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Friends of the Earth and Peace Boat launch video series about Fukushima evacuees

FoE Japan 26th April 2020, Friends of the Earth Japan, in cooperation with Peace Boat, are launching a series of video testimonies of the current situation in Fukushima in 6
languages. This will begin on April 26, marking 34 years since the
Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster. Nine years have passed since the Fukushima
Nuclear Power Plant Disaster, and the damage continues to be incurred.
Although this disaster is still ongoing, efforts are made to render this

FoE Japan has conducted video interviews with evacuees, dairy
farmers, fishermen and other community members in order to make the ongoing
impacts more known as part of the “Fukushima Mieruka Project.” The
first multilingual installment in this series is an interview with Mr
Hasegawa Kenichi, a former dairy farmer from Iitate Village in Fukushima
Prefecture. This is being released simultaneously in English, Spanish,
French, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Korean and German.

April 28, 2020 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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