Exhibition Tour

Antinuclear Exhibition: "Everything You Treasure – For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons"

In August of 2012, in collaboration with International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons and with support of like-minded individuals and organizations, SGI launched a new antinuclear exhibition titled "Everything You Treasure – For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons." The official launch was organized on the occasion of the 20th IPPNW World Congress in Hiroshima.

The exhibition consists of 3 sections with a total of 40 panels.

  • Section 1: What do we treasure?
  • ・ Human security and sustainability: a safe and secure life for all
  • ・ Nuclear weapons: historical realities and continuing threat
  • ・ Reflection: Viewers are invited to reflect on what is most important to them (and the need to protect this from nuclear weapons)
  • Section 2: Learning more
  • ・ Understanding the nuclear weapons issue from 12 perspectives: Humanitarian, Environmental, Medical, Economic, Human Rights, Energy, Scientific, Political, Spiritual, Gender, Generational and Security
  • Section 3: Changing Our Worldview
  • ・ Disarmament achievements and next steps; realizing a Nuclear Weapons Convention (NWC)
  • ・ We ourselves are the solution: New awareness and solidarity
  • ・ The future you want: Viewers are invited to share their personal commitment to action

List of venues where the exhibition has been held

October 2014 University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, USA)
July 2014 Almedalen Week 2014 (Gotland island, Sweden)
June 2014 Fujisawa City Hall (Kanagawa, Japan)
May 2014 Twin 21 Atrium (Osaka, Japan)
May 2014 The Korean National Assembly Building (Seoul, Korea)
April 2014 United States Institute of Peace (Washington, D.C., USA)
March 2014 Soka Gakkai Okinawa Peace Training Center (Okinawa, Japan)
February 2014 Second Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons
(Nayarit, Mexico)
November 2013 The 5th Nagasaki Global Citizens' Assembly for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (Nagasaki, Japan)
September 2013 NTT CRED Hall (Hiroshima, Japan)
(Launch of the Japanese language version)
September 2013 University of Chicago (Chicago, USA)
September 2013 SGI-Spain Culture Center (Madrid, Spain)
August 2013 SGI-Philippines Culture Center (Metro Manila, Philippines)
August 2013 University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand) 
June-July 2013 World Council of Churches Geneva Ecumenical Centre (Geneva, Switzerland)
April-May 2013 UN Office at Geneva during the Second Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) for the 2015 NPT Review Conference (Geneva, Switzerland)
March 2013 ICAN Global Civil Society Forum (Oslo, Norway) 
August 2012 20th World Congress of the IPPNW (Hiroshima, Japan)
(Launch of the English language version of the Exhibition)
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