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  • Voices for Lively Spring « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    that nuclear power was extremely dangerous Mr Koide dedicated over 40 years of his career to educate the nuclear industry and the general public to stop nuclear reactors in Japan After the nuclear disaster in Fukushima he gained rock star status due to his tireless efforts in providing detailed analysis and honest suggestions to the Japanese community about the extent of the disaster He will speak about the extremely dangerous conditions at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant including the concerns regarding the damaged Unit 4 irradiated fuel pool Hiroaki KOIDE Lecture in NYC from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo 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

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  • Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    Defense 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

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  • CFF « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    encounters with survivors during recent trips to Hiroshima and Nagasaki Mr Tomihisa Taue Mayor of Nagasaki will be among special guests at the event Presented By Japan Society Youth Arts New York Hibakusha Stories Peace Boat Interpreters Rachel Clark Marie Cochrane Videotaped Edited By East River Films Inc A student in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped Reiko Yamada saw a flash in the sky and was thrown to the ground by the force of the blast Her sister fortuitously home sick survived while all of her classmates who were mobilized to work in the city center that day perished Ms Yamada vividly remembers and recounts the suffering she observed in her family and neighbors and now is an outspoken critic of atomic weapons Michio Hakariya was at his house located 3 8 km away from the hypocenter when he experienced the bomb flash and bomb blast He sought refuge in an air raid shelter nearby and avoided further exposure to radiation After the war he taught in high schools for 36 years Participation in the 2nd Peace Boat Hibakusha Project in fall 2009 was the starting point for him to start telling his story Mr Hakariya joined the Nagasaki Foundation for the Promotion of Peace to give his testimony and he continues to talk about the true nature of nuclear weapons to young people traveling himself to South East Asia and around the world to do so Clifton Truman Daniel is the oldest grandson of 33rd U S 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 My 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 Dedicated to bringing living history into the classroom in the last three years Hibakusha Stories an initiative of Youth Arts New York passes the legacy of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to a new generation and empowers them with tools to build a world free of nuclear weapons The organization has brought atomic bomb survivors to over 10 000 high school students throughout the metro area Founded in 1907 Japan Society is a multidisciplinary hub for global leaders artists scholars educators and English and Japanese speaking audiences At the Society more than 100 events each year feature sophisticated topically relevant presentations of Japanese art and culture and open critical dialogue on issues of vital importance to the U S Japan and East Asia An American nonprofit nonpolitical organization the Society cultivates a constructive resonant and dynamic relationship between the people of the U S and Japan 2014 East River Films Inc All Rights Reserved World Wide Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014

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  • Atomic Bomb Survivor Testimony « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    Miller daughter of the Manhattan Project s Delos Van Dine will share personal histories with two atomic bomb survivors Shigeko Sasamori and Jong keun Lee Followed by Q A For invited high school groups only Co hosted with Youth Arts New York Hibakusha Stories Main Program 1 2 HD 28 min 20 sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Clifton Truman Daniel Shigeko Sasamori Jong keun Lee Dr Cynthia Miller Main Program 2 2 HD 27 min 15 sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Q A HD 14 min 37 sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Opening Remark HD 3 min 54 sec in English Mr Robert Fish Japan Society Director of Education Family Program Interactive Introduction to Disarmament HD 16 min 39 sec in English Mr Robert Croonquist Youth Arts New York Founder Treasurer Please review last October s event 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

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  • Cinema Forum Fukushima
    Earth Institute Columbia University He will discuss the PSR IPPNW critique of the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation UNSCEAR report on Fukushima as well as radiation related health issues Ms Sascha Gabizon Executive Director of Women in Europe for a Common Future WECF She recently co authored 4e Unsustainable Energy nuclear energy women and men s different health risks from nuclear radiation which could be found on pages 46 51 of the following report Kazuko Ito Esq Secretary General of Human Rights Now HRN a Japan based international human rights NGO with ECOSOC status She also serves as a member of the UN Women Regional Civil Society Advisory Group Asia Pacific and past chair of the Gender Equality Committee of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations As a part of the HRN activity she recently participated in fact finding missions to Fukushima in December 2013 and February 2014 She played an important role in coordinating meetings of Mr Anand Grover UN Special Rapporteur on right to health with Japanese civil societies and evacuees affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident during Mr Grover s visit to Japan in November 2012 CO SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS NOW Human Rights Now HRN an international NGO in consultative status with the ECOSOC is based in Tokyo with several hundreds of members composed of lawyers scholars journalists and concerned citizens In July 2011 on behalf of a coalition of civil society groups in Japan Human Rights Now requested the Office of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR for a Special Rapporteur to investigate the human rights situation after the disaster In response to the request Mr Anand Grover the Special Rapporteur on the right to health visited Japan in November 2012 In December 2012 HRN submitted a joint statement endorsed by more than 70 civil societies in Japan and worldwide urging the IAEA and the Japanese government to take a rights based approach in response to the nuclear disaster based on the preliminary findings and recommendations issued by Mr Grover in November To raise awareness of the situation in Fukushima after the nuclear accident HRN NY has organized human rights seminars and a press conference to inform the international community about the ongoing crisis WOMEN IN EUROPE FOR A COMMON FUTURE Women in Europe for a Common Future WECF an international network of over 100 women s environmental and health organizations implementing projects in 40 countries and advocating globally for a healthy environment for all WECF promotes a switch away from fossil fuels and nuclear energy towards sustainable and decentralized alternatives It was officially registered as a foundation in 1994 in the Netherlands following an initiative of European women at the Rio 1992 Earth Summit to work together for sustainable development and to give a voice and organization to the Women Major Group of Rio Agenda 21 Our project work brings safe ecological solutions to local problems in the areas of chemicals sanitation energy and food production Our

