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Uranabbau in Indien - ein Film über die gesundheitlichen Auswirkungen auf die Bevölkerung

veröffentlicht um 24.08.2012, 22:15 von Martin Walter   [ aktualisiert 09.09.2012, 03:09 von Martin Walter ]
The 10-minutes short documentary based on a recent study conducted by the Indian Doctors for Peace and Development (IDPD Patna chapter) in and around villages of Jadugoda uranium mine with help of JOAR (www.jadugoda.net). IDPD is Indian chapter of Germany / US -based International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW- Noble Peace prize winner Organization). 
This video shows the plight and harass realities of the health conditions of people who lives near to the Jadugoda mine, mill and tailing dam, which the UCIL (Uranium Corporation of India limited) always deny on any effect of radiation on the local population. 

This video was first screened at the international conference, Nuclear War — A Pandemic, that was organised by the Royal Medical Society in London in October 2007 and then in the International Conference of IPPNW in march 2008 in delhi. This is the second movie by the Jharkhand based filmmaker, Shriprakash-Prakash (kritikashri@hotmail.com) in the same issue. His first film, Buddha Weeps in Jadugoda, was screened at international film festivals and appreciated worldwide.