‘After I die, I want future generations to know what happened to us.’
- Tsutomu Yamaguchi, survivor of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings
Few people on earth know what it’s like to live through a nuclear attack. We must continue telling their story, and continue fighting to end nuclear weapons. Please donate today.
Survivors’ voices are crucially important to this campaign. But their voices will soon be lost. The average age of the surviving hibakusha – or atomic bomb survivor – is 81.
Please donate today and you’ll be directly supporting work to prevent another Hiroshima or Nagasaki. We need to raise around £18,000 to keep pushing for the global nuclear weapons ban treaty to come into force: it has been the dream of so many hibakusha. Your donation will help to realise their goal.