The Tehran Peace museum would be closed for visits on April 18th, 22nd and 24th to hold Peace Counts workshops.
The Peace Counts exhibition includes 25 stories of successful peace builders from around the world and is a part of international "Peace Counts on Tour" project by Berghof Foundation. "Peace Counts" has been recognized by UNESCO as a contribution to the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence.
Representatives of Peace Museums from all over the world gathered in Belfast in Northern Ireland during 11-12 April and the Tehran Peace Museum (TPM) was among them. Over 20 countries were represented at this, the 9th International Conference for the International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP).
The anniversary ceremony of "National Day of War Victims" memorial was held in Tehran Peace Museum (TPM) on March 11th, 2017, with the presence of Dr. Seyyed Abbas Araghchi, guests from the ministry of foreign affairs (MFA), narrators and active warfare survivors of TPM, and warfare victims' families, as well as young volunteers of the museum and media staff. After visiting the museum, and paying tribute to the victims of war, the guests renewed meeting with the revered warfare survivors.
"Peace On Earth" Drawing Exhibition in Bulgaria, A collaboration among Bulgarian Embassy in Iran, Hadis Educational Center and TPM
"Peace on Earth" drawing exhibition was held in Graffit Gallery in Varna, Bulgaria, from March 1st to 10th. This exhibition which is a collaboration among Bulgarian Embassy in Iran, Hadis Educational Center and TPM is consisted of the drawings Iranian and Bulgarian Children from Hadis Educational center in Iran and six art schools in Varna, Sofia and Kazanlak in Bulgaria.
Tehran Peace Museum representatives attending in the Seventh Congress of Combat and Trauma Medicine at Khuzestan
TPM representatives attended in seventh national congress of Combat and Trauma Medicine at Khuzestan. Many physicians, specialists, professors and scholars took part in this congress which was held in Ahwaz, Abadan, and Khoramshahr from February 21st to 23rd.
In line with various collaborations with Japanese non-profitable organization, MOCT for incessant thirteen years, the Society for Chemical Weapons Victims Support (SCWVS) and Tehran Peace Museum (TPM) hosted the representatives of this organization in February 2016. The collaboration which first took place in 2004 is based on mutual recognition, cultural exchange, public awareness about chemical warfare survivors and endeavoring to publicize the negative consequences of war and weapons of mass destruction.
Release ceremony of the book titled "With Iranian Chemical Warfare Survivors: Twenty years of International Medical Relief" was held
Release ceremony of the book "With Iranian Chemical Warfare Survivors: twenty years of International Medical Relief" by Dr. Shizuko Tsuya and Persian translation of Yaser Shahbazi was held on Monday 13th, February 2017 from 5:30 pm till 6:50 pm at Ostad Shahnaz Hall in artists' forum with the cooperation of the Society for Chemical Weapons Victims Support (SCWVS) and Tehran Peace Museum (TPM).
The ceremony to launch the Persian translation of the book titled "With Iranian Chemical Warfare Survivors: Twenty years of International Medical Aid" by Dr. Shizuku Tsuya will be held on Monday 13th, February 2017 at the Artists' Forum with the presence of the author.
A sequence of "We'd Be at Peace" series was filmed at Tehran Peace Museum on January 28th, 2017. This drama which has a theme of the Iran-Iraq war is produced by Farhad Goli and directed by Rouhollah Sohrabi and so far, 13 episodes out of 52 episodes of it has been aired on national TV channel two.
Tehran Peace Museum and the Society for Chemical Weapons Victims Support (SCWVS) express their condolences on the demise of Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani who passed away on January 8, 2017 due to heart failure.
Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani was previously the president of Islamic Republic of Iran from 1989 until 1997 as well as the chairperson of the Assembly of Experts from 2007 to 2011. He was serving as the chairperson of Expediency Discernment Council since 1989 until his death.
May he rest in peace ...