The programme this year will be hands-on and creative, open to the public, intellectually interesting, musical and much more.
Discussion and Topics
We will look at what survivor support and environmental cleanup under the Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) have in common with the loss-and-damage approaches of the climate justice movement.
Or how war and the environment are connected, how much the military actually contributes to emissions, and how that will continue.
And with what feminism and nuclear weapons have to do with each other, or how the history of Nörvenich Air Base dates back to the attack on Guernica.
We also have knowledgeable people on topics such as artificial intelligence and nuclear war, anti-nuclear protests in France and humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons at the camp.
THE PRELIMINARY PROGRAM IN DETAIL
Arrival, setting up the camp and getting to know each other through games.
Workshops on nuclear weapons, 2 to 3:30 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m:
- Nuclear war and artificial intelligence – with Karl Hans Bläsius
- Nuclear politics and anti-nuclear (weapons) protest in France – with Cecile Lecomte
- Büchel and „nuclear sharing“ – with Daniel Becker, IPPNW
- War Games – military installations between Rhine and Meuse – with Joachim Schramm, DFG-VK
- Feminism means anti-militarism – with Jackie, IMI
- News from Movement Studies – with Felix Anderl
+ Concert – with Gerd Schinkel, 8:30 p.m.
Vigil at Nörvenich airbase from 6 to 7 am
Workshops on climate, 2 to 3:30 pm:
- Ecodefence – an independent environmentag organisation in the battle against nuclear industry in Russia and Germany (in English) – with Vladimir Slivijak
- Climate crisis as cause of migration (in English) – with Fawad Durrani, Greenpeace
- Hambi as a place of resistance+ Peace song workshop
- Deterrence? What does it mean? – with Marvin Mendyka, Peace Cooperation
Workshop, 8 to 9:30 pm
- „The small Nuclear War“ – The Nuclear Dangers of the Ukraine War – Karl-Wilhelm Koch (evening)
- Press briefing at Nörvenich airbase at 9 am, (please register)
- Panel, 2 to 3:30 p.m.: „Ways to end nuclear sharing: perspectives from three European countries“ (in English) – with Bram Schulte, Vrede (Belgium), Dirk Hoogenkamp, IPPNW (Netherlands), Kim Rosebrock, IPPNW (Germany)
- Workshop, 4 to 6 p.m.: Myths of conspiracy and right-wing infiltration in the peace movement – with Stephan Lindner, attac.
+ Concert: Gustav
- Best practices against infiltration – with Stephan Lindner, attac.
- Help for Nuclear Weapons Survivors – Art. 6 & 7, GCW and the role of Germany – with Juliane Hauschulz and Johannes Oehler, ICAN
- Nuclear Winter – with Lukas Muser (video contribution from the South Pole)
- Nuclear technology – civil as well as military – harms health and environment: How to develop cooperation between the environmental association BUND and IPPNW/ICAN -.
with Klaus Brunsmeier, BUND NRW, Dirk Seifert, BUND, and Ute Rippel-Lau, IPPNW, Angelika Claussen, IPPNW (at 11 am).
- Rethinking Security – with Stephanie Intveen
+ Birthday party, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
+ Theater performance, 4 to 6 p.m.
+ Concert: Techno, 8:30 p.m.
Workshops, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m:
- Climate Killer Military – Disarming for the Climate – with Angelika Claußen, IPPNW.
- The Lützi Experience and its meaning for other movements (Crossroads Lützi-Büchel)
+ Anti-military walk to the air base with Heiner Krüger
Exact details of the locations will follow….
Do you have any ideas what is still missing? Do you want to tell people at the camp what is written in the latest IPCC report or why climate protection is manual work? Can you fold paper cranes? Feel free to contact us if you want to get involved in the camp!