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Activity History

History 2000 - 1991

year month content
2000 Dec. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
Nov. Protest against Russian sub-critical nuclear test
Oct. [A-bomb exhibition held in Murfreesboro, US; October 7~October 28]
[A-bomb exhibition held in Hannovor, Germany; November 20~December 8]
Sep. Protest against Russian sub-critical nuclear test
5th Executive Conference of the World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held in Hannover, Germany
[A-bomb exhibition held in Santa barbara, US; September 1~September 29]
[A-bomb exhibition held in Wien, Austria; September 5~October 30]
Aug. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
May Representatives (mayor of Nagasaki, deputy mayor of Hiroshima) sent to the Review Conference of the States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) in New York; requests made of various governments and UN-related persons
Apr. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
Mar. Conducted questionnaire survey on Mayors Conference (target: member cities)
Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
Feb. Protest against Russian sub-critical nuclear test
Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
1999 Nov. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
Oct. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
[A-bomb exhibition held in Geneva, Switzerland; October 23~October 31]
Sep. [A-bomb exhibition held in Almaty, Kazakhstan; September 9~September 15]
Aug. [A-bomb exhibition held in Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan; August 22~September 12]
[A-bomb exhibition held in Leeds, England; August 14~October 3]
May In conjunction with the Hague Appeal for Peace 1999, co-sponsor with the International Association of Peace Messenger Cities, held the Hague Conference of the World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity (22 cities in 12 countries represented)
Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki attended the Hague Appeal for Peace 1999 held in The Hague, Netherlands
Feb. Dr. Tadatoshi Akiba, the new Mayor of Hiroshima, assumed office as the new President of Mayors for Peace
Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
1998 Dec. Protest against Russian sub-critical nuclear tests (twice)
Protest against US sub-critical nuclear tests
Oct. [A-bomb exhibition held in Boston, Massachusetts (US); October 15~January 3]
Sep. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear tests
Jul. Representatives attended the international peace conference in Como, Italy, communicating the reality of the A-bomb and the desire for the elimination of nuclear weapons
Jun. Requested member cities in India and Pakistan to strive to raise public consciousness concerning nuclear weapons abolition
May Protest against Pakistani nuclear tests (twice)
Protest against Indian nuclear tests (twice)
[A-bomb exhibition held in Como, Italy; May 2~May 29]
Apr. [A-bomb exhibition held in Aosta, Italy; April 18~June 30]
[A-bomb exhibition held in New Delhi, India; April 10~May 15]
Mar. Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
Feb. [A-bomb exhibition held in Valencia, Spain; February 17~March 29]
Jan. [A-bomb exhibition held in Mumbai, India; January 30~February 19]
Questionnaire survey conducted on the possibility of cooperation between the Mayors for Peace and NGOs (target: 186 international disarmament NGOs)
1997 Nov. Representatives attended General Assembly of the 20th CONGO held in Geneva, Switzerland.
Sep. [A-bomb exhibition held in New York City (US); September 2~October 9]
Protest against US sub-critical nuclear test
Aug. The 4th World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan(117 cities in 33 countries participated)
Mar. [A-bomb exhibition held in Perugia and Assisi, Italy; March 1~March 31]
1996 Aug. [A-bomb exhibition held in Columbia(US), August 20~September 1]
Jul. Protest against Chinese nuclear test
Jun. Protest against Chinese nuclear test
May Held the Geneva Conference of the World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity (attended by 8 cities in 6 countries)
Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki visited Geneva, Switzerland, to place before the ambassadors of the main countries to the Conference on Disarmament (CD) negotiating the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) their demand that the treaty allow no exceptions
Apr. Attended NGO United Nations Conference on Disarmament entitled "1996: Disarmament at a Critical Juncture"
Jan. Protest against French nuclear test
1995 Dec. Protest against French nuclear test
Nov. Protest against French nuclear test
Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki gave oral presentation at the International Court of Justice (The Hague, Netherlands) regarding the illegality of the use of nuclear weapons
Oct. The 4th Executive Conference of the World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held in Volgograd, Russia
Protest against French nuclear tests (twice)
Sep. Protest against French nuclear test
Aug. Protest against Chinese nuclear test
Jul. [A-bomb exhibition held in Washinngton D.C. (US); July 8~ July 27]
Protest against resumption of French nuclear test
Jun. Asia and Pacific Regional Conference of World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held in Hiroshima, Japan (57 cities in 13 countries participated)
Apr. Delegation attended the Review and Extension Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation (NPT) of Nuclear Weapons and opposed indefinite extension of the treaty
1994 Nov. Representatives attended General Assembly of the 19th Conference of NGOs in Consultative Relationship with the UN (CONGO) held in Geneva, Switzerland
1993 Aug. The 3rd World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan (122 cities in 38 countries participated)
Apr. Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki attended the UN NGO Special Session Devoted to Disarmament and appealed for the total elimination of nuclear weapons and lasting world peace
1991 Oct. The 3rd Executive Conference of the World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held in Sacramento, USA
May Accredited as a Category II NGO(currently called a NGO in "Special Consultative Status") of the UN Economic and Social Council
Feb. Mr. Takashi Hiraoka, the new Mayor of Hiroshima, assumed office as the new President of Mayors for Peace
Jan. Mayor of Sacramento attended UN Economic and Social Council NGO Committee Metting and received an endorsement to register in Category II
Proposed to member cities that they issue demands to the countries involved for an end to the Persian Gulf War
Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki attended the Partial Test Ban Treaty Amendment Conference and called for immediate and total ban on nuclear tests
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