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.
http://nuclear-news.net/2018/09/05/fukushima-nuclear-testimony-ohchr-unhrc-crin-safecast-september-2018-part-1/

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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…

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