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2001 World Conference Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs

2001 WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST A&H BOMBS


I.   Schedule and venues of the 2001 World Conference Against A&H Bombs
II.  Main theme and Sub-themes of the 2001 World Conference Against A&H Bombs
III. Contents of the 2001 World Conference Against A&H Bombs


I. Schedule and venues of the 2001 World Conference Against A&H Bombs

International Meeting, 2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs

August 3 (Fri.)14:00-19:00  Opening & Plenary Session I & II
August 4 (Sat.)09:30-18:00  Plenary Session III & Workshops on three sub-themes
August 5 (Sun.)10:00-11:30  Closing Session

2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs - Hiroshima


August 5 (Sun.)
14:00-16:00  Solidarity Forum of international delegates and grass-roots peace activists
August 6 (Mon.)
13:00-15:30  2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs - Hiroshima
19:30-20:30  Lantern Floating Ceremony

2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs - Nagasaki


August 7 (Tue.)
15:00-17:30  Opening Plenary Meeting
August 8 (Wed.)
09:30-15:00  Workshops, field trips, Panel discussions
13:00-16:00  Forums
19:00-21:00  Meeting with the delegations of Marshall Islands
Evening    Women's Forum; Youth program "Peace Jam" and other programs
August 9 (Thu.)
11:00-13:00  Closing Plenary Meeting
Afternoon    Street signature collection
Evening    Farewell party


II.Main theme and Sub-themes of the 2001 World Conference Against A&H Bombs

Main theme:

Nuclear Weapons States Must Make Good on Their Promise to Abolish Nuclear Weapons: International Cooperation and Solidarity Will Ensure the Future of the World

Sub-themes:

1. Implementation of Abolition of Nuclear Weapons without Delay
2. Prevention of Bringing-in of Nuclear Weapons in foreign territories -- Expansion of Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones globally:
3. Support of and Solidarity for the Hibakusha and World Nuclear Victims


III. Contents of the 2001 World Conference Against A&H Bombs

International Meeting,2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs

August 3 (Fri.) 14:00〜19:00  Opening & Plenary Session I & II
Opening Session:
Address of the Organizer: Sekiya Ayako, Committee of Chairpersons
Reports of Hibakusha: Tanaka Terumi, Japan Confederation of A and H Bomb Sufferes Organizations (Nihon Hidankyo)
Reports of Hibakusha: Kwak Kwi Hoon, Plaintiff, Hibakusha Aid Law Lawsuit, Republic of Korea

Plenary Session Part I   Implementation of Abolition of Nuclear Weapons without Delay
Alyn Ware, Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy/ NZ Representative to NPT Review Conference
Jackie Cabasso, Abolition 2000/ Western States Legal Foundation, USA
Jean Lambert, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, UK/ Member of the European Parliament, (Green Party)
Niu Qiang, Chinese People's Association for Peace and Disarmament
Joseph Gerson, American Friends Service Committee, USA
Anzai Ikuro, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Ogata Yasuo, Member of House of Councillors of Japan/Director of International Bureau, Japanese Communist Party
Gerald O'Brien, Peace Council of Aotearoa-New Zealand
Ellen Thomas, Proposition One Committee, USA
Duy Thuy Quack and Thi Ming Nguyet Phan, Vietnam Peace Committee
Ole Kopreitan, No to Nuclear Weapons, Norway
Pierre Villard, French Peace Movement, France
Phyllis Creighton, Science for Peace/Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Doug Brown, Burlington Association for Nuclear Disarmament, Canada
Russell Z. Springer, Newton Teachers' Association, USA
Sally Light, Nevada Desert Experience, USA
Michael Hovey, NGO Committee on Disarmament (NY)
Romesh Chandra, World Peace Council
Horie Yuri, Women's International Democratic Federation
Saito Kazuyoshi, International Association of Democratic Lawyers
Nuri Swedan, World Mataba Organization, Lybya
Stale Eskeland, Oslo University

Plenary Session Part II   Prevention of Bringing-in of Nuclear Weapons in foreign territories -- Expansion of Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones globally
Corazon Fabros, Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition
Lee Yujin, Green Korea United
Sri Raman, Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace, India
Ken Wyatt, International Nuclear-Free Zone Local Authorities
Kajimoto Shushi, Hyogo Council against A & H Bombs (Hyogo Gensuikyo)
Yoshizawa Hiroaki, Okinawa Council against A & H Bombs (Okinawa Gensuikyo)
John M. Itty, Christian Peace Conference - India
M.A. Baby, Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Shiva Shrestha, Save the World, Nepal
Bounsy Vonephoumy, Central Lao Buddhist Fellowship Organization, Laos
Hanna Harborow, Pacific Concerns Resource Center
Vivek Mohan Rao,Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU)
Kalpana Khan Mondal, Science for Society, India
Surojit Sen Gupta, Cetre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU)
Isabella Sumang, Otil A Beluad, Palau

