VOICE OF SILENCE

VOICE OF SILENCE

Edited By : Ahmad Nateghi

Date : Summer 2010

ISBN 978-600-91234-1-4

Summary : A collection of photographies by Ahmad Nateghi, an iranian photojournalist who was among the first group of journalists who entered the town of halabja few minutes after the gas attack on 16 March 1988. Ahmad in his books tells narrates the eye witness accounts of one of the most shocking war crimes of 20th century.
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Atlas of Mustard Gas Injuries

Atlas of Mustard Gas Injuries

under supervison of Prof Kouki Inai     Date : August 2012

This book is an exemplary work of international scientific collaboration for the purpose of humanitarian assistance to war victims and to promote culture of peace which makes it a unique book in its field. It is the result of about 3 years of endeavor and cooperation between Iranian and Japanese researchers and physicians to collect and publish their experiences as a comprehensive study on health impacts of mustard gas, diagnosis and treatment of exposure related illnesses as well as health advice for the survivors and their families; the medical exchange finally led to compilation of the "Atlas of Mustard Gas Injuries" which has been written in three languages (English, Japanese and Persian) and published recently in Japan.

In writing this book, 27 medical doctors (18 Iranians & 9 Japanese) worked together and contributed; the “Atlas” has 22 chapters of which 14 chapters written by Iranians and 8 chapters by Japanese authors.

 

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Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicity at Low Levels

Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicity at Low Levels

Editor : Satu M. Somani , James A. Romano Jr

Date : December , 2000

ISBN : 0849308727-978   

Summary : This book is a must-read for any scientist interested in the role of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. The detailed references along with nonjudgmental descriptions as to any causal relationship for the development of chronic neuropsychiatric disease make this a valuable informational source... The book is a valuable addition to the field.
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Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents

Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents

EDITED BY : Ramesh C. Gupta

Date : 2009

ISBN : 5-374484-12-0-978

Summary :This exciting book covers every aspect of deadly toxic chemicals used as weapons of mass destruction and employed in conflicts, warfare and terrorism. Including findings from experimental as well as clinical studies, this one-of-a-kind handbook is prepared in a very user- friendly format that can easily be followed by students, teachers and researchers, as well as lay people....
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راهنمای بهداشت و سلامت برای جانبازان شیمیایی و مراقبین بهداشتی آنها

Clinical Management of Mustard Gas Casualties

 

Clinical Management of Mustard Gas Casualties

Editor : Jan L. Willems, M.D. Ph.D.

Summary : This book is a unique resource of first hand experiences of Belgian doctors in treatment of iranian CW casualties during 1980s.  it is published by Heymans Institute of Pharmacology University of Ghent Medical School Ghent,Belgium and Royal School of the Medical Services Leopoldskazerne B-9000 Ghent , Belgium

 

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Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicology and Treatment

Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicology and Treatment

Editors:Timothy T. Marrs, Robert L. Maynard , Frederick Sidell

Date : March 2007

ISBN 978-0-470-01359-5

Summary : This book provides a comprehensive review of chemical warfare agents, assessing all available evidence regarding the medical, technical and legal aspects of their use. It is an invaluable reference work for physicians, public health planners, regulators and any other professionals involved in this field.
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Transcend and Transform

Transcend and Transform: An Introduction to Conflict Work

 

Author : Johan Galtung

Date : October 2004

ISBN 0745322549

Summary : This is a practical handbook to conflict resolution, that shows how to overcome conflicts at all levels -- from personal domestic conflicts, to issue-based struggles about race, class and gender, and finally to major international conflicts between nation states or international divides along economic and religious lines.
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You Can Change the World

You Can Change the World: The Global Citizen's Handbook for Living on Planet Earth

Author : Ervin Laszlo

Date : January 2010

Summary :You Can Change the World: The Global Citizen's Handbook for Living on Planet Earth should be required reading for anyone who cares about the future of the planet. Written by renowned scientist, futurist and Club of Budapest founder Ervin Laszlo, You Can Change the World answers two pertinent questions-first, what is at the root of all the conflict and crisis in today's world? And second, what can actually be done to move toward a world where we can live in peace, without marginalizing and killing each other and destroying the environment?
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The Peace Book

The Peace Book: 108 Simple Ways to Create a More Peaceful World

Author : Louise Diamond

Date : 2001

 

ISBN 0976798204

 

Summary :Resource Guide for Promoting Peace!
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Iraq’s Use of Chemical Weapons against Iran: UN Documents 1984 – 1988

 Iraq’s Use of Chemical Weapons against Iran: UN Documents 1984 – 1988

Edited by : Dr. Shahriar Khateri

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    Tehran peace Museum is a member of the International Network of Museums for Peace. the main objective of the museum is to promote a culture of peace through raising awareness about the devastating consequences of war with focus on health and environmental impacts of Chemical weapons.

     

    Currently housed in a building donated by the municipality of Tehran within the historic City Park, the Tehran Peace Museum is as much an interactive peace center as a museum.

     

    On June 29, 2007, a memorial for the poison gas victims of the Iran-Iraq War (1980–88), along with a Peace Museum, was completed in a park in Tehran, the capital of Iran. These facilities were established by the Society for Chemical Weapons Victims Support (an Iranian NGO), the city of Tehran, some other NGOs, and individuals and groups in Hiroshima.

     

    The museum coordinates a peace education program that holds workshops on humanitarian law, disarmament, tolerance, and peace education. At the same time, it hosts conferences on the culture of peace, reconciliation, international humanitarian law, disarmament, and peace advocacy.

     

    Additionally, the museum houses a documentary studio that provides a workspace wherein the individual stories of victims of warfare can be captured and archived for the historical record. The museum’s peace library includes a collection of literature spanning topics from international law to the implementation of peace to oral histories of veterans and victims of war.

     

    Permanent and rotating peace-related art exhibitions displaying the work of amateur international and Iranian artists and children's drawings are also housed in the museum complex. Finally, the Iranian secretariat for the international organization Mayors for Peace is housed in the Tehran Peace Museum.

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Focus on Survivors' Involvement

Focus on Survivors' Involvement

"Their burnt eyes and their coughs express their suffering more eloquently than any words"

While visiting the Hiroshima Peace Museum the founders of the Tehran Peace Museum realized the necessity of involving the victims of war in the creation of the museum. Only these individuals could provide credible accounts of the harsh realities of war and their correlating desire for peace.

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What is a Peace Museum?

What is a Peace Museum?

When you first hear of a "Peace museum" you may be slightly mystified or perhaps even a bit skeptical. It is easy to imagine what goes into a war museum but what can you put in a peace museum? And if the peace movement is to be represented in a museum does that mean it is being relegated to the past? 

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The Tehran Peace Museum

The Tehran Peace Museum

Currently housed in a building donated by the municipality of Tehran within the historic City Park, the Tehran Peace Museum is as much an interactive peace center as a museum. It coordinates a peace education program that holds workshops and hosts conferences on the culture of peace, reconciliation, international humanitarian law, disarmament and peace advocacy.

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Founding the Iranian Peace Museum

Founding the Iranian Peace Museum

Its founding began with a conversation between the founder of the Tehran-based Society for Chemical Weapons Victims support (SCWVS) and a coordinator for the international Peace Museums Network in 2005. This, as well as a visit to Hiroshima, Japan by members of SCWVS a year before, prompted the desire for a museum in Tehran.

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