January 26, 2015

Daisaku Ikeda, president of the SGI issued his 2015 peace proposal, “A Shared Pledge for a More Humane Future: To Eliminate Misery from the Earth” in which he stressed a need for the rehumanization of politics and economics based on a solidarity of ordinary citizens, for empowerment that enables people to overcome suffering and for a broadening of the sphere of our friendships and concern for others as a basis for building peace.

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April 14, 2014

An interfaith symposium on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons was held at the US Institute of Peace in Washington DC on April 24.

Over 100 participants from diverse faiths including Buddhist, Christian, Jewish and Muslim traditions came together with peace activists and experts to identify common concerns and refresh their determination to rid the world of these inhuman weapons. At the symposium, representatives of 14 different faith groups adopted a joint statement pledging increased activism by religious communities toward nuclear weapons abolition. This statement was later presented...

February 13, 2014

SGI participated in the 2nd Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, hosted by the Mexican Government held in Nayarit. The conference was attended by delegations representing 146 governments.

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