Jonathan Granoff, […]

Granoff Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize; Deepak Chopra interview

The Global Security Institute is honored to have its president, Jonathan Granoff, nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of his tireless pursuit of peace and security and a world without nuclear weapons. This week, Jonathan spoke intimately with Deepak Chopra on his early life, mentors, and the trajectory that sent him on […]

Bioethics

Jonathan Granoff wrote a chapter on “Nuclear Weapons” for the fourth edition of the Encyclopedia of Bioethics, published by MacMillan Reference.  Download the full chapter here.