Tell the UN why you want to live in a nuclear weapon-free world!

The NGO peace and disarmament community will be showing a five minute
video at the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference at the
United Nations this May, comprised of video clips from people around
the world speaking about their desire to live in a world without
nuclear weapons. FAS encourages you to participate!

Video submissions should answer one of the following questions:

1. Why do you want a nuclear weapon-free world?
2. What worries you about continuing to live in a world that is
threatened by the use of nuclear weapons?

You can address your answers to the diplomats who will be watching the
video at the Conference, or to the world at large. Select responses
will be edited together for the video, which will be shown during the
NGO presentation to the Conference on Friday, 7 May 2010. After the
Conference, the video will be posted on to spread the
message that citizens of the world no longer want to live under the
threat of nuclear weapons.

To submit your video, please go to

Videos should be 2GB or less in size, 90 seconds or less in length,
and have no background music. Only MPEG-4, DV, or .mov video files can
be accepted, so please only submit in these formats. If you do not
speak English in your video, please provide a written text in your own
language and in English as well in either a .doc (word) or .docx
(text) file.

Submissions must be received by 9:00 AM Eastern on Monday, 29 March 2010.

Disclaimer: The designated site administrator reserves the
non-exclusive right to publish or broadcast all or part of all
submissions to the project.

Email Alicia Godsberg at [email protected] if you have any questions.

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