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Navigating Oceania: 103rd Voyage Guest Educators Part 1


The 103rd Oceania Voyage returned in February, 2020 after charting a 56-day course from Japan through the South Pacific, making stops in Indonesia, the Philippines, Australia, and more.

Peace Boat joins the International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidificat...


The International Alliance to Combat Ocean Acidification (OA Alliance) brings together governments and organizations across the globe dedicated to taking action to protect coastal communities and livelihoods from the threat of ocean acidification.

Stories of the Black Mist: First Nation anti-nuclear activists share t...


The fight for Australia's land – and a nuclear-free future – is being fought by the same people who have guarded it for tens of thousands of years.

Preventative Measures related to COVID-19


Preventative measures related to COVID-19

9 years since March 11, 2011: Peace Boat Reflects


9 years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, and subsequent nuclear power plant disaster.

PBV Message: [9 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami]


[9 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami]
With each day that has passed

"Cambodia Hand Washing Project" in collaboration w...


"Cambodia Hand Washing Project" in collaboration with Lush Japan

Guest Educators on the 103rd Voyage


Profiles of the diverse Guest Educators who joined the 103rd Oceania Voyage.

All Aboard: Peace Boat hosts ICAN Workshops across...


As the 103rd Voyage crossed Australian waters, Peace Boat collaborated with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons to host a series of workshops in five cities throughout the country.

Japan Climate Initiative statement calls on the Ja...


The Japan Climate Initiative calls on the Japanese government to enhance its Nationally Determined Contributions.

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


Peace Boat is pleased to announce a 16-day Global University Programme on “Taking Action for Peace and Justice: A Human-Centred Approach to Inclusive and Sustainable Asia” to be held between August 17 and September 1, 2020. The call for application is now open, with the first deadline on March 31 and the second deadline on April 30.