For a World in Peace: IPPNW

Published on Dec 17, 2015

German original version: | Thirty years ago, IPPNW was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for the public education and advocacy work of its members on the dangers and effects of nuclear war. Today, IPPNW is still actively engaged in working for a world free of the nuclear threat, for a world in peace and for social responsibility. This short film, by Kathy Becker and Jonathan Happ, explains the organisation’s work and the motivation of its members. More about IPPNW here:

Consequences of Fukushima: Dr. Alex Rosen (IPPNW Germany)

Published on Feb 28, 2017

6 years after the nuclear accident of Fukushima, people in Japan have to live with the consequences of the catastrophe: More than 100.000 people are living as nuclear refugees scattered across the country. Radiation levels are still high. 184 children from the Fukushima region have been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Fukushima address by Dr. Alex Rosen, Vice-president of IPPNW Germany

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