Pakistan Chapter – Hiroshima & Nagasaki Peace Exhibition 2012

For Hiroshima Day 2012 (6 August)
Sargodha, Pakistan

As a contribution to awareness-raising on nuclear issues in the 2012 approach to the annual international remembrance day for the atomic holocaust, our Pakistan chapter launched an awareness-raising exhibition in its home city of Sargodha, titled ‘Never again Hiroshima, Nagasaki never again‘.

Guests at the opening, which took place during Ramadan, included Muslims as well as Christians & Bahais. For brief comments from guests (in Urdu), see these videos (YouTube link).


Aftab clip on Hiroshima & Nagasaki Peace Exhibition 2012
Hiroshima & Nagasaki Peace Exhibition 2012        (Aftab, Quetta)  Full text of article (in Urdu)

 Exhibition opening photos (Facebook)

This event was made possible by support from our member group the Hiyoshi Shrine, Nagoya, Japan.



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