Mayors for Peace to host Peace Education Webinar

February 28, 2024 (Livestream registration open until February 26)

Mayors for Peace will host a peace education webinar to provide an opportunity for young leaders involved in peace activities to share information on their activities and exchange opinions. This initiative aims to stimulate youth-led peace activities in member cities.

The webinar will be streamed live and anyone interested is welcome to join. We cordially invite you to register for this insightful event. Join us in discovering the passion of the youths engaged in various peace activities!

Livestream Registration

Register for the livestream from here by February 26 (Mon.), 2024, 12:00 noon (Japan time)!

Those who are registered will receive an email containing a link to the livestream at the registered email address on February 26 (Mon.). If you do not receive the email, please contact the Mayors for Peace Secretariat at mayorcon@pcf.city.hiroshima.jp.

Snapshot from a previous webinar

Date and Time

February 28 (Wed.), 2024, from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (Japan time)

Platform

Zoom (Livestreamed on YouTube)

Language

English

Program, Facilitator, and Presenters

Program
  • Video Message from MATSUI Kazumi, President of Mayors for Peace and Mayor of Hiroshima
  • Outline of Webinar Proceedings
  • Lecture on the International Situation Surrounding Nuclear Weapons
  • Presentations by Youths
  • Discussion
  • Summary by Facilitator and Closing Remarks
Facilitator

Ms. Keiko Nakamura (Associate Professor, Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition, Nagasaki University)

Scheduled Presenters
Organization / Title Name Participating from
Hiroshima Municipal Funairi High School Ms. Himari Ideno
Ms. Miku Oda
Japan
Wellington City Council Ms. Phoebe Lockett New Zealand
Universiti Malaya Mr. Ho Yong Qi Malaysia
ICAN Germany Ms. Janina Rüther Germany
Nagasaki Youth Delegation Ms. Chinami Hirabayashi
Ms. Noa Yasumoto
Japan
Communications and Sustainable Security Consultant Ms. Vanda Proskova Belgium
Members of the first-ever cohort of the Youth Leader Fund for a World Without Nuclear Weapons, UNODA Ms. Kerese Oakley-Williams Jamaica