The Forum was established following the International Conference on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe held in Luxembourg on May 24-25, 2007. Today the Forum is one of the largest non-governmental organisations uniting leading, world-renowned experts on non-proliferation of nuclear arms and arms reduction and limitation.
Leading international experts on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament are discussing the most acute problems of the nuclear weapons non-proliferation regime, challenges of control over nuclear arms limitation and gradual reduction, and current state and prospects of relations between the leading nuclear powers – Russia and U.S. – in the context of international security.
Overview: A high-level panel of scientists and experts will address current issues on nuclear security, disarmament and suppression of acts of nuclear terrorism at a London conference next month.
Joint conference, with the International Luxembourg Forum and the Nuclear Threat Imitative, on preventing a crisis in the control over proliferation of nuclear weapons and efforts against nuclear terrorism
On December 10, 2013, a meeting of the Supervisory Council of the Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe was convened in Warsaw.
Members of the Supervisory Council summed up the Forum’s work over the past year, analyzed the existing situation with regard to the limitation and reduction of nuclear weapons, non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and formulation of the criteria for secure nuclear tolerance, and defined tasks for 2014.