Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region/VOIP meeting May 8, 2014

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This Skype conference was as well one of the continuously held updating internet conferences as the reporting Skype conference on this week's working meeting.


Contents

Skype conference May 8th, 2014 at 11 AM

Topics:

  1. clarification of facilitation + minutes keeping
  2. reporting from this week's working meeting
  3. updates from projects and working groups
  4. introduction to secure communication tools
  5. appointment for next VOIP conference


Minutes

Participants: A.,B.,C.


clarification of facilitation + minutes keeping

  • facilitation: B.
  • minutes keeping: C.


reporting from this week's working meeting

  • 6 activists from Russia, Belarus and Germany attended the working meeting.
  • introduction day for new activists from Russia and Belarus
  • A new info tour about the nuclear sites (NPPs, waste disposal sites, research facilities, uranium sites, etc.) at the Baltic Sea is planned. Additionally, presenting a photo exhibition on nuclear struggles around the sea based on the 2010 Baltic Sea Info Tour is supposed to start at the same time. So far 21 cities are under discussion for holding the lectures. Two activists are willing to hold lectures in different countries around the Baltic Sea. Different goals of the info tour lecture were discussed. The lecture will be held on the international anti-nuclear summer camp in August near Kiel first. The actual info tour will start on 1st of October 2014 in Amsterdam.
  • There was a secure communication workshop during the working meeting on 7th of May 2014.
  • The Skype conference on the current situation of the Belarusian Ostrovets NPP was postponed to 9th of May 2014 at 11 AM CEST.


updates from projects and working groups


introduction to secure communication tools


appointment for next VOIP conference

The next project meeting via skype is taking place on Saturday, June 7th 2014, at 8 PM CEST.



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