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  • We are all caretakers of this planet. « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on Global Health and Environment Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Blog at WordPress com Instagram By ERFNYC Archives January 2016 May 2015 November 2014 July 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 August 2013 July 2013

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  • 2012 December « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    December 6 2012 By CFF in Uncategorized Tags Fukushima Daiichi Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Leave a comment Location Based Radiation Dose Estimates by US Dep of Defense Here s in Japanese 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on Global Health and Environment Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Blog at WordPress com Instagram By ERFNYC Archives January 2016 May 2015 November 2014 July 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 March 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 Categories Abolition 2000 Atomic Bomb Survivor Testimony donation Friends From an organizer Helen Caldicott Foundation Hiroaki Koide Human Rights

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  • 2012 November « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    building visions Those visions will reveal a new system of personal and collective thoughts and actions which will gradually counteract phenomena currently damaging the quality of life on earth The foundation works from a belief that it is the artist s calling to inspire a revival of the life enhancing dynamisim of consciousnes The Foundation s purpose in addition is to create and put into practice an ontological vision that transcends the structures and workings of existing systems This follows from a belief that it is in art s nature to explore the function of free will and to transcend contrivance in order to construct a social model that allows human existence to stand on its own Filmed Edited by East River Films Inc Hotel Americano NYC Post navigation 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global

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  • Why Can’t They Relocate? Fukushima’s Dilemma « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    Fl NY NY 10155 WHEN Friday October 26 2012 7PM 9PM WHO Ms Kazumi Watanabe Mammy z Tummy Project for Fukushima Japan Satoshi Nishida Esq Human Rights Now Mari Inoue Esq Human Rights Now BACKGROUND A year and a half after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima there are still many families with children who live in highly contaminated areas for various reasons even if they are concerned about the health effects from radiation exposure Many citizens are struggling financially and unable to relocate to outside of Fukushima without a proper assistance from the government Fukushima families unique ties with neighbors relatives and friends in their communities sometimes prevent them to evacuate from contaminated areas Some families with members who have a disability or chronic illness do not have capacity to relocate to a new community In order to assist those families from highly contaminated areas in Fukushima many Japanese nonprofit organizations and grassroots organizations established hoyo projects or recreation projects to provide them with temporary group homes so that their children could enjoy short term recreation opportunities in less contaminated areas while reducing their accumulated dosage of radiation However these projects are now facing challenges SPONSORING ORGANIZATION HUMAN RIGHTS NOW Human Rights Now HRN is an international NGO based in Tokyo with more than 700 members composed of lawyers scholars and journalists HRN dedicates itself to the protection and promotion of human rights To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident HRN organized a human rights forum in March 2012 at the UN Church Center in conjunction with the 56th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Mothers and children who were evacuated from Fukushima spoke about the great and ongoing disruption of their lives Our goal is to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis and advocate for the protection of communities in Japan IN COOPERATION WITH MAMMY Z TUMMY PROJECT FOR FUKUSHIMA Mammy z Tummy for Fukushima is a grassroots organization established in 2011 after the nuclear accident in Fukushima The organization provides a temporary rescue facility in a relatively less contaminated area in Fukushima to support families who are unable to evacuate or participate in recreation projects outside of Fukushima due to their children s disability or illness Share this Twitter Facebook Like this Like Loading Related Post navigation Sharing Personal Stories Atomic Bomb Survivors Meet Harry Truman s Grandson Today Is The Day Foundation One response news feed says February 7 2013 at 4 41 am Some really wonderful posts on this internet site regards for contribution Be absolutely determined to enjoy what you do by Sarah Knowles Bolton Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out

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  • Kazumi Watanabe « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    contaminated areas in Fukushima and discuss how civil societies could support and protect citizens in affected areas after a nuclear disaster A short film of recreation projects in Japan grassroots projects to provide short term recreation opportunities in less contaminated areas for families with children to reduce accumulated dosage of radiation will be shown A discussion session with audience will follow after presentations WHERE ING Direct Café at 968 3rd Avenue 58th St 2nd Fl NY NY 10155 WHEN Friday October 26 2012 7PM 9PM WHO Ms Kazumi Watanabe Mammy z Tummy Project for Fukushima Japan Satoshi Nishida Esq Human Rights Now Mari Inoue Esq Human Rights Now BACKGROUND A year and a half after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima there are still many families with children who live in highly contaminated areas for various reasons even if they are concerned about the health effects from radiation exposure Many citizens are struggling financially and unable to relocate to outside of Fukushima without a proper assistance from the government Fukushima families unique ties with neighbors relatives and friends in their communities sometimes prevent them to evacuate from contaminated areas Some families with members who have a disability or chronic illness do not have capacity to relocate to a new community In order to assist those families from highly contaminated areas in Fukushima many Japanese nonprofit organizations and grassroots organizations established hoyo projects or recreation projects to provide them with temporary group homes so that their children could enjoy short term recreation opportunities in less contaminated areas while reducing their accumulated dosage of radiation However these projects are now facing challenges SPONSORING ORGANIZATION HUMAN RIGHTS NOW Human Rights Now HRN is an international NGO based in Tokyo with more than 700 members composed of lawyers scholars and journalists HRN dedicates itself to the protection and promotion of human rights To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident HRN organized a human rights forum in March 2012 at the UN Church Center in conjunction with the 56th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Mothers and children who were evacuated from Fukushima spoke about the great and ongoing disruption of their lives Our goal is to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis and advocate for the protection of communities in Japan IN COOPERATION WITH MAMMY Z TUMMY PROJECT FOR FUKUSHIMA Mammy z Tummy for Fukushima is a grassroots organization established in 2011 after the nuclear accident in Fukushima The organization provides a temporary rescue facility in a relatively less contaminated area in Fukushima to support families who are unable to evacuate or participate in recreation projects outside of Fukushima due to their children s disability or illness Post navigation 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015

