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Mayors for Peace aims to expand its membership to create real momentum for the realization of a peaceful world without nuclear weapons.

Currently, Mayors for Peace has grown 8,000 member cities from 165 countries and regions, but we need 2,000 more cities to reach our target.

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Apr. 27, 2022 Activities  Activities  NEWMontréal stands with Ukraine
Apr. 27, 2022 Activities  Activities  NEWMayors for Peace France (AFCDRP) discusses the role of sport in peace efforts with students and experts at conference, “Sport, an Answer for Peace”
Apr. 27, 2022 Activities  Activities  NEW“Hiroshima—The Atomic Bomb Inferno,” exhibition of Shigeyoshi Kawakatsu at the 85th anniversary of the Bombing of Gernika
Apr. 27, 2022 Activities  Activities  NEWCommemorating the 34th anniversary of Halabja Genocide
Mar. 29, 2022 Activities  Activities  AFCDRP-Mayors for Peace France participated in conference on 1MSP of the TPNW
Mar. 29, 2022 Activities  Activities  Fostering new alliances on nuclear disarmament and peace agendas: Mayors for Peace participation at the UCLG Retreat
Mar. 29, 2022 Activities  Activities  Allonnes supports Open Letter of Mayors for Peace addressed to NPT States Parties and commissions fresco for peace
Mar. 29, 2022 Activities  Activities  Peace Tree in Leeds commemorates passing of Leeds Council resolution favouring Treaty Ban
Feb. 28, 2022 Activities  Activities  Events welcoming the first anniversary of the entry into force of the TPNW
Feb. 28, 2022 Activities  Activities  The City of Lasséran unveiled a fresco dedicated to peace

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