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  • Atomic Bomb Survivor « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    else should ever have to experience this cruelty A man who was 14 at the time of the bombing pleads If the people of the world could just share love for the Earth and love for all people an end to war would be more than a dream Even as their average age surpasses 78 the hibakusha continue to communicate their longing for peace They still hope the people of the world will come to share that longing and choose the right path In response to this desire of the many hibakusha who have transcended such terrible pain and sorrow the rest of us must become the force that drives the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons To that end the city of Hiroshima and the more than 5 700 cities that comprise Mayors for Peace in collaboration with the UN and like minded NGOs seek to abolish nuclear weapons by 2020 and throw our full weight behind the early achievement of a nuclear weapons convention Policymakers of the world how long will you remain imprisoned by distrust and animosity Do you honestly believe you can continue to maintain national security by rattling your sabers Please come to Hiroshima Encounter the spirit of the hibakusha Look squarely at the future of the human family without being trapped in the past and make the decision to shift to a system of security based on trust and dialogue Hiroshima is a place that embodies the grand pacifism of the Japanese constitution At the same time it points to the path the human family must walk Moreover for the peace and stability of our region all countries involved must do more to achieve a nuclear weapon free North Korea in a Northeast Asia nuclear weapon free zone Today a growing group of countries is focusing on the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons and calling for abolition President Obama has demonstrated his commitment to nuclear disarmament by inviting Russia to start negotiating further reductions In this context even if the nuclear power agreement the Japanese government is negotiating with India promotes their economic relationship it is likely to hinder nuclear weapons abolition Hiroshima calls on the Japanese government to strengthen ties with the governments pursuing abolition At the ministerial meeting of the Non Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative next spring in Hiroshima we hope Japan will lead the way toward a stronger NPT regime And as the hibakusha in Japan and overseas advance in age we reiterate our demand for improved measures appropriate to their needs As well we demand measures for those exposed to the black rain and an expansion of the black rain areas This summer eastern Japan is still suffering the aftermath of the great earthquake and the nuclear accident The desperate struggle to recover hometowns continues The people of Hiroshima know well the ordeal of recovery We extend our hearts to all those affected and will continue to offer our support We urge the national government to rapidly develop and implement a

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  • Youth Arts New York / Hibakusha Stories « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    and 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 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

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  • kenji kitahashi « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    nicht zu akzeptieren und zu verbrennen weil weder der Transport solcher radioaktiver Materialien noch deren Verbrennung sicher sind Es ist gefährlich Radioaktivität in saubere Gegenden zu verteilen Wenn solcher Müll verbrannt wird gelangen gesundheitsgefährdende radioaktive Partikel in die Atmosphäre und die ganze Welt Weitere radioaktive Teilchen finden sich in der Asche die bei der Verbrennung entsteht Sogar wenn die Asche nur für Bodenaufschüttungen verwendet wird wird das radioaktive Cäsium ins Wasser des Ozeans gelangen weil es wasserlöslich ist Oder eine Pflanze oder ein Tier befördern es in die Luft und in die Lungen von jemandem oder über die Nahrung in den Mund von jemandem Nach dem Desaster von Fukushima Dai ichi wurden die Standards der japanischen Regierung geändert um nun eine höhere radioaktive Exposition zu erlauben als vor dem Desaster als sicher betrachtet wurde Vorher musste industrieller Müll mit eine Cäsiumkonzentration von 100 Becquerel pro Kilogramm Bq kg und mehr mit Vorsichtsmaßnahmen behandelt und als radioaktiver Müll nur an dafür vorgesehenen Orten gelagert werden Jetzt ist es so dass der Müll für Bodenaufschüttungen oder als normaler Müll behandelt wird wenn die radioaktive Cäsiumkonzentration maximal 8 000 Bq kg beträgt Es gibt keine wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse um diesen 80 fachen Wert an erlaubter Strahlung zu rechtfertigen Ein Bericht der IAEA vom Oktober 2011 über Erkenntnisse über radioaktiven Müll stellt fest Große Mengen kontaminierten Materials werden durch großangelegte Aufräumarbeiten in Städten auf Feldern Wäldern und am Wasser entstehen die am stärksten vom Austritt radioaktiven Cäsiums betroffen sind Das Material umfasst Boden organisches Material Fahrzeuge Straßenbaumaterialien wasserhaltige Flüssigkeiten Bäume und Baumstümpfe die mit Cs 134 und Cs 137 kontaminiert werden Die Menge an Radioaktivität reicht von wenigen zu mehreren Zehntausend Tonnen von Bq kg Es ist schwer möglich den genauen Kontaminationsgrad des Mülls zu bestimmen der in anderen Teile Japans inklusive Kitakyushu transportiert werden soll Wir sollten niemals ein solches gefährliches und langandauerndes Erbe unseren Nachkommen hinterlassen Wir sollten die Verbreitung radioaktiver Verstralung stoppen und das Land die Luft und das Wasser von Kyushu schützen Wir können Menschen helfen die direkt von diesem schrecklichen Desaster betroffen wurden und sie sich in der sauberen Umgebung von Kyushu erholen lassen Entsprechend fordern wir den Bürgermeister von Kitykyushu Kenji KITAHASHI auf 1 Bitte stoppen Sie die Akzeptanz und Verbrennung von Müll der durch das Desaster entstand sofort da die Sicherheit nicht gewährleistet ist 2 Bitte unterstützen und fördern Sie Maßnahmen die der Bevölkerung von Tohoku Gebieten in der Umgebung on Fukushima Dai ichi die stark radioaktiv verstrahlt sind wie beispielsweise kontinuierliche Aufnahme von Evakuierten um ihnen eine Ruhepause und Erholung zu ermöglichen 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

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