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“The Arms Control Association and all of the staff I've worked with over the years … have this ability to speak truth to power in a wide variety of venues.”
– Marylia Kelley
Tri-Valley Communities Against a Radioactive Environment
June 2, 2022
ACA Annual Meeting

2024 Annual Meeting - Press Registration

2024 Arms Control Association Annual Meeting

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ACA members, friends, colleagues—please join us at our 2024 Annual Meeting, Friday, June 7, at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.  The theme of our 2024 Annual Meeting is: "Moving Back from the Nuclear Brink"

Our one-day conference will feature keynote speakers and expert panels considering some of the most pressing arms control, nonproliferation, and disarmament challenges, and how we can effectively address them.

Final program details, including the list of speakers and panels, will be posted here once available. Topics we expect to address include:

  • How Much Is Enough? Looming Decisions on U.S. Nuclear Force Size and Spending
  • Toward a More Effective and Humane U.S. Arms Transfer Policy   
  • The Role of Congress in Reducing the Nuclear Danger
  • Future Pathways on Nuclear Arms Control and Disarmament

Secure your seat early by becoming a Sponsor and helping us to meet new and difficult challenges, reach new audiences, and train the next generation of arms control leaders. Sponsorship includes registration.

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If you prefer to register only (not be a sponsor), please register via our Basic Registration page.

 

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Register to join us Friday, June 7 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. for our 2024 annual members meeting.

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