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Remember Fukushima 8th anniversary events in London 2019

Kick Nuclear is delighted to be part of the organising team for the Remember Fukushima events in London:

nb this events page will be updated as new information becomes available so please check before setting out to any of the events listed below


twitter: @remembFukushima  • facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rememberfukushima311


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image: “Fly away” by 281_Anti nuke, courtesy of the artist and his agent, Roth Management Ltd.

organised by Kick Nuclear (London), Japanese Against Nuclear London and CND (Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament)

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VIGIL

Monday 11 March 2018

outside Japanese Embassy101 Piccadilly, London W1

17:30 – 19:30

Silence and prayer, poetry, speeches, songs

speakers and performers to be announced

Open mic for speeches by participants of the vigil

Please bring any of the following: torches, candle lanterns (jam jars good), banners, balloons and flowers. Fancy dress welcome!

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1212004702282409/

MARCH ON PARLIAMENT

Sunday 16 March 2019

assemble outside Japanese Embassy101 Piccadilly, London W1

12:00 for start at 12:30

Fancy dress/bright colours welcome – especially yellow!

followed by:

RALLY

Old Palace Yard opposite Parliament

14:00 – approx 16:00

One-minute’s silence in remembrance of the victims of the continuing Fukushima disaster plus all victims of nuclear power generation

speakers and performances to be announced

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/355574691936367/

PARLIAMENTARY PUBLIC MEETING – WITH THREE FUKUSHIMA MOTHERS

Tuesday 19 March 2018

Free, no ticket required, all welcome.

19:00 – 21:00

Room tbc, Westminster, London SW1

Host and Chair to be announced

speakers, order of speaking tba

Akiko Morimatsu, Fukushima mother who evacuated to Osaka with her two young children; leading light in the Japanese anti-nuclear movement & campaigning on behalf of the victims of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster: in March 2018 Akiko appeared in front of the UNHRC(United Nations Human Rights Council) to speak on behalf of the victims of the Fukushima Daiichi disaster;

Asami Yokota, Fukushima mother who remained in Fukushima but evacuated her son to Hokkaido;

Ms Sonoda, Fukushima mother who evacuated with her child and husband; in June 2018 Ms Sonoda attended the 38th UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council) as a panellist in the Displaced  Persons session, speaking as a victim of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear disaster;

Dr Ian Fairlie, independent consultant on radioactivity in the environment;

Dr David Toke, Reader in Energy Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations in the University of Aberdeen

nearest tube station: westminster

please arrive at the entrance (no. 4 on map below) on Victoria Embankment at least 20 minutes early to ensure enough time to pass through security:

http://www.parliament.uk/documents/facilities/maps/colmap.pdf

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/508148923040283/

Contact: rememberfukushima311@gmail.com

FILM SCREENING AND TALK  – WITH THREE FUKUSHIMA MOTHERS, AT SOAS

Wednesday 20 March 2018

Free, no ticket required, all welcome.

19:00 – 22:00

Room B104, 1st floor of Brunei Gallery, opposite SOAS main building entrance

Film title to be announced

Akiko Morimatsu, Fukushima mother who evacuated to Osaka with her two young children; leading light in the Japanese anti-nuclear movement & campaigning on behalf of the victims of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster: in March 2018 Akiko appeared in front of the UNHRC(United Nations Human Rights Council) to speak on behalf of the victims of the Fukushima Daiichi disaster;

Asami Yokota, Fukushima mother who remained in Fukushima but evacuated her son to Hokkaido.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1503536093114824/

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