The 74th Peace Memorial Ceremony since the Atomic Bombing
―In concert with the city of Nagasaki and kindred spirits around the world, we
pledge to make every effort to achieve the total elimination of nuclear weapons
and beyond that, a world of genuine, lasting peace―

Memorial Gathering for Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Victims
Former Ambassador to the Republic of Bulgaria Takashi Koizumi appointed
as this Foundation's New Chairperson

Mayors for Peace send delegation to coincide with third preparatory
committee for the 2020 NPT Review Conference

Visit to United States to attend Annual Meeting of the United States
Conference of Mayors

Mayors for Peace Secretary-General visits the United States to attend the
2019 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference and other events

Forum to commemorate 2nd anniversary of the adoption of the Treaty on
the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
New Arrivals Exhibit
Venue: Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, East Building B1F, Special Exhibition
Period: March 29, 2019-March 1, 2020
Contents: 232 atomic bomb artifacts and other items donated in fiscal year 2017

Paintings of the Atomic Bombing Complete
―High school students paint pictures of the A-bomb experience―
Memoir of the A-bombing
"Memories of that day"
by Hiroaki Kawasaki, Atomic Bomb Witness for this Foundation
Thinking about Peace:
"Sharing the truth of 'absolute rejection of nuclear power'"
by Haruko Moritaki, Co-Representative of the Hiroshima Alliance for Nuclear
Weapons Abolition (HANWA)

2020 Peace memorial Hall Special Exhibition
A Tale of Two Brothers Across Time
―Hiroshima Artist Gorō Shikoku and the Diary of Naoto on His Deathbed―

Venue: Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims B1F,
Temporary Exhibition Area
Period: January 1-December 29, 2020

Thinking about Peace:
"Hiroshima Japanese Class and International Exchange"
by Suzue Mitsuhara, Representative, Hiroshima Japanese Class
Hiroshima City Consultation Service for International Residents
―Consultation service expanded from September 2019―
Welcoming UN Disarmament Fellows
Support for universities offering Hiroshima-Nagasaki Peace Study Course
~International Christian University, Carleton College, Indiana University-Purdue
University Indianapolis~

Sister City and Friendship City Day Commemorative Events
Introducing sister and friendship cities to citizens
~Daegu Day, Hanover Day and German experience at Ninoshima~
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