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  • 2014 March « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    with thyroid cancer years later and over eighteen are not eligible for free medical care to treat it Data from another survey used by Fukushima Prefecture for analysis of the effect of radiation on thyroid cancer also lacks credibility For the purpose of surveying radiation each Fukushima resident was sent four months after the nuclear power accident a questionnaire sheet in which residents were asked to state where they were after the accident However only 25 answered Radiation was measured only in 30 of the respondents The Japanese government has not provided proactive support Although Fukushima Prefecture has repeatedly requested funding for medical care on this issue the Japanese government has not given any What it emphasizes is self help According to basic policies for the return of residents made in public last November people who have decided to return to Fukushima are asked and advised to carry a radiation dosimeter wherever they go and to live a life avoiding areas with high radiation Kazuko Ito Secretary General of Human Rights Now criticizes the Japanese government When a resident suffers from medical damage caused by radiation the Japanese government might say The resident who was not careful enough is to be blamed The Japanese government which promoted nuclear power and Tokyo Electric Power Company which operated the plant are responsible for the accident They have the obligation to create an environment in which residents can live without fear Switching the focus of the argument and underestimation of the effects of the accident only leads to mistrust English Translation Provided by Cinema Forum Fukushima Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant

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  • bitcoin donation « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    example she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent another Fukushima

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  • Follow up on Fukushima Crisis « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    events For example she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent

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  • Fukushima Action Project « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    For example she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent another

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  • Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    and subsequently diagnosed with thyroid cancer years later and over eighteen are not eligible for free medical care to treat it Data from another survey used by Fukushima Prefecture for analysis of the effect of radiation on thyroid cancer also lacks credibility For the purpose of surveying radiation each Fukushima resident was sent four months after the nuclear power accident a questionnaire sheet in which residents were asked to state where they were after the accident However only 25 answered Radiation was measured only in 30 of the respondents The Japanese government has not provided proactive support Although Fukushima Prefecture has repeatedly requested funding for medical care on this issue the Japanese government has not given any What it emphasizes is self help According to basic policies for the return of residents made in public last November people who have decided to return to Fukushima are asked and advised to carry a radiation dosimeter wherever they go and to live a life avoiding areas with high radiation Kazuko Ito Secretary General of Human Rights Now criticizes the Japanese government When a resident suffers from medical damage caused by radiation the Japanese government might say The resident who was not careful enough is to be blamed The Japanese government which promoted nuclear power and Tokyo Electric Power Company which operated the plant are responsible for the accident They have the obligation to create an environment in which residents can live without fear Switching the focus of the argument and underestimation of the effects of the accident only leads to mistrust English Translation Provided by Cinema Forum Fukushima Post navigation Older posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator

    Original URL path: https://cinemaforumfukushima.org/tag/fukushima-nuclear-power-plant-accident/ (2016-02-14)
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  • International Council of Women « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    For example she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent another

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  • NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    related events For example she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and

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  • 人見やよい « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    example she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent another Fukushima

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