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List of Major Activities

 August 1947  First Peace Declaration delivered at the first Peace Memorial Ceremony
 August 1949  Hiroshima Peace Memorial City Construction Law promulgated and enacted
 August 1952  Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims (Memorial Monument for Hiroshima, City of Peace) unveiled
 August 1955  Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum opens
 March 1957  A-bomb Survivors Medical Law passed (effective April 1) 
 July 1966  Resolution to preserve the Atomic Bomb Dome adopted by City Council
 August 1967  First preservation work on the A-bomb Dome finishes (Second time in March 1990, third time in March 2003, fourth time in July 2016)
 May 1968  A-bomb Survivors Special Measures Law passed (effective September 1)
 September 1968  First protest letter against nuclear testing sent
 April 1976  Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation established
 September 1983  Permanent A-bomb exhibition unveiled at the UN headquarters in New York
 July 1985  Resolution declaring Hiroshima a “Peace City for Nuclear Weapons Abolition” adopted by City Council
 August 1985  First General Conference of the World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-city Solidarity held (held once every four years thereafter. In August 2001, the organization renamed “Mayors for Peace”)
 August 1986  Peace Summit in Hiroshima held (International Peace Symposium held annually thereafter)
 June 1992  UN Conference on Disarmament Issues in Hiroshima held (also held in 1994, 1996, 2015 and 2017)
 May 1993  A-bombed Buildings Preservation and Inheritance Project starts
 December 1994  Law Pertaining to the Support of the A-bomb Survivors passed (effective July 1)
 July 1995  A-bomb exhibition held at American University in the US (held in and outside of Japan every year thereafter)
 December 1996  A-bomb Dome designated as a World Heritage site
 April 1998  Hiroshima Peace Institute established at Hiroshima City University
 November 2003  2020 Vision Campaign launched by Mayors for Peace
 May 2005  Call for nuclear weapons abolition by 2020 made by mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the NPT Review Conference 
 July 2006  Peace Memorial Museum Main Building designated National Important Cultural Asset
 November 2011  Permanent A-bomb exhibition unveiled at the UN Office at Geneva
 January 2012  First Japanese Member Cities Meeting of Mayors for Peace held
 April 2012  Policies Regarding the Transformation and Honoring of the Paper Cranes put into action
 July 2012  Training program for official A-bomb Legacy Successors initiated (Their activities started In April 2015)
 April 2014  Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative (NPDI) 8th Ministerial Meeting held in Hiroshima
 August 2015  Meeting of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) Group of Eminent Persons (GEM) held
 November 2015  Permanent A-bomb exhibition unveiled at the UN Office at Vienna
 April 2016  G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Hiroshima held
 May 2016  US President Barack Obama visits Hiroshima
 November 2017  First meeting of Group of Eminent Persons for Substantive Advancement of Nuclear Disarmament held
April 2019 Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Main Building re-opens after renovation (East Building re-opened in April 2017)
November 2019 Pope Francis visits Hiroshima

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