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INMP Newsletter #15 Published

President Obama in  Hiroshima

Newsletter #15 is now online and it is packed with great news from our INMP Associates.

  • 9th International Conference of Museums for Peace
  • U. S. President Barack Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
  • Peace Boat (Japan) and Obama's Visit to Hiroshima
  • Great Success of the Hiroshima Panels in the U.S.
  • Peace Museum Honours 100-Year-Old Anti-War Journalist
  • Tehran Peace Museum (TPM)
  • American Museum of Peace (AMP)
  • Children – the Innocent Victims of War: Exhibitions at the Nobel Peace Center, Oslo
  • Community Peace Museum Project in Canada
  • Timely Exhibition at The Peace Museum, Bradford (UK)
  • The Challenging Road to Peace Poster Exhibition
  • Peace Tourism in India: In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi
  • English Pacifist Vera Brittain Commemorated in Street Names in German Cities
  • Mini-Peace Museum in Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
  • Centenary of Battle of Verdun (France) Commemorated
  • 2016 Global Art Project for Peace (GAP)
  • Peace Image of the Year Award
  • Peace Posters Exhibition Workshops at House for Peace La Filanda, Casalecchio di Reno (Bologna, Italy)
  • The Hiroshima~Nagasaki (Hibakusha) Peace Mask Project
  • Bertha von Suttner’s Biography in Japanese

Peace history being made around the world in peace projects by the INMP Associates.

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The Artivist Sailing: Artherapy and Artivism

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The Artivist Sailing
Because artivists do not disembark; they live within the conflict and embark on the difficult and risky task of transforming it.
As artists, being creators instead of destroyers of things, we understand that peace is not one of the options, but rather the only sustainable option.
Gernika Declaration, 1st International Meeting of Art and Peace, December 2003.
The ArtivistSailing: Artherapy and Artivism is an initiative organized by the Gernika Gogoratuz Peace Research Center and the Gernika Peace Museum for the Lighthouse of Peace of the Donostia-San Sebastian 2016 European Capital of Culture.

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