Junayd Islam is one of CND’s youngest, and most dedicated, supporters. Now 14, Junayd became active after attending 2016’s Stop Trident demonstration.

‘I got really interested in the anti-nuclear cause but I didn’t think there was anything I could do because I was too young,’ says Junayd. ‘But then I discovered there was something I could do! I could join Cambridge Student CND! And the rest is history.’

Junayd is now Chair of Cambridge Student CND, and arranges regular stalls, supports CND’s actions and arranges local demonstrations and meetings. Junayd goes on, ‘I support CND because I believe Trident is immoral and a waste of money and that nuclear energy is a waste of time when we could be moving towards renewable energy. I also believe world leaders must make negotiations their plan A instead of threats and war.’

What is 60 faces of CND?
2018 is the 60th anniversary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.

Founded in 1958 at the height of the Cold War, CND has been a powerful collective voice against the dangers of nuclear weapons.

CND’s greatest strength has always been its members.
Incredible people have shaped our history,
our present and will continue to inspire in the future.

Here we take a look at 60 Faces of CND,
60 people who represent all the millions of people
who have campaigned for nuclear disarmament over the decades
and have made our organisation so remarkable.

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