Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Technology
Youth Communicator for a World without Nuclear Weapons
April 13, 2016
- As the only country to have ever suffered atomic bombings, Japan has the mission to firmly pass on to next generations the correct understanding of the realities of atomic bombings across borders and generations. While atomic bomb survivors (Hibakushas) are aging, the Government of Japan launched “Youth Communicator for a World without Nuclear Weapons” program in 2013 in order to support efforts to transmit the realities of atomic bombings to future generations.
- A “Youth Communicator for a World without Nuclear Weapons” is expected to participate in various international events, such as atomic bombing exhibitions, conducive to sharing the realities of the use of nuclear weapons with the international community as well as with future generations.
- In order to apply for this program, please read the following documents and submit the application form as well as necessary documents.