Roses to No Nuke Missions

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【Roses to Missions/核兵器禁止条約発効を祝し、感謝のバラの花を贈るイベント】(日本語説明は下)
We deliver roses to missions to the UN of the 51 state parties that ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) to appreciate their contribution to make this treaty enter into force .Thank you for Peace Action NYS and Manhattan Project for Nuclear Free World for your wonderful initiative and efforts to put the people together. With many other organizations, Stand with Okinawa NY is endorsing this event.
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1月22日、核兵器禁止条約が発効する日、国連のおひざ元NYでは核に反対し平和を求める市民団体、Peace Action NYS とManhattan Project for Nuclear Free World の2団体が中心となり、ICANやHibakusha Stories はじめ数十の団体が支援してこの条約の発効に大きく貢献した同条約批准国の国連代表に感謝をこめてバラの花を届ける企画が進んでいます。Stand with Okinawa NYもささやかながら支援団体に加えていただきました。22日当日は皆、忙しいため、バラの贈り物は明日18日からスタートです。私は19日に参加します。事後、ご報告しますね。

 

 

 

 

 

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Peace Action NYS and Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World present
January 14, 2021
For immediate release:
CONTACT: Sally Jones at sallyjones(at)panys.org or Mari Inoue at August5MP(at)gmail.com
“ROSES TO MISSIONS,” AN EVENT IN NEW YORK CITY,
TO MARK THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS:
LOCAL RESIDENTS CELEBRATE TREATY’S ENTRY INTO FORCE
January 22, 2021, will be an historic day for humanity. On this day the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) will enter into force, establishing in international law a categorical ban on nuclear weapons, seventy-five years after their development and first use. The momentous occasion will be marked by actions, events, and celebrations around the globe and across the United States.
In New York City, volunteer members of Peace Action NYS, Hibakusha Stories, ICAN (recipient of 2017 Nobel Peace Prize), Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World and other organizations in the New York area will celebrate the historic moment by delivering roses and thank-you notes during the week of January 18 to the Permanent Missions to the United Nations of the 51 state parties that ratified the Treaty. They will comply with the CDC’s and New York State’s COVID-19 guidelines, including wearing masks and practicing social distancing, to protect themselves and others.
“We would like to express our deepest gratitude to those 51 state parties for their brave actions by ratifying the Treaty,” said Sally Jones, chair of Peace Action Fund of New York State, “despite enormous pressure from nuclear weapon states not to sign or ratify it. Right now, the Treaty does not legally bind the United States, because we have not signed or ratified it, but that does not mean we will not be feeling the moral force of the Treaty. All nuclear weapons, including the US stockpile, have been declared unlawful by the international community.”
The “Roses to Missions” in New York City is just one of many events happening around the country. At nuclear weapons production sites in Tennessee, Kansas City, New Mexico and California, banners declaring NUCLEAR WEAPONS ARE ILLEGAL will be hung on fences at the plant entrance. Letters will be delivered to members of Congress. University campuses that are engaged in support activities for weapons production will be asked to reconsider their activities.
“The entry into force of the Treaty is just a beginning of a new movement to confront nuclear weapon states and demand that they stop producing or upgrading any more nuclear weapons and agree to destroy those illegal weapons in accordance with the Treaty,” said Mari Inoue, attorney and a co-founding member of Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World. “We also need to confront the states that rely on the so-called ‘nuclear umbrella’ of the nuclear weapon states that such reliance could be a form of conspiring to engage in unlawful activities under international law, because the Treaty not only prohibits nations from developing, producing, stockpiling or threatening to use nuclear weapons, but also it prohibits nations from encouraging or inducing anyone to engage in any of these activities. If you are residents of those states that rely on the nuclear umbrella of nuclear states, demand that your government not be part of such unlawful activities.”
For more information on other activities go to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons events page at www.icanw.org/events. For more information on local activities, contact: info@panys.org.
The “Roses to Missions” is endorsed by the following organizations:
A.J. Muste Memorial Institute
Brooklyn For Peace
Broome County Peace Action
Broome Tioga Green Party
Coalition Against Nukes
Concerned Citizens For Change
Environmentalists Against War
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Granny Peace Brigade NYC
Interfaith Moral Action on Climate (IMAC)
Judson Memorial Church
Knowdrones
Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives
Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World
Move the Money NYC
New Jersey Peace Action
New York Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (NYCAN)
North Country Peace Group
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
NY Committee of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism
NYC War Resisters League
Pax Christi Metro New York
Peace Action Fund of New York State
Peace Action of Staten Island
Physicians for Social Responsibility-NYC
Presbyterian Peace Network for Korea
Ramapough Mountain Indians
Reverse the Trend: Save Our People, Save Our Planet
Rise and Resist
Shut Down Indian Point Now
Sierra Club New York City Group
Sister to Sister International, Inc.
South Country Peace Group
Stand with Okinawa NY
The Ribbon International
Upper Hudson Peace Action
Veterans For Peace – NYC Chapter 34
Western New York Peace Center
Women Cross DMZ
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
World BEYOND War
Young Leaders of Staten Island
Youth Arts New York/ Hibakusha Stories

