Building Bridges: Resources
IPPNW has a long record of accomplishment in promoting international dialogue and cooperation. IPPNW physicians, health workers and medical students come together as healers – regardless of nationality, ideology or religious orientation – in pursuit of a more peaceful, healthier world without the threat of nuclear destruction. This work is taking place in some of the most volatile regions of the world.
"Against the Odds - Making a Difference in Global Health"
The National Library of Medicine exhibition opened in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of the World Health Organization, and IPPNW’s story is part of a theme on health and peace in "From Conflict to Consensus." Against the Odds: Making a Difference in Global Health tells the many stories of this global health revolution drawing upon a legacy of success, often based on the simplest means. [WEBSITE]
Atomic Photographers Guild
Members of the Atomic Photographers Guild
aim to capture the heft, grit and impact of the nuclear age — an age that has altered the course of human history but exists so covertly that most people think of the Bomb as an abstraction. The Guild works to release its images in books, on walls, and over the web so others can piece together the fragments of what could be our darkest, most enduring legacy. Those who attended the Basel Congress will recall the powerful photographic installation: "The Bomb Among Us" by photographer Robert Del Tredici.
"History made in the Knesset" By Ra’anan Friedmann, IPPNW Israel. June 18, 2013. [Peaceandhealthblog.com]
Expert: Israeli warheads a threat to own security. Lahav Harkov. Jerusalem Post. June 20, 2013.
Collateral Damage: the health and environmental costs of war on Iraq 2002.
Continuing Collateral Damage:
the health and environmental costs of war on Iraq 2003.[PDF]
Enduring Effects of War: Health in Iraq 2004. [PDF]
Rehabilitation Under Fire: Healthcare in Iraq 2003-7. [PDF]