May 1, 2015

SGI, together with other faith-based organizations, contributed to drafting the statement titled "Faith Communities Concerned about the Humanitarian Consequences of Nuclear Weapons" which powerfully denounces the need for nuclear weapons in today's world and criticizes the vast amounts of resources diverted from investment in genuine human security.

Signatories pledge, as people of faith, to communicate within their respective faith communities the inhumane and immoral nature of nuclear weapons and the unacceptable risks they pose, and to call for the early commencement of negotiations by gover...

December 6, 2014

SGI, together with ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) and the World Council of Churches, in cooperation with Religions for Peace, organized an interfaith panel discussion titled "Faiths United Against Nuclear Weapons" as part of the ICAN Civil Society Forum held prior to the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons. Panelists included individuals from Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism who exchanged their respective views on the theme. A joint statement calling for a nuclear-weapons-free world was issued as an outcome statement representing...

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