People's Decade for Nuclear Abolition Initiated by Soka Gakkai International(SGI)

  • New Exhibition: Everything You Treasure – For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons
  • Antinuclear Weapons Exhibition: FROM A CULTURE OF VIOLENCE TO A CULTURE OF PEACE Toward a World Free From Nuclear Weapons
  • "Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Women Speak Out for Peace" --The heartfelt words of hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors) who experienced the bombings of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Kikue Shiota Sueko Takada "Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Women Speak Out for Peace"

What We Do

The People's Decade for Nuclear Abolition initiative created by SGI aims to rouse public opinion and help create a global grassroots network of people dedicated to abolishing nuclear weapons.

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The Need to Transform Disregard for Human Life

Kazuo Ishiwatari, Chair, Soka Gakkai Peace Committee

Together with activities for human rights education, sustainable development and humanitarian issues, nuclear weapons abolition is key focus of Soka Gakkai's peace movement.

In September 2007, the SGI launched an international campaign "People's Decade for Nuclear Abolition." In 2012, the organization began touring the exhibition "Everything You Treasure—For a World Free from Nuclear Weapons" to venues around the world. more…

Contributing to the "Global Enterprise" of Nuclear Weapons Abolition

Kimiaki Kawai, Director, Soka Gakkai Peace Committee

The key to abolishing nuclear weapons lies in bringing diverse actors together in what has been called a "global enterprise." Civil society can make important contributions. One example is the role of faith-based organizations such as the SGI. Youth also have an important role to play. "Amplify," for example, is a newly launched international network of youth dedicated to nuclear abolition in which the SGI participates more…

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Survivors Speak

Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Women Speak Out for Peace" is a testament of hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors) who experienced the bombings of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945, and their cries for peace.

  • Toyomi Hashimoto
  • Pok Soon Kwak
  • Kazumi Niwa
  • Ayako Kozuka
  • Aiko Kori
  • Michiyo Yoshimoto
  • Sueko Takada
  • Kikue Shiota

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