Residents from Fukushima, along with Japanese civil society activists, would be visiting India this week to share their stories. The life stories – full of struggle and resilience – of more than 100,000 people who continue to live away from their home, while the accident in the crippled reactors is still unfolding, are a testimony to the fact that nuclear disasters are humanely insurmountable, even in countries that are technologically most advanced.
The Fukushima residents will share their stories in India – with students, farmers, normal citizens and the media – in Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai.
We cordially invite you to attend the meetings and invite your friends.
Auditoriaum, School of Social Sciences, Building – 1
Jawaharlal Nehru University
|Masami Yoshizawa (62)|
Mizuho Sugeno (28)
Emiko Fujioka (50)
Manager of ‘Ranch of Hope Fukushima’ located at 14 kilometers (9 miles) from the Fukushima nuclear power plant to keep his cattle alive as living proof of the nuclear disaster.
President of Kibou no Tane company (Seeds of Hope company), young woman restarted organic farming on the soil contaminated with radioactive material.
Secretary General of the Fukushima Beacon for Global Citizens Network (Fukuden),
A member of Fukushima Booklet Committee in Japan