Founded in 2017, The Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security advocates for peace and nuclear disarmament with justice. Our priorities include working for nuclear weapons abolition and common security diplomacy among the great powers. CPDCS serves as a bridge between peace and nuclear disarmament movements in U.S., Asia, and Europe and contributes to intersectional organizing.

We produce resources, organize conferences and forums, and provide speakers on these and related subjects.

Our program work includes:

Lead organizer of Two Minutes to Midnight conference in New York City that featured speakers including Sergio DuarteDaniel EllsbergChristine HongZia MianNoam Chomsky and Medea Benjamin.

Learn more about Intersectional Working Meeting. Published articles on U.S.-North Korean relations, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Doomsday Clock announcement, the nuclear challenges of the Trump era, and NATO. In addition, President and CEO Joseph Gerson has had several Lecture & Speaking engagements including: Keynote speaker, World Conference against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs Shizoka

Hiroshima and Bikini Day commemorations

Dr. Gerson has brought his important message to Brussels, a speaking tour in Australia, and to the Randall Forsberg Conference at Cornell University. In the US, he has spoken in cities including, Philadelphia and New York, and in small towns in Massachusetts: Bedford, Belmont, and Chatham.

Lastly, Dr. Gerson is an active participant in the International Peace Bureau, Korea Peace Network, Massachusetts Peace Action Nuclear Disarmament Working Group, and the founding meeting of the new European Nuclear Disarmament Network.

Funding for CPDCS initially came from individuals. Contributions were made to establish the organization, to fund its initial programming, to develop a strong local and regional base, and to reinforce our international partnerships. We depend on contributions from committed individuals and, as appropriate, foundations. Please donate early and often.