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In memory of Roland Oldham, Moruroa e Tatou

Peace Boat is deeply saddened by the passing of Roland Oldham, a fervent defender of the victims of nuclear testing in Polynesia and across the world. As president of the association of former workers from the Moruroa and Fangataufa nuclear test sites, Roland played a vital role in the campaign for recognition, compensation and reparations for the Maohi workers who suffered adverse health effects from their work at the nuclear test sites. He fought tirelessly to address the health and environment consequences of nuclear testing, and to abolish nuclear weapons.

Announcing the launch of our new website! 

We are excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website in English. Our goal with this website is creating a user-friendly browsing experience for everyone who wants to know more about Peace Boat activities.

Calling for applications for 'Youth Communicators for a Nuclear-Free W...

Peace Boat is calling for “Youth Communicators for a Nuclear-Free World” who will participate in Peace Boat's East Asia Voyage (August 4-23, 2019). Applications are open for youth between 18 and 35 years old, who can convey messages for peace and nuclear abolition based on the legacies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 

Peace Boat is Accepting Volunteer Applications for Its 102nd Global Voyage

Peace Boat is now seeking dynamic and highly motivated volunteers for its 102nd Global Voyage. Departing from Japan on September 1, 2019, and returning on December 13, 2019, this circumnavigational voyage will include visits to 23 ports in 20 countries, including Sri Lanka, Egypt, Canada, and Iceland.

Response to DPRK-US Hanoi Summit

The second DPRK-US Summit came to an end in the Vietnamese Capital of Hanoi on February 28. It is regretful that this summit did not produce any concrete agreement, and many were disappointed that it did not result in a long-awaited declaration of the end of the Korean War.

Fabien Cousteau joins the team of Ecoship supporters

The oceanographic explorer and environmental advocate, Fabien Cousteau, joins the group of ocean and policy experts who support the development of Ecoship with their ideas and experience. 

GPPAC Statement Welcoming the DPRK-US Hanoi Summit

The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), a global network of civil society peacebuilding organisations, welcomes the historic convening of the Second DPRK-US Summit in Hanoi, Viet Nam on February 27-28.

Volunteer Information Session in Tokyo!

On March 15th, Peace Boat offices in Tokyo will host an informative session for all the people who want to know more about our volunteer positions on the ship or in our in Japan. 

'Youth for SDGs' onboard the 100th Global Voyage

On February 18-28, 2019, seven young activist-scholars will participate in an experiential study program “Peace Education and the SDGs in South America,” during Peace Boat’s 100th Voyage, sailing from Ushuaia, Argentina to Valparaiso, Chile.

Vice President of Uruguay visits Peace Boat in Mon...

As the 100th Global Voyage docked in Montevideo on February 13, Vice President Lucía Topolansky, also the wife of former President José “Pepe” Mujica, joined Peace Boat participants for a day of action and reflection relating to nuclear abolition and sustainability.

Announcing Peace Boat's Global University August 2...

Peace Boat is pleased to announce a 21-day Global University Programme on "Building Peaceful and Inclusive Societies Together in Asia" to be held from August 3 to 23, 2019. The call for applications is now open, with the first deadline on March 31 and the second deadline on April 30

Peace Boat and Liter of Light distribute lights ar...

A few weeks after the start of the 100th Global Voyage, the joint project of Peace Boat and Liter of Light is giving the first results. Since the voyage started, close to 200 participants have taken part in some of the workshops that have been organized onboard to build sustainable lights. On January 18 and 19, the first large delivery of lights took place in southern Madagascar.