ICAN & the SGI

A list of collaborative projects.

Photo: iStockphoto / summertree1914.

1. “Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Women Speak Out for Peace,” testimonials of atomic bomb survivors on video. (

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2. “Everything You Treasure— For a World Free From Nuclear Weapons,” an exhibition that sheds light on nuclear disarmament from
12 perspectives—humanitarian, environmental, medical, economic, human rights, energy, scientific, political, spiritual, gender, generational and security. The exhibition has been shown in 79 cities in 19 countries. (

Photo: Justin McAfee.

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3. International Youth Summit for Nuclear Abolition: 30 young nuclear disarmament activists from 23 countries, including SGI youth, gathered in Hiroshima in August 2015 to discuss future strategies aimed at eliminating nuclear weaponry on a global scale. The summit culminated in their authoring of “Generation of Change: A Youth Pledge for Nuclear Abolition,” serving as an avenue to educate and spread awareness among their peers (see Sept. 18, 2015, World Tribune).

Photo: Seikyo Press / ICAN

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4. “Reshape History,” a short animation released this past September about the risks of nuclear war and the importance of the U.N. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. (


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