Japan and the World Connect for a Nuclear Free Future, March 10, 2015
Date: March 10, 2015
Location: Hibiya

Japan and the World Connect for a Nuclear Free Future
- 4 Years Since the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster -

Join a group of youth and other representatives from around the world to reflect upon what has actually happened since the Fukushima accident. Several disaster survivors will attend, along with international representatives from five nations including Russia, Turkey and India. This is a chance for people from all corners of the earth to connect in their common goal to rid the world of nuclear energy.

Guest Speakers:
- Sugihara Hiroshi (Kagoshima Anti-Nuclear Energy Network)
- Mashiko Rika (Director, NPO Body and Soul Happiness Project / Representative, Network of Mothers Fleeing Radiation)
- Pinar Demircan (nukleersiz, Turkey)
- Arif Fiyanto (Greenpeace Indonesia)
- Andrey Ozharovsky (The Bellona Foundation, Russia)
- Pablo Romo (SERAPAZ, Mexico)
- Macia Gomes (International Uranium Film Festival, Brasil)
- Kumar Sundaram (Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace, India)

We look forward to your participation.

Date: Tuesday 10 March, 19:00 - 21:00 (Venue opens at 18:30)
Venue: Hibiya Convention Hall (Hibiya Library B1)
Entry fee: General entry 1,000 JPY
*Free for those 30 and under.
*Simultaneous interpreting provided in English and Japanese.

Register here (Japanese Form) or email us (participate@peaceboat.gr.jp) with your name and contact information (please include "Nuclear Free Future" in the email subject).

Organized by Peace Boat and FoE Japan

Download the press release regarding this event here.

This is being organized as part of Peace Boat's efforts in relation to the fourth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami and subsequent Fukushima nuclear disaster. For more information about related events and programmes in Fukushima, please see the newly launched website, "Fukushima's Message to the World" or follow the Facebook page here.