Author: Annelise

  • ANT-Hiroshima Offers Interactive Lesson on Hibakujumoku

    For many years, ANT-Hiroshima’s activities have included introducing hibakujumoku (A-bomb survivor trees) to both visitors and locals. In addition to tours of varying size and formality, often led by Arborist […]

  • “One Day in Hiroshima” Book Available Online

    International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) recently made the book “One Day in Hiroshima: An Oral History” available online as a  free PDF. (The French version can […]

  • Roundup: ICAN Receives the Nobel Peace Prize

    The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) received the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo at the Award Ceremony on 10 December. ANT-Hiroshima, a longtime supporter of ICAN, organized […]

  • Model Toy Libraries as Peace Centers: Phase One of the Project Completed

    In June of this year, I posted about ANT-Hiroshima partner Aldrin Bucoy Abdurahim’s project Model Toy Libraries as Peace Centers. The project aims to help children learn about peace and value education […]

  • Hiroshima Citizens Collect Signatures for Nuclear Ban Treaty

    ANT-Hiroshima supports the Hibakusha Appeal, an international signature campaign calling for the ratification of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons by all nations. However, rather than always focusing on […]