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Posted by Shaun McGee aka Arclight2011

posted on 5th September 2018

The plight of the internally displaced people (IDP​s) of Japan has largely gone unrecognised by most media sources. IDP`s though, have been recognised in the last UN Plenary session concerning Japan, here is a link for that;

https://nuclear-news.net/2017/11/17/u-n-body-calls-on-japan-to-improve-protection-of-press-freedoms-and-fukushima-residents-rights/

In this video (part 1 of a series) Junko, a mother and ex decommissioning worker describes the health situation in answer to a question put to her by Rachel Clark (Japanese translator) on behalf of the team at nuclear-news.net and Nuclear Hotseat.
Junko describes the health effects on her children and workers cleaning up the soil in contaminated areas.
This is the first part of a series of testimonies. Please share widely. This video and copy is creative commons with normal attrib.

 

NOTE ; During the early months of the disaster a health survey was conducted by a Japanese nurse who had worked in the Chernobyl contaminated regions of Ukraine and Belarus. No other survey of its type was done by the Japanese authorities. Here is the video from a Japanese TV station that compiled the statistics and the discusssion that followed (In Japanese but with English subtitles). This video helps confirm the claims of the testimony from the 2Sept 2018 video above.

A health survey in Fukushima covered up by the Japanese Media?

Latest call for the rights of citizens to be protected here;

Call to UN Human Rights Council to promote protection for workers from exposure to toxic substances,

https://nuclear-news.net/2018/08/20/call-to-un-human-rights-council-to-promote-protection-for-workers-from-exposure-to-toxic-substances/

 

 

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  1. Reblogged this on Fukushima 311 Watchdogs and commented:

    Posted by Shaun McGee aka Arclight2011
    5th September 2018

    The plight of the internally displaced people (IDP​s) of Japan has largely gone unrecognised by most media sources. IDP`s though, have been recognised in the last UN Plenary session concerning Japan, here is a link for that;
    https://nuclear-news.net/2017/11/17/u-n-body-calls-on-japan-to-improve-protection-of-press-freedoms-and-fukushima-residents-rights/

    In this video (part 1 of a series) Junko, a mother and ex decommissioning worker describes the health situation in answer to a question put to her by Rachel Clark (Japanese translator) on behalf of the team at nuclear-news.net and Nuclear Hotseat.
    Junko describes the health effects on her children and workers cleaning up the soil in contaminated areas.
    This is the first part of a series of testimonies. Please share widely. This video and copy is creative commons with normal attrib.
    https://nuclear-news.net/2018/09/05/fukushima-nuclear-testimony-ohchr-unhrc-crin-safecast-september-2018-part-1/

    Comment by dunrenard | September 7, 2018 | Reply

  2. […] In this video (part 1 of a series) Junko, a mother and ex decommissioning worker describes the health situation in answer to a question put to her by Rachel Clark (Japanese translator) on behalf of the team at nuclear-news.net and Nuclear Hotseat. Junko describes the health effects on her children and workers cleaning up the soil in contaminated areas. This is the first part of a series of testimonies. Please share widely. This video and copy is creative commons with normal attrib. https://nuclear-news.net/2018/09/05/fukushima-nuclear-testimony-ohchr-unhrc-crin-safecast-september-2… […]

    Pingback by #Fukushima #Nuclear testimony, #OHCHR #UNHRC #CRIN #Safecast September 2018 Part 1 – Fukushima 311 Watchdogs | September 7, 2018 | Reply

  3. Reblogged this on nuclear-news and commented:

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    In this video (part 1 of a series) Junko, a mother and ex decommissioning worker describes the health situation in answer to a question put to her by Rachel Clark (Japanese translator) on behalf of the team at nuclear-news.net and Nuclear Hotseat.
    Junko describes the health effects on her children and workers cleaning up the soil in contaminated areas.
    Please share and like the video on You Tube to show support for the internally displaced people in Japan #OHRC #OSCE

    Comment by arclight2011part2 | September 7, 2018 | Reply


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