Japanese Citizen Delegation Makes Apology for Japan’s Imperial Army’s Massacre of 300,000 in Nanjing, China in 1937
In a memorable ceremony on October 25, 2013, a delegation of Japanese citizens made an emotional apology to the citizens of Nanjing, China for the massacre by the Japanese Imperial Army of 300,000 Chinese in the city of Nanjing in a six week period in 1937 during the Second Sino-Japanese War and the rape of thousands of women before they were put to death.
8 novembre 2013 - Ann Wright
Nagasaki Peace Declaration in 10 Langueges on-line
10 agosto 2013
International on-line petition
22 giugno 2012
Purtroppo, la traduzione è disponibile soltanto in inglese, ma si tratta di una testimonianza davvero importante, quindi, vogliamo condividerla con voi.
The Asahi Shimbun has recently obtained a copy of the transcripts of testimony given before a government investigation panel by Masao Yoshida, who served as general manager of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant when it succumbed to a Level 7 disaster, the highest on the International Nuclear Events Scale, following the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011.
We greet the morning of the 68th return of “that day.” At 8:15 a.m., August 6, 1945, a single atomic bomb erased an entire family. “The baby boy was safely born. Just as the family was celebrating, the atomic bomb exploded. Showing no mercy, it took all that joy and hope along with the new life.”
7 agosto 2013
28 gennaio 2013 - Yukari Saito
A poem presented at Firenze 10+10 on 10th Novembre 2012
Confession was written by a monk after he had been to a conference and heard Ruri Sasaki and her husband, who still live with their five children in Nihonmatsu (50kms from the Fukushima plant)
18 novembre 2012 - Gerry Blaylock
18 novembre 2012 - Gerry Blaylock
English translation of the article 'Se non ora, QUANDO?' published on Italian daily paper 'Il manifesto' on 9th August 2012
What really is the use of having nuclear power in Japan?
The myth of safe power stations has been exploded with the events in Fukushima.
The government insists on the nuclear supply chain for one reason only: military capacity.
9 agosto 2012 - Yukari Saito
March 11, 2011, is a day we will never forget. ... Here in Hiroshima, we are keenly aware that the survivors of that catastrophe still suffer terribly, yet look toward the future with hope. We see their ordeal clearly superimposed on what we endured 67 years ago.
6 agosto 2012
A world without nuclear power is possible
The Global Conference for a Nuclear free World was held in Yokohama, Japan, on 14th and 15th January 2012
22 gennaio 2012 - Yukari Saito
COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE COUNCIL AND THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT on the comprehensive risk
and safety assessments ("stress tests")
of nuclear power plants in the European Union
4 ottobre 2012
STOP EXECUTIONS IN JAPAN!
Japan has capital punishment by hanging. A large majority of Japanese are in favour of it and often there are executions around this time of the year. However, there have been no executions since 28 July 2010. The current Justice Minister is under a lot of pressure to sign death warrants now.
3 dicembre 2011
3 dicembre 2011 - Maiko TAGUSARI
Celebrating Ernst Schumacher
A brief look at his books: A Guide for the Perplexed & Small is Beautiful
16 luglio 2011 - Gerry Blaylock