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High School Student Peace Ambassadors
Peace messenger


The Hiroshima and Nagasaki Peace Messengers have been advocating for the abolition of nuclear weapons and the realization of a peaceful world in various places around the world, including visits to the United Nations Office at Geneva, from 1998 to the present. They communicate their message both domestically and internationally.They are selected through a nationwide public

recruitment process once a year. 


10,000 High School Students Signature Campaign

Our activities were born out of the desire of high school students to abolish nuclear weapons and started in Nagasaki in 2001. The name came from the idea that "there might be about 10,000 high school students in Nagasaki."Today, under the slogan "Impacts May Be Small, But not Powerless", high school students across the nation are conducting signature campaigns on the streets. This initiative continues to thrive, driven by the collective efforts of students determined to make a difference. 


Overseas Activities

Online Signature

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have

newly launched an "online petition."You can

participate in the petition calling for the

abolition of nuclear weapons and the

realization of a peaceful world at any time!
Everyone is welcome to join, so please lend

us your support. 

Activity places all over Japan

Hokkaido, Iwate, Fukushima, Niigata, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Shizuoka,Osaka, Nara, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Oita, Saga, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Nagasaki

2022 National Peace Song Relay [Blue Sky]

Our activities have also been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past 25 years of continuous efforts, we were unable to carry out most of our usual activities.This year marks the first anniversary of the entry into force of the “Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.”As high school students advocating for the abolition of nuclear weapons, we wanted to spread awareness about this treaty to more people, and thus, we created this video.We connected with approximately 100 high school students from across the nation to sing the song "Aoi Sora wa" (Blue Sky), which originated from Hiroshima, a city affected by the atomic bombing. Please take a moment to watch and support our message! 

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