3月11日(土)、12(日) 双葉・大熊の住民の方たちとの現状を共有するダイアログ 開催のお知らせ Announce of the "Dialogue to share current situations of locals in Futaba and Ohkuma Towns", 11-12 March

「双葉・大熊の住民の方たちとの現状を共有するダイアログ ~国際放射線防護委員会(ICRP)の協力による対話の継続~」
 On 11-12 March,
the "Dialogue to share current situations of locals near Futaba and Ohkuma Towns -- Continuing the dialogue in cooperation with the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) --"
will be held.

 Futaba town field tour is scheduled on the first day, Saturday 11. Due to the process of the area entry authorization and moving arrangement, the visit will be limited to pre-registered participants. Please be understanding of this.

 On the second day, Sunday 12, the Dialogue will be held at Naraha Aozora Nursery School. On this day the Dialogue will be open to the public, so please feel free to join. The closest station is Tatsuta Station, Joban line.

 The organizers hope this will help share the current situations of the people of Futaba and Ohkuma Towns.

〈報道関係者の皆さまへ〉To the press:
 Since hosts of the first-day tour do not accept accompanying mass media, we decline any request to cover the first-day tour.
 The second-day Dialogue is open to the public and there is no restriction to the press.

「双葉・大熊の住民の方たちとの現状を共有するダイアログ ~国際放射線防護委員会(ICRP)の協力による対話の継続~」
Dialogue to share current situations of locals near Futaba and Ohkuma Towns -- Continuing the dialogue in cooperation with the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) --
    日時:2017年3月11日(土) 3月12日(日)
    Date: March 11th and 12th, 2017
    場所:3月11日(土) 双葉町内現地立入見学(関係者のみ)
       3月12日(日) 楢葉町あおぞらこども園遊戯室(一般公開・聴講自由)
    Venue: March 11 (Sat): Field tour in Futaba Town (pre-registered participants only)
                March 12 (Sun): Dialogue in Naraha Town (open to the public)
    Organized by Futaba-Ohkuma Dialogue Organizing Committee
    Responsible person: Ryoko Ando (Ethos in Fukushima)
    With the participation of Ethos in Fukushima, Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN), the Nuclear Protection Evaluation Centre (CEPN) and the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA)
    Supported by The Nippon Foundation, Fukushima Medical University (applying)
    Simultaneous translation by Hirano Co. Ltd.
    Objective: March 11, 2017 marks the beginning of the seventh year since the Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident took place. Recovery, in terms of infrastructure in areas where people have been living, as well as areas people will soon be able to live, has progressed well. However, for difficult-to-return zones, recovery progress and plans for the future have been limited. The struggles felt in evacuation areas are not well known to the general public, and it has been difficult to share the evacuees’ experiences and issues during this time. Furthermore, the plan to build intermediate storage facilities in Ohkuma and Futaba Towns is moving forward, with reconstruction bases to be designated there in five years. It is hard to say that the viewpoints of people living in these places are widely shared across Japan. Japan as a whole not solely Fukushima Prefecture must be prepared to face the long-term consequences of both the difficult-to-return zones and the intermediate storage facilities. This dialogue will be an opportunity for locals to be heard, to voice their difficulties, and to establish a platform for further discussion regarding the kind of future that they desire.

    See the program below for the details.
    (The program currently available is not the final version. We will keep it updated.)

    連絡先:福島のエートス ethos.fukushima@gmail.com
    Please contact us Ethos in Fukushima, ethos.fukushima@gmail.com, if you have any question.

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