We look forward to welcoming you to CND’s AGM and annual conference, which this year will be held on Saturday & Sunday October 19-20 at St Thomas’ Hospital, London, opposite the Houses of Parliament.

This year we are privileged to host the Triennial Congress of the Nobel prize-winning International Peace Bureau on the Sunday of our conference, under the banner: ‘21st century security: challenges and solutions’. Please join us! You can find out more by visiting the dedicated page for the joint Sunday conference.

CND AGM & policy conference 2019


The deadline for registration has now passed, but you can still attend the AGM and policy conference as an observer. Please email the CND office or enquire at the registration desk on Saturday.

How to get to conference

There is full information on the St Thomas’ Hospital website about how to get there. We strongly recommend that you come by public transport. Please enter the hospital by the main entrance, which you can reach from Westminster Bridge Road, and follow the signs for the CND conference. This map of the inside of the hospital shows how to reach Governors’ Hall from the main entrance.

Conference booklet

thumbnail of Conference 2019 booklet reduced sizeFor the essential information about conference please see our 2019 conference booklet,  which includes the agendas for the CND AGM & policy conference and the 21st Century Security conference on Sunday, as well as all resolutions, amendments and CND Council candidate statements.


  • 10am: Registration opens
  • 10.35: AGM starts
  • 11.15: Campaigns presentation and questions
  • 11.50: Tea break
  • 12.10pm: Treasurer’s report and questions
  • 12.45: Lunch
  • 1.40: CND Conference policy debates
  • 3.15: Afternoon break
  • 3.30: Conference re-opens
  • 5.00: Close of conference

Seán MacBride Peace Prize ceremony and evening reception

On Saturday evening, after the CND AGM and policy conference, we will be hosting an evening reception at which CND Vice-President Bruce Kent will be awarded the Seán MacBride Peace
Prize, for his lifelong commitment to the peace movement. For more information about the prize please see the International Peace Bureau’s website.

The reception on Saturday evening is also a chance to welcome our international guests, who are in London to attend the IPB triennial meeting on Saturday and the 21st Century Security conference on Sunday. Please join us!

The reception will start at 5:30pm on Saturday October 19 in the Central Hall of St Thomas’
Hospital, opposite the entrance to the Governors’ Hall suite.


Would your organisation like to have a stall at CND Conference? Email Rob at officemanager@cnduk.org.

If you have any further queries please send us an email.