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* [[Chernobyl Day 2010]]
* [[Chernobyl Day 2010]]
* [[International Day Of Action For A Nuclear-Free Future]] ''(2011)''
* [[International Day Of Action For A Nuclear-Free Future]] ''(2011)''
* [[Anti-nuclear action in Minsk on April 25, 2011]]
* [[Sizewell Chernobyl anniversary camp and demo]] ''(UK, 2012)''
* [[Sizewell Chernobyl anniversary camp and demo]] ''(UK, 2012)''
* [[Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance 2014]]
* [[Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance 2014]]

Revision as of 12:20, 28 September 2019


Actions and events


  • lecture "The Reactor Catastrophe in Chernobyl"
    • Information about the Chernobyl site, basic facts of the accidents, rescue measurements, radiation doses, consequences of the catastrophe, lies of authorities and politicians, Chernobyl as a political symbol and conclusions. 62 slides with images of the accident and from Belarus (victims of the accident, liquidators, "empty villages", actions).
    • The slides are currently provided in German (smaller file)only, but the presentation can be held in English, too.
    • duration: some 2 hours
    • technical requirements: digital projector & screen, computer/laptop
    • contact: Falk Beyer, Falk AT nuclear-heritage DOT net[1]
  • theater group: Theatre Kryly Halopa
    • Since 2013 the theatre “Kryly Halopa” has started work on a documentary theatre project “Stories of Belarus”. The documentary theatre Chernobyl based on the authentic texts and documents, interviews and the fates of real people, technology verbatim and the most actual and contemporary topics of reality, is a genre that exists on the border of art and social analysis.


Guided tours to the nuclear exclusion zone of the catastrophe - caution! This article downplays the risks of radiation while scientific sounding data is mentioned without telling that any additional radiation dose is to be avoided. They don't speak about the alpha and beta radiation regular Geiger counters can't detect. Don't trust travel agencies promoting adventure trips to atomic disaster zones - there safety measures and advice will probably again underestimate the actual threats.

Media releases


Further information

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