Can’t be in New York City April 30 – May 1 for the historic gathering of over 1,000 peace activists from around the globe?
Watch the plenary sessions live via web streaming. Go to http://www.theriversidechurchny.org/ at least 15 minutes before the plenary session start time and a link will be available for viewing the speakers and entertainment.
Organize viewing parties! Get a taste of what the mighty international movement for peace, nuclear abolition and justice is planning for building the movement and the path to a world free of nuclear weapons. For more information about the conference go to http://peaceandjusticenow.org/wordpress/
For people in New York City: a limited number of overflow seats are available for the plenaries and workshops. Registration for those seats opens at Riverside Church 490 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10027-5788at 4 PM TODAY, April 30 and reopens at 9 AM Saturday, May 1.
Show times are : Go to http://www.theriversidechurchny.org/ at least 15 minutes before the plenary session start time and a link will be available for viewing the speakers and entertainment. Later, the sessions will be available on The Riverside Churches website on demand.
Friday 6:00 PM Plenary Session:
- Terumi Tanaka – Testimony and Call for Abolition
- Nadine Padilla – The Deadly Impact Of and Resistance To Uranium Mining
- Ibrahim Ramey – Martin Luther King’s Dream and Ours
- Zia Mian – Confronting the Challenges of Nuclear Weapons, Capitalism and Climate Change.
- John Burroughs – Dangers and Opportunities: Nuclear Weapons and the NPT Review
- Natalia Mironova – Complex Challenges of our Nuclear Legacy
- Tomas Magnusson – Vision of a Nuclear Free World
Saturday 1:30 PM Plenary Session:
- International Movement Voices: Challenges and Strategies
- Performance: The Recipe
- Maryam Shansab (Afghanistan)
- J.N. Rao (India)
- Pierre Villard (France)
- Issam Makhoul (Israel)
- Kevin Martin (US)
- (Others to be announced)
Saturday, 7:00 PM Plenary Session:
- U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
- Socorro Gomes—President World Peace Council and of CeBraPaz “Threats to Peace and the NPT Review”
- Mayor Akiba – Mayor of Hiroshima “Beyond Nuclear Weapons; A Call to Conscience”