Date : July 7, 2021
Video report: Hiroshima’s Efforts for World Peace and the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, 76 Years After the Atomic Bombing
post date : 2021.07.07
It has been nearly 76 years since the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. The anniversary of the bombing, August 6, will take place during the Tokyo 2020 Olympics which have been delayed for a year. What message will be sent to the world by this year’s Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony, held during the “celebration of peace” that is the Olympics?
The FPCJ invited atomic bomb survivors Ms. Keiko Ogura and Mr. Fumiaki Kajiya in the online briefing.
The briefing had a total of 18 participants including journalists from USA, Singapore, China, Russia, Denmark, and Germany.
■Date: July 7 (Wed), 2021, 11:30-12:30
■Theme: Hiroshima’s Efforts for World Peace and the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, 76 Years After the Atomic Bombing
■Briefer: Ms. Keiko Ogura, Mr. Fumiaki Kajiya (atomic bomb survivors)
■Language: Simultaneous English translation of original Japanese
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