Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Rememberance Events in India



The A-bomb dome in Hiroshima
Photo: Alexander Warnolf/www.sxc.hu

The Indian Institute for Peace, Disarmament & Environmental Protection (IIPDEP)
in collaboration with INES and International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) is organizing events on the occasion of remembering
Hiroshima - Nagasaki Bombing Days, from 6th August to 9th August 2008 at Nagpur, India

6th August –Inauguration of No More Hiroshima , No More Nagasaki.
Peace Exhibition at 10.00 AM at Exhibition Hall of IIPDEP, Nagpur.

7th August- No More Nuclear Weapons. No More War in KDK School, Nagpur,
from 10.00 AM to 12 Noon.
Peace Crane animation film will be shown to school children


Why nuclear weapons are Bad- Dr. Balkrishna Kurvey, President, IIPDEP
Questions and answers.
Exhibition of posters of devastation of Hiroshima & Nagasaki

7th August - Observing Hiroshima-Nagasaki Days at Government Medical College, Nagpur
from 2.00 - 3.00 PM

Introduction of IPPNW- by Dr. Nalini Kurvey
Medical Impact of Nuclear Weapons & War - by Dr. Krishna Kamble, Prof & Head of Radiotherapy Dept, Govt. Medical college, Nagpur

Bombing Bombay screening
Question & Answers
Exhibition of posters of Hiroshima Nagasaki devastation

8th August - No More Nuclear Weapons. No More War: at Raman Science Centre, Nagpur
Introduction of IPPNW and INES and its campaign - by Medical students
Peace Crane animation film screening
No more War- by Dong - Nghi Phan ( German medical student)
Questions will be answered by medical students
Quiz for the school students

9th August - Peaceful demonstration and public education at Variety Square by medical doctors and students
from 5.00 - 6.00 PM.
Distribution of leaflets, educating general public about effects of nuclear weapons and war.

View photos of the event

Dr. Balkrishna Kurvey
President
Indian Institute for Peace, Disarmament & Environmental Protection
Honorary Executive Director
No More Hiroshima: No More Nagasaki: Peace Exhibition.
Executive Committee Member INES