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2014 “Fukushima 3 Years On and Implications for UK Nuclear Power Plans” – The March to Parliament

http://www.januk.org/event.html

Monday 10th 2014

19.00 – 21.00

Meeting in Committee Room 10 in The House of Commons

Speeches and discussion about the situation in Japan three years on since Fukushima and the lessons we can learn for a nuclear-free world.
Enter Parliament by public entrance by central St. Stephen’s Tower.
Arrive half an hour early to get through security.

The vigil

11th March 2014

outside Japanese Embassy

101 Piccadilly, W1J 7JT

18.00 – 20.00pm

Candle-Lit vigil in support of families and people of all ages continuing to suffer the affects of Fukushima.
Please bring torch & wrap up warm.

15th March 2014

The March to Parliament

Hyde Park Corner – London

Assemble 12.30pm, Start 13.00

Assemble at Hyde Park Corner at 12.30 to start the march at 13.00

Route: Hyde Park Corner, Japanese Embassy, ​​TEPCO London Office, Piccadilly Circus, Japan Centre, Trafalgar Square, Parliament

Themes:. Colour yellow & sunflower Sound-making instrument, placards, fancy dress, etc welcome

Rally: starts when the march arrives approx at 15.00 in Old Palace Yard opposite the House of Lords


© JANUK.org 2012-2014arclight2011 – JANUK english website is “not working” so i am sorry about the translation from their Japanese website..

January 31, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized

1 Comment »

  1. Please translate. I know you’re busy, but . . . .

    Comment by Schuyler Gould | February 1, 2014 | Reply


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