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  • Mammy z Tummy Project for Fukushima « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    families in contaminated areas in Fukushima and discuss how civil societies could support and protect citizens in affected areas after a nuclear disaster A short film of recreation projects in Japan grassroots projects to provide short term recreation opportunities in less contaminated areas for families with children to reduce accumulated dosage of radiation will be shown A discussion session with audience will follow after presentations WHERE ING Direct Café at 968 3rd Avenue 58th St 2nd Fl NY NY 10155 WHEN Friday October 26 2012 7PM 9PM WHO Ms Kazumi Watanabe Mammy z Tummy Project for Fukushima Japan Satoshi Nishida Esq Human Rights Now Mari Inoue Esq Human Rights Now BACKGROUND A year and a half after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima there are still many families with children who live in highly contaminated areas for various reasons even if they are concerned about the health effects from radiation exposure Many citizens are struggling financially and unable to relocate to outside of Fukushima without a proper assistance from the government Fukushima families unique ties with neighbors relatives and friends in their communities sometimes prevent them to evacuate from contaminated areas Some families with members who have a disability or chronic illness do not have capacity to relocate to a new community In order to assist those families from highly contaminated areas in Fukushima many Japanese nonprofit organizations and grassroots organizations established hoyo projects or recreation projects to provide them with temporary group homes so that their children could enjoy short term recreation opportunities in less contaminated areas while reducing their accumulated dosage of radiation However these projects are now facing challenges SPONSORING ORGANIZATION HUMAN RIGHTS NOW Human Rights Now HRN is an international NGO based in Tokyo with more than 700 members composed of lawyers scholars and journalists HRN dedicates itself to the protection and promotion of human rights To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident HRN organized a human rights forum in March 2012 at the UN Church Center in conjunction with the 56th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women Mothers and children who were evacuated from Fukushima spoke about the great and ongoing disruption of their lives Our goal is to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis and advocate for the protection of communities in Japan IN COOPERATION WITH MAMMY Z TUMMY PROJECT FOR FUKUSHIMA Mammy z Tummy for Fukushima is a grassroots organization established in 2011 after the nuclear accident in Fukushima The organization provides a temporary rescue facility in a relatively less contaminated area in Fukushima to support families who are unable to evacuate or participate in recreation projects outside of Fukushima due to their children s disability or illness Post navigation 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11

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  • 2012 October « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    is offered in cooperation with Peace Boat Mr Robert Croonquist Opening Remark HD 12 min 44 sec in English Q A Session with NYC High School Students HD 32 min 52 sec in English Setsuko Thurlow Testimony HD 13 min 5 sec in English ABOUT SPEAKER Ms Setsuko Thurlow As a 13 year old schoolgirl Setsuko Thurlow found herself in close proximity to the hypocenter of the atomic blast that rocked Hiroshima A survivor of one of the most pivotal events in modern history she shares her experiences in order to sensitize us to the consequences of armed conflict on civilian populations and to promote lasting peace She joined forces with the mayors of Toronto Hiroshima and Nagasaki to establish the Peace Garden in Toronto Over the years she has served with a number of organizations including Voices of Women the Canadian Council of Churches and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament à Canadian Pugwash Group and Toronto Hiroshima Day Coalition continuing her journey from victim to activist On October 26 2007 she received the Order of Canada Citation in Toronto Ontario Yasuaki YAMASHITA Testimony HD 8 min 56 sec in English ABOUT SPEAKER Mr Yasuaki YAMASHITA When the A Bomb fell on Nagasaki August 9 1945 Yasuaki Yamashita was 6 years old An artist and ceramicist he moved to Mexico in 1968 where he has accepted many invitations to speak about his A Bomb experience These have included schools universities cultural centers a committee of the Mexican Senate and the San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts In 2010 he gave his testimony at a memorial ceremony organized by the Mexico City Government on the occasion of the 65 th Anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombs He feels that it is important to keep alive the memory of the suffering devastation and death that nuclear weapons can cause in the hope that no one will ever use them again Clifton Truman Daniel Testimony HD 5 min 48 sec in English ABOUT SPEAKER Mr Clifton Truman Daniel Clifton Truman Daniel is the oldest grandson of 33 rd US President Harry S Truman and the honorary chairman of the Truman Library Institute in Independence MO A former journalist and public relations executive Mr Daniel is the author of two books on his grandparents Growing Up With Grandfather Memories of Harry S Truman Birch Lane Press 1995 and Dear Harry Love Bess Bess Truman s Letters to Harry Truman 1919 1943 Truman State University Press 2011 He is currently at work on a book on the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 2012 Copy Rights East River Films Inc Post navigation 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November

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  • 2012 June « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    000 tons through March 2014 The debris in Ishinomaki shi Miyagi prefecture in Northern Japan Tohoku will be transported to Kitakyushu City in the south island of Japan Kyushu by a carrying vessel There are three incinerator plants and will be buried in Wakamatsu Ward landfill in Kitakyushu City This action will be the very first one in the entire Western part of Japan where the regions are relatively unaffected by Fukushima Dai ichi Nuclear accident Please sign the petition below to stop burning radioactive disaster debris Landfill in Wakamatsu ward 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 in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on Global Health and Environment Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Blog at WordPress com Instagram By ERFNYC Archives January 2016 May 2015 November 2014 July

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