Viewing entries posted in March 2012

For a Denuclearised World

posted on 27 March 2012

SGI President Ikeda’s essay For a Denuclearised Middle East featured on

New Zealand's Kevin Clements leads international nuclear experts discussion in Tokyo

Co-hosted by the Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research and the National Center for Peace & Conflict Studies (NCPACS) at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. Read more... 

Sowing Seeds of Hope

posted on 27 March 2012

Sowing Seeds of Hope

Making its debut show at a school in New Zealand, the SGI -  Earth Charter joint exhibition, Seeds of Hope, was on display at Wellington High School in the Social Sciences department.

Seeds of Hope Exhibition on display

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 

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March 16: Youth taking the lead!

posted on 16 March 2012

March 16, the day in 1958 that 2nd Soka Gakkai President Josei Toda passed on the responsibility for achieving kosen-rufu specifically to Daisaku Ikeda, who became the 3rd president in 1960, and generally to all the youth.  Today is a fresh start, a day of renewed determination to take responsibility to advance kosen-rufu.

Courage, strength and wisdom well up in those who consciously take on everything as the protagonist and person responsible for achieving their goals. Unlimited wisdom and ardent resolve arise from a sense of responsibility.  Daisaku Ikeda

6th Asia-Pacific Regional Interfaith Dialogue

posted on 15 March 2012

Hi, my name is Astrid and I have been a member of the SGI since June 2010.

I have had the opportunity to attend the 6th Asia-Pacific Regional Interfaith Dialogue in Samarang, Central Java, Indonesia. I was one of the nine New Zealand delegates accompanied by three NZ Government officials. I’m representing New Zealand interfaith youth.

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