Apply for Assistance

To help establish Hiroshima-Nagasaki Peace Study Courses in universities around the world, the Cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation offer the following forms of support. Please be aware that any monetary support will only be provided within the limits of the secretariat budget.

■At the point of course recognition■
 Provision of study materials
 We provide study materials designed to enhance understanding of core issues.
 (See the List of Materials)

■At any time■
 Please understand that arrangements may not be possible exactly as requested due to factors
 such as lecturers' schedules.
  (1)Introduction/dispatch of atomic bomb survivors and academics
     Introduction to atomic bomb survivors with the purpose of offering testimonies and
     academics on the related field as a lecturer for the recognized course. The Secretariat will
     provide monetary support for travel expenses for lecturers (which are offered in Japan)
     and remuneration for courses within the limits of the secretariat budget.

     A list of lecturers introduced in the past (PDF)

 (2)Online atomic bomb survivor testimonies and A-Bomb Legacy Successors talks
    Universities in Japan
    Arrangement of online talks by A-Bomb Legacy Successors.
    Universities overseas
    Arrangement of online testimony by atomic bomb survivors.

 (3)Useful Resources for Peace Education
    Video: "The Origin of Violence and War: Considering Human
    Evolution from the Perspective of Gorillas" created by Research Center for
    Nuclear Weapons Abolition, Nagasaki University (RECNA)

  *The forms of support are offered for fieldwork in Hiroshima and Nagasaki upon request.
   ①If you would like arrangements for a field study in Hiroshima, please download and fill in
    the application form:

    Application Form for Field Study in Hiroshima

   ②Please contact Nagasaki City Peace Promotion Division (TEL: +81-95-844-9923,
    E-mail: heiwa@city.nagasaki.lg.jp) if you would like arrangements for a field study in
    Nagasaki.

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