1986 it was said, 1996 quoted:
2007 it happened to TECPO already:
1986 it was said, 1996 quoted:
2007 it happened to TECPO already:
Since the Belarusian State now requires biometric data collection, probably many Belarusian children can not leave / travel. Because this takes all the time. The Children live in irradiated areas. They wanted to relax in Germany.
This is why Recovery for irradiated Childrens is important:
for more info write to: http://bag-tschernobyl.net/wer-wir-sind.html
“Possible scale of lost or impaired children after Chernobyl in all of Europe and the part of Asia covered – Missing Children: 2,5 Million.” PAGE 34 http://www.ratical.org/radiation/Chernobyl/RIGEinEuroandCNPPc.pdf
“not until 2016, at the earliest, will we know the full number of those likely to develop serious medical conditions.” former Secretary-General Kofi Annan http://www.un.org/ha/chernobyl/docs/sgsm7778.htm
Chernobyl’s Core became a Continent:
How Chernobyl kills and harms:
How People learn to protect themselves against Radioactive Atoms, in Food, Soil:
The situation NOW in Chernobyl irradiated Belarus:
Chernobyl Genocide 1991, belarusian Government:
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Tomorrow at 7 am starts early the big trip to Japan. The german NGO “For a world without an Atomic Threat” travels with german an belarusian youths to Japan. The programs includes Fukushima 20 and 30 km zone, Hiroshima, and the place where radioactive waste is burned, meeting with other students and youths.
Visiting: Peace Museum Hiroshima: http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/index_e2.html
Exchanges with students in Hiroshima City University (Professor Masae Yuasa)
Photo exhibition Chernobyl Fukushima
Event at the House of Representatives (upper house) 102
with experts and activists
Speech on incinerator of radioactive waste in the village Samekawa
Action by Mrs. Keiko Sasaki, talk with Fukushima Prefecture Officials
There will be a diary video blog on this website: http://restart-initiative.org/about-us-2/
The group returned from Japan, here is the Interview: Here are the resutls of the trip of our NGO to Japan, with belarusian and japanese and german youths: – the japanese youths, student did not know that the health impact of Chernobyl is now showing up, and that people now suffer (although it was also the case after the explosions), they are very interested, what kind of energy can replace nuclear energy, there seems to be not an outcry like it was the case in 1986, and the japanese want to continue to cooperate with ou NGO. The whole interview (german) is here: Minute 12 on- German Radio SWR2: http://swrmediathek.de/player.htm?show=0d855640-cd65-11e3-988b-0026b975f2e6
The overall programm:
The program in Hiroshima:
Base for the trip, the 2013 program:
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“Dr. Inge SCHMITZ-FEUERHAKE – Genetic Effects of Ionizing Radiation Born 1935 in Osnabrück, studied physics and mathematics. 1966 she wrote her PhD thesis on dosimetry of radioactive fallout. From 1966 to 1973 the physicist worked at the institute for nuclear medicine at the Hannover Medical School and researched on the dosimetry and diagnostic application of radioactive radiation. From 1973 to 2000 she taught as professor for experimental physics at the University of Bremen.”
9th post about the Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium with REAL independent experts, from March 4th – 7th 2014, Germany:
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Chernobyl, Chernobyl Relief Group of Kansai, Fukushima, genetics, Hyogo College of Medicine, ICRP, Katsumi Furitsu, nuclear, Osaka University, Radiation, reactor, UNSCEAR, WHO, 博士克己Furitsu on March 15, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Dr. Katsumi Furitsu, born 1959, holds a PhD on medical genetics and radiation biology of the Osaka University.
8th post about the Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium with REAL independent experts, from March 4th – 7th 2014, Germany:
Katsumi Furitsu, born 1959, holds a PhD on medical genetics and radiation biology of the Osaka University, Japan and at present works in the department of genetics at the Hyogo College of Medicine. Furitsu has been a member of IPPNW Japan since 2005. She got involved in peace and anti-nuclear-movement as a student activist in 1980 and continues the activities up to the present date as a member of “Campaign Against Radiation Exposure” and “Wakasa Solidarity Network” based in Osaka.
From 1986 to 2000, Furitsu was a member of the “Investigation committee of A-bomb survivors of Hannan Chuo Hospital” in Osaka. The committee carried out a questionnaire survey of 1200 A-bomb survivors regarding their health, living and mental situation.
She is one of the founders and executive members of the “Chernobyl Relief Group of Kansai” based in Osaka and visits Chernobyl affected areas in Belarus every year for exchange and cooperation with local people.
In 1992, Katsumi Furitsu was one of the witnesses at the “World Uranium Hearing” in Salzburg and gave testimony at the Permanent People’s Tribunal, Session on Chernobyl in Vienna in 1996.
Since 2004 Furitsu has been a member of the steering committee and science team of the “International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons” (ICBUW)
She visited several areas affected by the impacts of the “nuclear chain”, including uranium mine sites in the indigenous people’s land in the Southwest of the US, down-wind area of Nevada test site and Hanford nuclear facilities, as well as a former French nuclear test site in Algeria. Together with her colleagues, she is still struggling to do what she can do for the radiation victims in cooperation with the victims and to achieve a “nuclear free future”. SOURCE: http://www.chernobylcongress.org/speakers/artikel/b15e8810beda2864301f9d0a42d951c1/katsumi-furitsu.html
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Dr. Hisako Sakiyama
5th post about the Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium with REAL independent experts, from March 4th – 7th 2014, Germany: