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Wednesday 11 March 2020
outside Japanese Embassy, 101 Piccadilly, London W1
17:30 – 18:30
Silence and prayer, poetry, speeches, songs
speakers and performers to be announced
Open mic for speeches by participants of the vigil
Please feel welcome to bring any of the following: torches, candle lanterns (jam jars good), banners, balloons and flowers.
Saturday 14 March 2020
assemble outside Japanese Embassy, 101 Piccadilly, London W1
12:00 for start at 12:30
Fancy dress/bright colours welcome – especially yellow!
Whitehall, opposite Downing Street
14:00 – approx 16:00
One-minute’s silence in remembrance of the victims of the continuing Fukushima disaster plus all victims of nuclear power generation
speakers and performers, order of speaking tba:
PARLIAMENTARY PUBLIC MEETING
Thursday 19 March 2020
Free, no ticket required, all welcome.
19:00 – 21:00
Committee Room 16, House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1
please arrive at the Cromwell Green entrance (no. 8 on map below) on St. Margaret Street, at least 20 minutes early to ensure enough time to pass through security: http://www.parliament.uk/documents/facilities/maps/colmap.pdf
Hosted and chaired by: Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP (Labour)
speakers, order tbc:
Dr Ian Fairlie, independent consultant on radioactivity in the environment.
Prof Keith Barnham, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Imperial College London
Co-Founder and CTO QuantaSol Ltd
Dr Phil Johnstone, Research Fellow, Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex
Ms Sonoda, Fukushima mother who evacuated with her child and husband; in June 2018 Ms Sonoda attended the 38th UNHRC (United Nations Human Rights Council) as a panellist in the Displaced Persons session, speaking as a victim of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear disaster.