The Nuclear Education Trust relies on charitable donations to continue its work. Few issues polarise debate as much as nuclear weapons but unfortunately the issues are not widely discussed in great depth. NET exists to improve this situation, funding work with all ages to improve understanding of this vital issue. The current work of the Trust focuses on informing the continuing Trident replacement debate by furthering it's previous work on defence diversification.  

For many, job security for those working in the nuclear weapons industry is an important factor and the Trust's previous research on the future of Barrow under different alternatives to Trident replacement, contributed to the debate.  The Trust has now expanded on this research with a review on how a future Defence Diversification Agency could work, taking in lessons from abroad.  This work has been well received by Trade Unions and various political parties and the Trust is taking advice on how to further this work. It urgently needs your support.

NET is also concerned about the level of nuclear education in our schools and a new project to survey this is being planned and funding sought. Any help you can give to this project will be enormously helful.

Please make a donation if you can. All donations, however small or large, are gratefully received. 

You can donate to NET using the Donate button below, which leads to our PayPal account. All donations made by UK taxpayers are eligible for Gift Aid

If you would prefer to send a cheque please make it out to the Nuclear Education Trust and send it to NET, 162 Holloway Road, London N7 8DQ. Don't forget to fill out a Gift Aid form if you are a UK tax payer.

Donors who would like to make a significant donation may like to sponsor an event such as the launch of a research report, support the work undertaken to complete a research project or cover the cost of printing a set of reports. Please contact us if you are interested in helping with any of these. 



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