|Location:||New Zealand / Aotearoa|
|Subject:||Nuclear issues; nuclear-free zone|
|Producer:||New Zealand Foundation for Peace Studies|
|Distributor:||Facets Multimedia; The Video Project; Pacific PeoplesŐ Partnership Library (rental only)|
|Description:||In 1987 the entire country of New Zealand became a nuclear-free zone, banning nuclear ships from its ports. This film takes a look at the motivations and historical developments that led to this nuclear-free declaration. Through archival news footage and interviews with key leaders, the video describes the events surrounding the declaration and its significance for other countries.|
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