10. Vollversammlung des Ökum. Rates der Kirchen, Pusan 2013
Workshop "Article 9 of the Japanese Peace Constitution"
Do, 7. Nov. 2013, 14.15-15.45
National Council of Churches in Japan
Descpriction: Japan’s 1947 „Peace Constitution“ is so called because it contains Article 9, which states: The Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation” (Clause 1) and “Land, sea and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained” (Clause 2). Through lectures, testimonies, prayer, dialogue and faith based declarations, the Asia Interreligious Conference on Article 9 has sought to protect the letter and promote the spirit of Article 9 against domestic and international pressures toward remilitarization of Japan. This workshop will share the results of the work in this area.
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"Artikel 9 der Japanischen Friedensverfassung" von Sabine Kluger
Ökumenische Mitarbeiterin der EMS in der japanischen Kirche (seit Januar 2013)
Statement: Concept Paper for the workshop, November 7, 2013
Programm - MADANG WORKSHOP
Article 9 oft the Japanese Peace Constitution (WS216)
Thursday,7 November 2013, 14:15‐15:45 Hall3
Through lectures, testimonies, prayer, dia1ogue and faith‐based declarations, the Asia lnterreligious Conference on Article 9 has sought to protect the letter and spirit of Article 9 against domestic and international pressure. ...
Rev. UEDA Hiroko, ehemalige Generalsekretärin des NCCJ
Rev. TAKEDA Takao, Monk. Nipponzan Myohoji Temple
Rev. Fr. OKURA Paul Kazuyoshi. Japanese Catholic Council for Justice and Peace
Mr. TAMAGAWA Yuko, Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivor
Rev. KAMIYA Takahiro. Futenma Baptist Church, Okinawa Baptist Convention
Rev. Ulrike Schmidt-Hesse, Deputy General Secretary, EMS - Evangelical Mission in Solidarity
Rev. Dr. Henriette Hutabarat Lebang, General Secretary, CCA - Christian Conference in Asia
Rev. KIM Young Ju. General Secretary, NCCK - Council of Churches in Korea
Rev. KOBASHI Koichi. Moderator des NCCJ
There will be an hour discussion in a small room after th worship.
Those who cannot participate in the workshop are welcome. The discussion includes the testimony from the survivor.