Wellington will commemorate 30 years as a nuclear free city with a free concert this weekend with performances by Anika Moa, Don McGlashan, Warren Maxwell, Bella Kulolo and the Sam Manzanza and the Afro Beat Band. The concert is hosted by the Soka Gakkai International and the Wellington City Council.
Members from SGINZ Student Division and Youth Division volunteered on April the 1st to support the Auckland Peace City Stall hosted by the Peace Foundation and the UNANZ stall at the International Cultural Day celebrations in Auckland.
SGI President Ikeda’s essay For a Denuclearised
New Zealand's Kevin Clements leads international nuclear experts discussion in Tokyo
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Sowing Seeds of Hope
Making its debut show at a school in
The exhibition was received really well by students and staff according to Head of Social Sciences Faculty, Henry Hollis who had seen the exhibition on display at the Ruth Gottlieb library in Kilbirnie, Wellington.
“We’ve had a huge number