Join us for our 2020 Conference, with our public conference Real security, lessons from the pandemic on Sunday 18th October.

The CND AGM and Policy Conference will take place on Saturday 10th October and, the following weekend, on Sunday 18th October London Region CND will host a public conference of discussion and workshops.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference will be held entirely online. Details on how to join the conference, via Zoom, will be sent by email to registered attendees. Registration has now closed for our AGM and Policy Conference, but you can still register for the public conference on Sunday 18th October here.

AGM and Policy Conference

Here are the important dates to be aware of:

  • Monday October 5: Deadline for emergency resolutions.
  • Friday October 9: Close of voting for elections (at the end of the day).


The deadline for registration for our AGM and Policy Conference has now passed — you can still register for the public conference on Sunday 18th October here.


Please submit emergency resolutions for consideration by CND Conference by the end of Monday 5 October by email to Please see the online form for guidance on writing resolutions, and the CND Conference Standing Orders for the full rules governing resolutions. If you do not receive a confirmation within three days please email The deadline for submitting ordinary and special (constitutional) resolutions has now passed.

Nominations & elections

We will be holding the elections online in advance of this year’s conference, and the results will be announced at the AGM on Saturday October 10. Voting will open after the close of registration (Friday 3 October) and will close at midnight at the end of Friday 9 October. Registered attendees will receive candidate statements and information on how to cast their ballots by email.

Real security, lessons from the pandemic

On Sunday 18th October we’ll discuss “Real security, lessons from the pandemic,” hosted by London Region CND. We’re very glad to have Jeremy Corbyn MP, Professor Paul Rogers and Mayor of Newham Rokhsana Fiaz joining us.

We’ll kick off with a discussion on lessons from the pandemic, followed by parallel sessions on: visions of a green world, security for the many, and creative campaigning. You can also learn how to make a paper crane, and tour our online exhibition Time, Memory and Nuclear Weapons.

The Sunday is open to everyone, but please register at Eventbrite.