August 4 (Sat.) 09:30-18:00  Plenary Session III
Plenary Session III   Support of and Solidarity for the Hibakusha and World Nuclear Victims
Eldon Note, Bikini, Marshall Islands
Abacca Anjain-Maddison, Rongelap, Marshall Islands
Tom Bailie, Hanford Downwinder, USA
Kaneko Kazushi, Hiroshima Federation of A-Bomb Victims
Maidan Abishev, International Anti-nuclear Movement "Nevada-Semey", Kazakhstan
Milya Kabirova, "Aigul", Chelyabinsk Nuclear Victim Organization, Russia
Umeta Shoji, Shizuoka Council against A & H Bombs (Shizuoka Gensuikyo)
Zhenisgul Konarova, Public Fund - International Alliance of Women & Children "Samal-Samantha-Sadako", Kazakhstan
Tatiana Mukhamediarova, "Aigul", Chelyabinsk Nuclear Victim Organization, Russia
Philip White, Australian Peace Committee (South Australia)
Oba Etsuko, New Japan Women's Association
Reference Paper
Denise Nelson, Support and Education for Radiation Victims (SERV)/ Utah downwinder of the Nevada Test Site, USA

14:30〜18:00 Workshops
Closing Session (August 5) 10:00〜11:30
Greetings by Peter Weiss, International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA)
Reports from workshops
Workshop 1: Ellen Thomas
Workshop 2: Lee Yujin
Workshop 3: Sally Light
Statement on problems relating to Japanese History Textbook and Prime Minister's Yasukuni Shrine Visit
Declaration of the International Meeting
Letter to the UN and Member States Governments

2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs - Hiroshima (August 6)

Report of the Organizer
Anzai Ikuro, Drafting Committee Chairperson
Fujiwara Kiyotaka, Northern Hiroshima Liaison for Immediate Cancellation of U.S. Aircraft
Panel Disscussion
Low-Altitude Flight Training/ Mayor of KimitaVillage, Hiroshima
    Okamoto Mitsuo, Hiroshima Shudo University/Hiroshima Alliance for Nuclear Weapons Abolition
    Murata Tadahiko, Hiroshima Federation of A-Bomb Victims Organizations
Hiroshima Appeal

2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs - Nagasaki ...............Opening Plenary (August 7)

Greetings of Solidarity
Yamaguchi Senji, Japan Confederation of A and H Bomb Sufferers Organizations (Nihon Hidankyo)
Higashi Kazufumi, Nihon Seinendan Council
Addresses by Government Representatives
1) Hasmy Agam, Permanent Representative of Malaysia to the United Nations
2) Jamil Majid, Ambassador of Bangladesh to Japan
3) Karamchund Mackerdhuj, Ambassador of South Africa to Japan
---Message from the Honourable Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki, President of the Republic of South Africa
4) Andrew Hama Mtetwa, Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Japan
Global Hibakusha
Abacca Anjain Maddison, Marshall Islands
Sung Sung Ju, Korean Atomic Bomb Casualty Association
Fukabori Katsuichi, Nagasaki Association of Hibakusha Certificate Holders

Panel Discussion of the Representatives of National Governments (August 8)
Panelists
Hasmy Agam, Permanent Representative of Malaysia to the United Nations
Jamil Majid, Ambassador of Bangladesh to Japan
Karamchund Mackerdhuj, Ambassador of South Africa to Japan
Andrew Hama Mtetwa, Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Japan

2001 World Conference against A & H Bombs - Nagasaki ...............Closing Plenary (August 9)

Addresses by Overseas Delegates
Corazon Fabros, Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition
Tom Bailie, Hanford Downwinder, USA
Jean Lambert, Canpaign for Nuclear Disarmament/Green Party Member of European Parliament, UK
Phyllis Creighton, Science for Peace/ Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Canada
Michael Hovey, NGO Committee on Disarmament - New York
Appeal from Nagasaki
Yamamoto Seiichi, Nagasaki City Council on Hibakusha Relief Measures
Taniguchi Sumiteru, Nagasaki Federation of A-Bomb Sufferers Organizations
Nagasaki Resolution



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