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SGINZ Auckland Centre Open Day

posted on 2 June 2016

On Sunday July 3rd, the doors of the SGINZ Centre in Auckland will be open to friends and members of the public from 10am to 1pm providing visitors with an opportunity to see the activities that SGINZ undertakes, and meet members. The open day will include an array of engaging activities catering for all ages including information stalls, entertainment, interactive displays as well as plenty of exciting goings-on for the kids.

SGI REPRESENTATIVES PARTICIPATE IN THE WW100 PEACE CONFERENCE

posted on 1 October 2015

SGI's Kimiaki Kawai speaking on the panel

Kimiaki Kawai, Director of Peace Affairs at SGI Tokyo, attended the “World Without War, Actions for Peace” Conference in the Sir Paul Reeves Building at Auckland University of Technology on 19-20 September.  

He participated as a speaker on the inter-religious panel discussion “Establishing Peace Through Religion” and spoke about SGI’s international efforts to achieve a nuclear free world. 

 

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70 years on from Hiroshima—Hope living in children’s art

posted on 4 August 2015

The opening of Tumanako! Children's art works for a peaceful world;

Tūmanako! (Hope!)—Children’s Artworks for a Peaceful World exhibition opened at the Wellington City Library mezzanine level on Sunday 2 August 2015.

The exhibition of artworks from children all over Wellington, plus four special guest artists from Auckland, was held to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. 

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Maungārongo ki te Whenua

posted on 15 August 2014

Scoop.co.nz interview with SGI President Ikeda translated into Te Reo

Ko te urupounamu a Alastair Thompson (kaihanga o SCOOP) i te Perehitini o Soka Gakkai International (SGI), ko Daisaku Ikeda.

 Maungārongo ki te Whenua: ko te wāhi ki te mana tangata, ki te riri kūpapa, ki te mahi ngātahi a ngā whakapono, ki te ipurangi me te  tuakoi wai i a tātou e rapu ana i te maungārongo o te ao

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