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An appeal to Japan for leadership toward strengthening of the non-proliferation regime

May 24, 2005

An appeal to Japan for leadership toward strengthening of the non-proliferation regime
─Call for an indefinite postponement of the operation of the Rokkasho plutonium reprocessing plant─

List of Signatories In random order

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John Burroughs
Executive Director, Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy, US
Alice Slater
Global Resource Action Center for the Environment (GRACE), USA
Daniel Ellsberg
Pentagon Papers Whistle Blower
Daryl Kimball
Executive Director, Arms Control Association
Kevin Martin
Executive Director, Peace Action
Martin Butcher
Director, Security Programs, Physicians for Social Responsibility
Peter Weiss
President, Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy / Vice-President, International, Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms
Dr. Joseph Gerson
Director of Programs, American Friends Service Committee, New England Regional Office.
David Culp
Legislative Representative Friends Committee on National Legislation (Quakers)
Cora Weiss
President, International Peace Bureau, and Hague Appeal for Peace
Zia Mian
Program on Science and Global Security, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
Thomas B. Cochran
Director, Nuclear Program, Wade Greene Chair for Nuclear Policy, Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.
Stephen I. Schwartz
editor and co-author of Atomic Audit: The Costs and Consequences of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Since 1940
David Krieger
President, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Kathleen Gwynn
President & CEO, Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation
John M. Miller
Treasurer, War Resisters League
G. Simon Harak
Anti-Militarism Coordinator, War Resisters League
Joseph Cirincione
Director for Nonproliferation, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Richard A. Falk
Visiting Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB) and Chair, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.
Ellen E. Barfield
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Christopher E. Paine
Senior Nuclear Program Analyst, Natural Resources Defense Council, Washington, D.C.
Greg Mello
Executive Director, Los Alamos Study Group
Gillian Gilhool
Program Director, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Darryl Fagin
Legislative Director, Americans for Democratic Action
Arjun Makhijani
Ph.D., President, Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, Takoma Park, Maryland, USA
Dr. Lawrence S. Wittner
Professor of History, State University of New York/Albany
Harold Feiveson
Senior Research Policy Scientist, Program on Science & Global Security, Princeton University
Carol Urner
Co-chair, DISARM: Dismantle the War Economy Campaign / Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Jacqueline Cabasso
Executive Director, Western States Legal Foundation
Tom Clements
Senior Adviser, Nuclear Campaign, Greenpeace International
Paul Leventhal
Founding President, Nuclear Control Institute
Dr. Kathleen Sullivan
Co-ordinator, Nuclear Weapons Education and Action Project, ESR Metro
Peter Kuznick
Professor of History and Director, Nuclear Studies Institute, American University
Ginger Gouveia
Retired businessperson, Oregon, USA
Brian A. Perkins
Newport, OR
Alexander K. Nikitin
Council Chair, Environmental Rights Center "Bellona" St.Petersburg, Russia
Lydia Popova
Director, Center for Nuclear Ecology and Energy Policy / Socio-Ecological Union International, SEU Co-Chair
Professor Alexey Yablokov
President, The Center for Russian Environmental Policy, Moscow, Russia,
Dave Webb
Professor, School of Technology, Leeds Metropolitan University
Dave Knight
Vice-President, CND UK
Dr. Ian Davis
Executive Director, British American Security Information Council (BASIC), London
Councillor George Regan
Chairman, UK Nuclear Free Local Authorities
Dr. Rebecca E. Johnson
Executive Director & Editor, ACRONYM Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy
Prof. Joseph Rotblat
emeritus professor of physics, University of London, emeritus President, Pugwash Conference, and a recipient of the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize
co-president du Mouvement de la Paix (France)
Ms.Solange Fernex
former member of the European Parliament
Dominique Lalanne
Nuclear physicist, CNRS, France / Chair of Abolition of Nuclear Weapons/Stop Essais
