Every second counts for the survivors!
The world faces the grave threat of nuclear weapons. For the survivors every second counts to raise awareness of the fact that humanity is still faced with the existential danger of nuclear weapons, and that all of us can play a role in eliminating this threat.
For over 76-years Hibakusha, survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, has plead for their total abolition. Together with Global Hibakusha - those impacted by nuclear testing, uranium mining and other nuclear development around the world - the survivors of the atomic bombings in 1945 have been in the forefront of the movement advocating for a world free of nucler weapons. Yet as their average age is now over 83 and many have already passed away, the opportunities to listen to their first-hand stories are becoming less and less every day.
Don't miss this opportunity to listen to a Hibakusha who has experienced the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons, and generously share his/her experience aiming for no one ever having to experience what he/she experienced.
After listening to Hibakusha's testimony and hearing about their important work to raise awareness of the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons, you will get the chance to ask questions.
This webinar is arranged by Peace Boat, Norske leger mot atomvåpen and ICAN Norway.
You can contribute to Peace Boat's work to share the Hibakusha's experiences on GoFundMe here.