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Press Releases | Dec 8 2009

Faiths Join to Stress Vital Challenge of Nuclear Abolition at Melbourne Parliament of World's Religions

Tokyo, Japan: Buddhist, Christian, Jewish and Muslim representatives joined voices during the Parliament of the World's Religions in Melbourne, Australia, on December 7, calling for moral leadership by the world's religions in the effort to abolish nuclear weapons. Dr. Sue Wareham, former president of the Medical Association for Prevention of ... read more

Press Releases | Sep 8 2009

SGI President Issues Five-Point Plan Toward Nuclear Abolition

Tokyo, Japan: Daisaku Ikeda, president of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI) Buddhist association, issued a proposal Sept. 8 outlining concrete steps toward the abolition of nuclear weapons. A vocal opponent of these inhumane weapons for more than 50 years, he stresses that we now have a unique opportunity to ... read more

Press Releases | May 5 2009

A Nuclear Weapons-Free World for Children

Soka Gakkai International (SGI) and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) jointly called on government delegations, meeting at the United Nations this week, to turn the growing international momentum to abolish nuclear weapons into reality. SGI Vice President Hiromasa Ikeda said, "When we make a nuclear weapons-free world ... read more

Press Releases | Apr 16 2009

Call for End to Nuclear Weapons at Oslo Launch of Exhibit on Human Security and Nuclear Abolition

Tokyo, Japan: Senior Norwegian politicians issued a strong call for the abolition of nuclear weapons at the opening of an exhibition linking nuclear abolition and human security attended by around 120 diplomats, scholars and activists at the Oslo City Hall Gallery on April 15. Former Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik and ... read more

Press Releases | Mar 23 2009

Buddhist Leader Receives 250th Academic Honor For Contributions to Education, Peace

Tokyo, Japan: On March 21, 2009, at a graduation ceremony at Soka University in Hachioji, Tokyo, University College South of Denmark conferred an honorary doctorate upon Daisaku Ikeda, founder of Soka University and president of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI), bringing to 250 the number of academic honors he has ... read more

Press Releases | Jan 26 2009

Buddhist Leader's 2009 Peace Proposal Highlights Nuclear Disarmament, "Humanitarian Competition"

Tokyo, Japan: On January 26, Daisaku Ikeda, president of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI) Buddhist association, today issued his annual peace proposal entitled "Toward Humanitarian Competition: A New Current in History." Analyzing the global economic crisis, Ikeda questions humanity's abstract love of money, calling for a focus on the real needs ... read more

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