Statement Hiroshima Declaration
投稿日：June 21, 2018 更新日： September 21, 2018
The 6th Global Inter-Religious Conference on Article 9 that was held from June 13th (Wed.) to 15th (Fri.) at the International Conference Center in Hiroshima, Japan, finished successfully all its programs with 187 participants from 47organizations, 12 countries.
We published the Hiroshima Declaration. See the PDF in English and Korean (Hangul).
Hiroshima Declaration (English)
Hiroshima Declaration (Hangul)
NCC Office Statement
Regarding the anti-extradition bill protest that took place in Hong Kong on June 9th, the Hong Kong Christian Council (HKCC) published an urgent appeal. See the site here. Turn the language to English. NCC in Japan publishes a statement that supports the appeal. See the PDF below. HongKong190618
NCC Committees NCC Office Statement
On the 13th, the government decided to release tritium-contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the ocean. NCC has issued a protest on this issue in the name of the General Secretary and the Chairperson of the Peace and Nuclear Issues Committee. Please see the PDF. 210415Tritium02
This year marks the 100th anniversary since Korea, which had been under the rule of the Empire of Japan, carried out the Independence Declaration on February 8th and Independence Movement on March 1st. On this occasion, NCCJ (National Christian Council in Japan) announces the statement considering how we grasp the historical facts and how Japan and the North and South Korea will advance toward the future. Please see the PDF. ２.8Declaration
Event Report Global Inter-religious Conference on Article 9 Statement
The final Statement and the VTRs (edited version) of the 7th Global Inter-religious Conference on Article 9 have been published. The statements are in English and Korean. The VTRs are subtitled. Final Statement (Seventh Conference)English version Korean Version of the Conference Statement 20210306 VTR of the conference https://vimeo.com/543010867/09b2b8321a VTR of the Keynote Address and the Presentations (except Drama Reading) https://youtu.be/hdOqQfN_u1c
NCC Office Statement
The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons came into effect on January 22. NCC has issued a statement in this regard. Please see the PDF. ［Correction］ We found an error in the statement posted. It's been replaced by the correct one. Please see the revised version. Our apologies. 210127NCC-Statement-English revised