It all started as an appeal by 25 year old Racheal, a student and environmental/peace activist from Tanzania, when she saw the devastating effects of uranium mining to the environment, health, and rights of indigenous people in other African countries like Niger and Mali. She did not want to see this happen to her country Tanzania, a potential future uranium mining country. Find out more about this ‘first of its kind’ international campaign led by young African activists who will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro later this year... To find out more....
Humanity is connected by common threats and shared benefits. You must also realize that nuclear weapons constitute a common threat and their destruction benefits us all. No matter if the country is large or small, a permanent arms or military economy offers no solution for the world's biggest problems. [...]Tue, Jul 17, 2018
Source IPPNW peaceandhealthblog
Japanese film maker Hideaki Ito has produced a documentary called “Exposure to Radiation—Post X Years,” which explores how the extensive tuna fishing ground came to be known as “the sea