Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons – Meeting of States Parties
All exhibits to be displayed in Foyer "D" of the Austria Center Vienna.
Mayors for Peace Atomic Bomb Poster Exhibition: A message from 1945 to the future
Featuring photos and drawings created by hibakusha, this exhibition visually presents immediate and everlasting effects of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Organized by Mayors for Peace.
Hiroshima Organization for Global Peace
Introduction of Hiroshima Initiative which is the Global Call to Action to End Nuclear Weapons and Hiroshima Report 2022 which studies, analyzes and evaluates 36 countries’ performance on nuclear disarmament, non-proliferation, and nuclear security in 2021, presented by Hiroshima Prefecture and Hiroshima Organization for Global Peace (HOPe).
Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan to the International Organizations in Vienna
For more than four decades, starting from 1949, part of Kazakh land was used by the Soviet Union to test its nuclear weapons. Up to 1.5 million of our people were exposed to the nuclear fallout from the 456 explosions detonated at the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, acknowledged as the second largest in the world.
With the relentless and unfailing support of our citizens, who protested the reckless use of their native soil that was also affecting their health and lives, the First President Nursultan Nazarbayev decided on behalf of Kazakhstan to close the test site. This historic step was taken 30 years ago on 29 August 1991. Later, Kazakhstan also voluntarily gave up the world’s fourth most potent nuclear arsenal.
In recognition of Kazakhstan’s historic decision, the UN General Assembly proclaimed the 29th of August as the International Day against Nuclear Tests.
Last year the TPNW entering into force coincided with the 30th anniversary of the closure of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, which we found very symbolic.
In this regard, these days of the Conference the Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan would like to present an exhibition dedicated to the closure of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site. Prohibition of nuclear testing and nuclear weapons is the only right choice on the way to peace and stability. Kazakhstan is a prime example of this.
On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World)
You can experience the virtual reality documentary, On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World) during the Meeting of State Parties on June 21st-23rd from 11a-3pCEST in the Austria Vienna Center.
Screenings are free and open to attendees. Space is limited.
In order to avoid long wait times, please reserve a time slot for you and your party via the booking link below. Walk-ins are welcomed, but we cannot guarantee viewing.
The reservation will take 30 minutes and include the virtual reality documentary screening, as well as onboarding and after care activities.
Glasses can be worn during the virtual reality screening.
On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World) is a virtual reality documentary that immerses the audience in the first-hand experience of citizens in Hawai’i , who for thirty-eight minutes experienced a false ballistic missile alert, to make clear the fundamental injustice of a world where nuclear weapons exist.