M.D., PHD, PRESIDENT, Association des Medecins Francais pour la Prevention des Guerres Nucleaires (AMFPGN)
Sylvain Garel
Conseiller de Paris (Les Verts),
Li Bin
Ph. D., Professor, Director of Arms Control Program, Institute of International Studies, Tsinghua University
Anand Patwardan
documentary filmmaker, India
Achin Vanaik
Professor, Political Science Department, Delhi University and a member of the National Coordinating Committee of Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (CNDP)
M. V. Ramana
Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Environment and Development, ISEC Campus, Bangalore
Dr. A. H. Nayyar
Visiting Research Fellow, Sustainable Development Policy Institute
Dr. M. Anis Alam
retired Professor of Physics, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Pervez Hoodbhoy
Professor of Physics Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad
Steven Staples
Polaris Institute, Canada
Xanthe Hall
IPPNW Germany
Prof. Dr. Martin Janicke
Leiter Forschungsstelle für Umweltpolitik (FFU) / Freie Universitat Berlin, Fachbereich Politik- und Sozialwissenschaften Otto-Suhr-Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Prof. Dr. Thomas Görnitz
Institut für Didaktik der Physik, J. W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main, Vorsitzender des Vorstandes der C. F. v. Weizsacker-Gesellschaft
Ursula Schönberger
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Schacht Konrad e.V., ehemalige energiepolitische Sprecherin der Fraktion Bundnis 90/Die Grüne im Bundestag
Uta Zapf
MdB, Vorsitzende des Unterausschusses, für Abrüstung und Rüstungskontrolle, Deutscher Bundestag
Dr. Göts Neuneck
Federation of German Scientists, Hamburg
Regina Hagen
Coordinator, International Network of Engineers and Scientists Against Proliferation (INESAP)
Karel Koster
Project on European Nuclear Non-Proliferation - Netherlands (PENN-Nl)
Colin Archer
Sec-Gen, International Peace Bureau
Michel Fernex
MD, Professor emeritus, Medical Faculty, University of Basel
Yves Renaud
ancien president du SOLAR Club du CERN (Geneve) / FORMER president of Solar Club, CERN, Geneva,
Prof. Dr. med. A. Nidecker
Univ. of Basel, Dept. of Radiology, Basel, Switzerland
Senator Bob Brown
Australian Greens, Australian Senate
Senator Kerry Nettle
Australian Greens, Australian Senate
Dr. Sue Warham
President, Medical Association for the Prevention of War (Australian affiliate of the IPPNW)
Mr. Nic Maclellan
journalist and researcher, Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific movement
Peter Hayes
Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability
New Zealand
Alyn Ware
Consultant, International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms
Republic of Korea
KANG, Jungmin
Associate of Nautilus Institute
CHEONG, Wooksik
the representative of Civil Network for a Peaceful Korea (CNPK)
PARK, Jung Eun
Coordinator, Peace and Disarmament Center, People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD)
YANG, Youngmi
International Coordinator, People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD)
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Tony A. de Brum
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former Minister of Health and Environment for the Republic of the Marshall Islands (ret.)
Corazon Valdez-Fabros
Chairperson, Pacific Concerns Resource Centre/Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Movement
Hilda Lini
former Director of the Pacific Concerns Resource Centre/Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Movement and former Minister of Health, Vanuatu
Prof. Dr. L.Berrin Erbay
Co-Director of Hiroshima Alliance for Nuclear Weapons Abolition
Dr. Motoko Shuto
Professor, University of Tsukuba, Japan
OKAMOTO, Atsushi
Editor-in-chief of Magazine SEKAI
UEMURA, Hideaki
President, Shimin Gaikou Center; Associate Professor, Keisen University
Tsutomu Shoji
United Church of Christ in Japan
Hiromitsu Toyosaki
Freelance Photojournalist
Akira Kurosaki
Research Associate, Rikkyo University
Kazuyuki Kawamura
former member, Shinjuku Ward Assembly
Eiji Okumura
Secretary General, A-bomb Sufferers Federation, Nagasaki Peace Movement Center
Takao Takahara
Professor, Meijigakuin University
Koichi Ishizaka
Assistant Professor, Rikkyo University  
Taka Yamaguchi
Yasuko Mizusawa
Mitsutoshi HAYAKAWA
Citizen's Alliance for Saving the Atmosphere and the Earth ; Managing Director / Attorney at Law
ABE, Ryuichiro
associate professor, Shikoku Gakuin University
Hideo Tsuchiyama
former President, Nagasaki University
