Non-governmental organization “Landmine Survivors Initiatives-LSI” supported organization of Round table discussion on “Challenges and opportunities for Development of Local Disability Action Plan (LDAP) in Herzegovina-Neretva Canton”. Round table was held on September 15, 2015 in hotel “Bristol” in Mostar in organization of local Coalition of Disabled People Organizations (DPOs), leaded by the local association of youth “Ruzicnjak” from Mostar with a main goal to introduce participants with the importance of this strategic document.
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Non-governmental organization "Landmine Survivors Initiatives", in partnership with the Association for Sports and Recreation of war veterans and persons with disabilities of Una-Sana Canton and Sitting volleyball club Buzim, has organized the 18th International sitting volleyball tournament "Princess Diana Memorial 2015", which was held on 12 September 2015 in the sports hall in the municipality of Cazin.
On August 6 and August 9, 1945 the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by atomic bombs. More than 240,000 children, women and men died in the blasts. The overwhelming majority of the victims were civilians.
Today the world’s nuclear arsenals count more than 15,000 nuclear weapons, many of which are on high-trigger alert. 70 years after the humanitarian catastrophes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, governments have a historic opportunity to prohibit nuclear weapons —the only weapon of mass destruction yet to be explicitly banned by an international treaty even though they have the greatest destructive capacity of all weapons. A global ban on nuclear weapons is long overdue and can be achieved in the near future with enough public pressure and political leadership.