Precious Young People, Shine Brilliantly!

SGI President Ikeda's monthly message.


Nuclear Famine: 2 Billion People at Risk?

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War’s report on the global impact of nuclear weapons.


60 Years of President Toda’s Declaration for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons

SGI President Ikeda reflects on the 55th anniversary of second Soka Gakkai President Josei Toda’s historic declaration calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons in an essay published in September 2012.


60 Years of Fighting for Nuclear Abolition

The history of SGI’s sustained effort to rid the world of nuclear weapons.


What happened on September 8, 1957?

Celebrating 60 years since 50,000 Soka Gakkai youth gathered at Yokohama’s Mitsuzawa Stadium for the “Festival of Youth.”


Leaders Who Guide Others to Happiness

Part 3: Kosen-Rufu and World Peace, Chapter 24.


Battling with Inertia

Excerpt From SGI President Ikeda’s “The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace.”


I See Buddhism as a Tranquil Religion, but in the SGI
I Hear Terms Like “Victory or Defeat.” Why is This?

The Buddhist concept of striving internally against the negative forces in our lives.


Nuclear Famine: 2 Billion People at Risk?

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War’s report on the global impact of nuclear weapons.


60 Years of President Toda’s Declaration for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons

SGI President Ikeda reflects on the 55th anniversary of second Soka Gakkai President Josei Toda’s historic declaration calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons in an essay published in September 2012.


Leaders Who Guide Others to Happiness

Part 3: Kosen-Rufu and World Peace, Chapter 24.


Battling with Inertia

Excerpt From SGI President Ikeda’s “The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace.”


I See Buddhism as a Tranquil Religion, but in the SGI
I Hear Terms Like “Victory or Defeat.” Why is This?

The Buddhist concept of striving internally against the negative forces in our lives.


Nothing Is More Precious Than Life

Robert Oliver, of Nixa, Missouri, was among the first troops, young men in their teens and 20s, to participate in field exercises where nuclear bombs were detonated.


Drawings by Atomic Bomb Survivors

Illustrations from atomic bombing survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


Interview with Students on the Fight for Nuclear Abolition

From college students around the country.


So That Our Children Might Live

Interview with Dr. Ira Helfand, co-president of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW.)


60 Years of Fighting for Nuclear Abolition

The history of SGI’s sustained effort to rid the world of nuclear weapons.


Ikeda Wisdom Academy: September 2017

The Opening of the Eyes: SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series: Chapter 4


Nothing Is More Precious Than Life

Robert Oliver, of Nixa, Missouri, was among the first troops, young men in their teens and 20s, to participate in field exercises where nuclear bombs were detonated.


Interview with Students on the Fight for Nuclear Abolition

From college students around the country.


So That Our Children Might Live

Interview with Dr. Ira Helfand, co-president of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW.)


Drawings by Atomic Bomb Survivors

Illustrations from atomic bombing survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


Ikeda Wisdom Academy: September 2017

The Opening of the Eyes: SGI President Ikeda’s Lecture Series: Chapter 4