Hitoshi Motoshima
former mayor of Nagasaki
Akio Kawamura
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Letters, Kobe College
Sachie Okamoto
Tomoko Sakuma
Akihiko Kimijima
Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan
Mie Asaoka
Director, Kiko Network
Yurika Ayukawa
WWF Japan, Climate Change Policy Senior Officer
Yoshiko Shidara
Ryoichi Hirano
Hiroshi Shikanai
Masayoshi Naito
member of Board of Directors, Japan Association of Lawyers against Nuclear Arms
Jun Hoshikawa
writer and translator
Yuzuru Arakawa
Kazuaki Kobayashi
Kazuma Momoi
Takako Kawai
TERAO, Terumi
Professor Emeritus at Nagoya Institute of Technology
Shoji Sawada
Professor Emeritus, Nagoya University
Yuichi Kaido
Yoko Tomiyama
representative member of Steering Committee, Consumers Union of Japan
Ryuichi Sakamoto
Yasuhisa Iwakawa
Chieko Tashiro
Toshiki Mashimo
member of Steering Committee, Consumers Union of Japan / lecturer, Kobe City University for Foreign Studies
Yumi Kikuchi
Fr Paul Kazuyoshi Okura
Representative Catholic Priest, Catholic Tokyo Archdiocesan Committee for Justice and Peace
Mitsuhei Murata
Professor, Tokai Gakuen University (former Ambassador to Switzerland)
Kuniyo Kawabata
YWCA Japan
Masaru Nishida
literary critic
Sumiko Tanimoto
Kikuko Yamaguchi
member, Toshima Ward Assembly, Tokyo
Kasei Yoshida
Peace Office
Manabu Hattori
Professor Emeritus, Rikkyo University
Noriaki Tsuchimoto
documentary filmmaker
Munetoshi Maejima
Co-Convener, Japan Committee for Negros Campaign (JCNC)
Sunao Tsuboi
Chair, Board of Directors, Hiroshima Prefectural Confederation of A-bomb Sufferers Organizations
Kimiko Ogasawara
Chairperson, NCCJ Peace and Nuclear Issue Committee
KAWABE, Ichiro
Aichi University 
Rokuro Hidaka
Hisae Sawachi
MAEDA, Tetsuo
Tokyo International University
Takashi Handa
Akira Kawasaki
Executive Committee, Peace Boat
President, Peace Depot, Japan
Fumiko Amano
Peace & Nuclear Issues Committee, National Council of Churches Japan
Dr. AYABE, Hironori
Research Associate, Tokyo University
Mitsuo Okamoto
Professor Emeritus, Hiroshima Shudo University
The most venerable Gyoko Hanawa
Nipponzan Myohoji
Masa'aki Gabe
Professor, University of the Ryukyus
Akira Kimura
Professor of Peace Studies, Kagoshima University (member of Board of Directors, Peace Studies Association of Japan)
Keiko Zaiga
lecturer, Ritsumeikan University
Motofumi Asai
President, Hiroshima Peace Institute
Masao Hirasawa
Yasuhiko Takeda
Hiroshima Prefectural Confederation of A-Bomb Sufferers Organizations
Hideyuki Ban
Co-Director, Citizens' Nuclear Information Center
Masashi Shimakawa
Professor of History, Rikkyo Jogakuin Jr. College.
Narahiko Toyoshita
Professor, Dept. of Law, Kansai Gakuin University
Tadaomi Saito
former Asahi Shimbun reporter
Yoko Kitazawa
Masao Kunihiro
Former member of House of Councillors, Japanese Diet / Distinguished Visiting Professor, University of Edinburgh 
Jun Ui
Professor Emeritus, Okinawa University
Atsushi Shimokobe
former Administrative Vice-Minister, National Land Agency
Yoshiro Masuda
Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University (Cultural Anthropology)
Makoto Katsumata
Professor, Meijigakuin University and Director, International Peace Research Institute, Meiji Gakuin University.
Yukimaru Sugiyama
former director, The Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University 
Seiji Endo
Faculty of Law, Seikei University
Atsushi Furukawa
professor, Department of Law, Senshu University
Akira Hasegawa
Maxwell Award Winner, Former Division Chairman, DPP,APS
Professor, School of Environmental and Social Research, Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto
Yoshino Oishi
Professor (Photojournalist)
Shigetoshi Iwamatsu
(A-Bomb survivor), Chair, Japan Congress Against A- and H-Bombs (GENSUIKIN)
Terumi Tanaka
Secretary General, Japan Confederation of A-Bomb and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations (HIDANKYO) 
Representative, International Thorium Molten-Salt Forum
Professor of Waseda University
Mei Shigenobu
Michiya Kumaoka
Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC)
Ryuichi Hirokawa
SUZUKI, Takamura
Honorary Member of Japan Electric Power Engineering Association
Shinsho Kajita
Chief Priest, Honenin Temple (Kyoto)
Tatsuya Shigegaki
Coop employee
Ikuro Anzai
Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Ken Takada
Citizens’ Coordination Council against Bad Amendments to the Constitution
Steve Shallhorn
Executive Director, Greenpeace Japan
Kozue Ohkochi
Noriko Yanakita

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