 

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Peace Action NYS and Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World present
January 14, 2021
For immediate release:
CONTACT: Sally Jones at sallyjones(at)panys.org or Mari Inoue at August5MP(at)gmail.com
“ROSES TO MISSIONS,” AN EVENT IN NEW YORK CITY,
TO MARK THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS:
LOCAL RESIDENTS CELEBRATE TREATY’S ENTRY INTO FORCE
January 22, 2021, will be an historic day for humanity. On this day the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) will enter into force, establishing in international law a categorical ban on nuclear weapons, seventy-five years after their development and first use. The momentous occasion will be marked by actions, events, and celebrations around the globe and across the United States.
In New York City, volunteer members of Peace Action NYS, Hibakusha Stories, ICAN (recipient of 2017 Nobel Peace Prize), Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World and other organizations in the New York area will celebrate the historic moment by delivering roses and thank-you notes during the week of January 18 to the Permanent Missions to the United Nations of the 51 state parties that ratified the Treaty. They will comply with the CDC’s and New York State’s COVID-19 guidelines, including wearing masks and practicing social distancing, to protect themselves and others.
“We would like to express our deepest gratitude to those 51 state parties for their brave actions by ratifying the Treaty,” said Sally Jones, chair of Peace Action Fund of New York State, “despite enormous pressure from nuclear weapon states not to sign or ratify it. Right now, the Treaty does not legally bind the United States, because we have not signed or ratified it, but that does not mean we will not be feeling the moral force of the Treaty. All nuclear weapons, including the US stockpile, have been declared unlawful by the international community.”
The “Roses to Missions” in New York City is just one of many events happening around the country. At nuclear weapons production sites in Tennessee, Kansas City, New Mexico and California, banners declaring NUCLEAR WEAPONS ARE ILLEGAL will be hung on fences at the plant entrance. Letters will be delivered to members of Congress. University campuses that are engaged in support activities for weapons production will be asked to reconsider their activities.
“The entry into force of the Treaty is just a beginning of a new movement to confront nuclear weapon states and demand that they stop producing or upgrading any more nuclear weapons and agree to destroy those illegal weapons in accordance with the Treaty,” said Mari Inoue, attorney and a co-founding member of Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World. “We also need to confront the states that rely on the so-called ‘nuclear umbrella’ of the nuclear weapon states that such reliance could be a form of conspiring to engage in unlawful activities under international law, because the Treaty not only prohibits nations from developing, producing, stockpiling or threatening to use nuclear weapons, but also it prohibits nations from encouraging or inducing anyone to engage in any of these activities. If you are residents of those states that rely on the nuclear umbrella of nuclear states, demand that your government not be part of such unlawful activities.”
For more information on other activities go to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons events page at www.icanw.org/events. For more information on local activities, contact: info@panys.org.
