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Resolution of the Chornobyl+20: Remembrance for the Future Conference, Kyiv, Ukraine, April 23-25, 2006 PDF

"Nuclear Power – Myth and Reality"

Series of issue papers offered by Heinrich Böll Foundation with in-depth information on all important aspects to do with nuclear power worldwide:

Chernobyl Health Studies


"The Other Report on Chernobyl" (TORCH), commissioned by Rebecca Harms, Member of European Parliament for Chernobyl+20 conference. PDF April, 2006

IPPNW literature review on Chernobyl consequences, PDF April 2006

Greenpeace report on Chernobyl consequences: 93,000 or more fatalities likely. PDF April 2006

Chernobyl: A Nuclear Catastrophe 20 Years On: A Review of the Present Situation in Ukraine. A report for Greenpeace by Large & Associates, PDF April 2006

Hot News
April 12: New Study Challenges IAEA Report on Chernobyl Consequences: Finds Death Toll Likely to be 30-60,000. NIRS Press release.


Ch+20 events

International Conference "Chornobyl+20: Remembrance for the Future"
Kyiv, Ukraine, April 23-25, 2006:

International Chernobyl+20 activities PDF

March 23-25, 2006: Chernobyl: Here and Now Conference sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia, and Friends of Chernobyl Centers, U.S., Inc. (FOCCUS).

Three-part Chernobyl+20 film festival in Washington DC, information here PDF

Chernobyl+20 events in Chicago PDF

Chernobyl+20 events in California
Flyer for Los Angeles events PDF

C20/Earth Day event in Erie, Pennsylvania PDF

Twentieth Anniversary Chernobyl Candelight Vigil and Requiem in
Washington DC:

The Washington Group, in cooperation with the Embassy of Ukraine in
Washington and Washington DC area Ukrainian churches (Holy Trinity
Ukrainian Catholic Church, St. Andrew's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral,
Ukrainian Catholic National Shrine of the Holy Family), invites you to a
20th Anniversary Chornobyl Commemoration Candlelight Vigil and Requiem. Please bring candles.

When: Wednesday, April 26. 7:00pm
Where: Taras Shevchenko Monument
22nd and P St. NW
Washington, DC
Near Dupont Metro station
More information:
Andrew Sorokowski, 202-514-1822
or Adrian Pidlusky 240-381-0993

More Information

One Million Europeans say NO THANKS to nuclear power: More than 150 European organisations have joined hands to challenge the political leaders of the EU and European countries - will they end the use of nuclear power and abolish the nuclear promotion contract, Euratom, if 1 Million Europeans demand it with their signature? Help us to collect 1 million signatures, join our action days, help distribute new campaign materials and encourage your friends to become active as well. Nuclear power is the problem, not the solution! STOP NUCLEAR POWER!


Abandoned house in the Chernobyl exclusion zone.
Photo by Gabriela Bulisova.