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 Bringing the world together 

 to get rid of nuclear weapons 

 

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WHAT

80,000 Voices is an Organisation using the power of the Creative Arts to affect change, Spreading a message of Nuclear Disarmament and standing up for victims of past nuclear bombing and testing.

We believe that there is no place in the world for nuclear weapons and we are committed to working towards their eradication.

 

As advocates for global peace, we are excited to be finding creative ways to bring new awareness of the nuclear threat to the next generation - through youth engagement, music and song; the arts and education.

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THE PLAN

We are developing projects which aim to highlight people affected by the legacy of Nuclear Testing, amplifying their voices and speaking up for Nuclear Disarmament. 

In 2023, we travelled to Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Kobe and Toronto for our project

"Portraits of the Hibakusha: 80 Years Remembered" 

and we have plans to continue creating projects highlighting more survivors of Nuclear Testing from across the world.

A massive people-powered, positive message is going to be sent out that we must rid this world of nuclear weapons before they get rid of us.

People are calling for a change – from instability and conflict towards integrity-based peace and security for all. The time has come to raise a unified and sensational roar for peace that everyone can hear.

 

This powerful voice will be heard through the universal language of music, dance, lighting and technology. By adding momentum, purpose and character to an already growing movement of responsible and creative people, we are calling out for international laws to end nuclear weapons and advance the cause of a war-free world.

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