The “Roses to Missions” is endorsed by the following organizations:
A.J. Muste Memorial Institute
Brooklyn For Peace
Broome County Peace Action
Broome Tioga Green Party
Coalition Against Nukes
Concerned Citizens For Change
Environmentalists Against War
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Granny Peace Brigade NYC
Interfaith Moral Action on Climate (IMAC)
Judson Memorial Church
Knowdrones
Long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives
Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World
Move the Money NYC
New Jersey Peace Action
New York Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (NYCAN)
North Country Peace Group
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
NY Committee of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism
NYC War Resisters League
Pax Christi Metro New York
Peace Action Fund of New York State
Peace Action of Staten Island
Physicians for Social Responsibility-NYC
Presbyterian Peace Network for Korea
Ramapough Mountain Indians
Reverse the Trend: Save Our People, Save Our Planet
Rise and Resist
Shut Down Indian Point Now
Sierra Club New York City Group
Sister to Sister International, Inc.
South Country Peace Group
Stand with Okinawa NY
The Ribbon International
Upper Hudson Peace Action
Veterans For Peace – NYC Chapter 34
Western New York Peace Center
Women Cross DMZ
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
World BEYOND War
Young Leaders of Staten Island
Youth Arts New York/ Hibakusha Stories
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平和行動NYSとマンハッタンプロジェクト, 核のない世界のために
2021年1月14日
すぐにリリースするために:
連絡先: サリージョーンズsallyjones(at)panys.orgまたは井上マリAugust5MP(at)gmail.com
′′ローズトゥミッション,”ニューヨーク市でのイベント
核兵器の終わりの始まりをマークする:
地域のリサーチはフォースに入る
2021年1月22日は人類にとって歴史的な日になる. 核兵器禁止条約(TPNW)は, この日, 国際法で核兵器禁止条約に入り, 開発から年後, 年後, 国際法で核兵器禁止条約を強化する. 世界中の行動, 出来事, イベント, そして世界各地でのお祝いによってその瞬間が示される.
ニューヨーク市では, ピースアクションNYS, ヒバクシャストーリー, ICAN (2017年ノーベル平和賞受給者), マンハッタンプロジェクトの有志メンバーが, ニューヨークエリアの核なき世界やその他の団体に向けて歴史的瞬間を祝う 18年1月の週に, 条約を批准した51州党の国連恒久宣教会へのバラと感謝のメモ. 彼らはCDCとニューヨーク州のCOVID-19のガイドラインに従って, マスク着用と社会的距離を練習することを含む, 自身と他の人を守るために準拠します.
′′条約を批准して勇敢な行動をしてくれた51州の党に心から感謝したい′′とニューヨーク州平和行動基金会長のサリージョーンズ氏は述べた′′核兵器州からの巨大な圧力にもかかわらず, 署名または批准するために. 今, 条約は合法的に米国を束縛しないのは, 署名や批准していないからであるが, 条約の道徳的力を感じないということではない. 米国の備蓄を含む核兵器は, 国際社会によって違法な宣言を受けた.”
ニューヨーク市の′′ Roses to Missions ′′は, 全国で起こっている多くのイベントの一つです. ニューメキシコ, カンザス市, テネシー州, カリフォルニア州の核兵器生産現場では, NUCLEAR WEAPONS AREGALが工場入り口でフェンスに吊るされると宣言されたバナー. 議会議員に手紙が届く. 武器生産の支援活動に従事している大学キャンパスは, 彼らの活動を再考するよう求められます.
′′条約への参入は, 核兵器禁止条約に従って, 核兵器の生産や強化を要求する新たな動きの始まりに過ぎない′′とマリ氏は語った. 核なき世界のための弁護士とマンハッタンプロジェクトの共同創設メンバー井上. ′′核兵器禁止条約が国際法の下での不法活動を共謀する形になる可能性がある核兵器州のいわゆる′′核傘′′に頼った州にも対峙する必要がある. 核兵器を使用するために開発, 生産, 備蓄, 脅迫をしているが, 国々がこれらの活動に従事することを奨励したり, 誘導することは禁じられている. 核保有国の核傘に頼る州の住民なら, 政府がこのような不法な活動に参加しないことを要求する.”
その他の活動に関する詳細については, www.icanw.org/eventsの核兵器イベントページを廃止するための国際キャンペーンをご覧ください. 地域活動に関する詳細については, info@panys.org. までご連絡ください.
′′ Roses to Missions ′′は以下の団体によって支持されています:
A.J. Musteメモリアルインスティチュート
ブルックリンフォーピース
ブルーム郡平和行動
ブルームティオガグリーンパーティー
核兵器反対連合
変化を心配する市民
戦争反対の環境主義者
和解の交わり
NYCおばあちゃん平和旅団
気候変動に関する道徳的行動(IMAC)
ジャドソン記念教会
Knowdrones
平和なオルタナティブのためのロングアイランド同盟
マンハッタン, 核のない世界のためのプロジェクト
ニューヨーク市を動かそう
ニュージャージーピースアクション
核兵器廃絶へのニューヨークキャンペーン(NYCAN)
ノースカントリーピースグループ
原子力時代平和財団
NY民主社会主義通信委員会
NYCウォーレジスターズリーグ
パックスクリスティメトロニューヨーク
ニューヨーク州の平和行動基金
スタテン島の平和行動
社会的責任のための医師-ニューヨーク
韓国の長老平和ネットワーク
ラマポー山のインディアンズ
トレンドを逆転: 私たちの人々を救い, 私たちの惑星を救う
立ち上がり, 抵抗
今すぐインドポイントを閉鎖
シエラクラブニューヨークシティグループ
シスターインターナショナル株式会社
南国平和グループ
Stand with沖縄ニューヨーク
リボン国際
アッパーハドソンピースアクション
退役軍人フォーピース- NYC第34章
西ニューヨーク平和センター
女性のクロスDMZ
女子国際平和自由リーグ
第二次世界大戦
スタテンアイランドの若き指導者
ユースアーツニューヨーク/ヒバクシャストーリー
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