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Hiroshima for Global Peace

Our Common AgendaOur Common Agenda

What is “Our Common Agenda”?

In September 2021, the UN Secretary-General Mr. António Guterres announced his vision for the next 25 years, entitled “Our Common Agenda.

This is an agenda of action, designed to strengthen and accelerate multilateral agreements particularly the 2030 Agenda (SDGs).

In the face of COVID-19, “Our Common Agenda” calls on the international community, now is the time to reengage firmly in global solidarity and to seek new ways to work together for the common good.

How does it related to Nuclear Abolishment?

“Our Common Agenda” proposes to set out “New Agenda for Peace”.

It is mentioned, “New Agenda for Peace” could be an opportunity to take this(updating UN’s vision for disarmament) forward, in particular through establishing stronger commitments for the non-use of nuclear weapons and a time frame for their elimination.

What are the Next Steps proposed by the “Our Common Agenda”?

●A global “Summit of the Future”, to be held in two years
●“Summit of the Future” would consider and set out “New Agenda for Peace”

●Creation of a “Futures Lab” which would work with governments, academia, civil society, and the private sector, to issue regular reports on megatrends and catastrophic risks.

Hiroshima Organization for Global Peace (HOPe) will take this “Our Common Agenda” as an opportunity to work with international NGOs and others to include nuclear abolition in the UN’s next set of post-2030 development goals (post-SDGs).

Our Common Agenda Link to website

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