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Revision as of 10:24, 18 July 2019

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Join us in Döbeln!

We are inviting activitsts, experts and all people interested in anti-nuclear topics to join this gathering. We are pleased to announce that there will be another anti-nuclear camp this year, this time in Döbeln, Germany, from August 12th-18th, 2019. As previous camps in Germany (2017) and France (2018) have shown, it is a great opportunity for people from different countries and continents to come together and network, learn and share information. We have welcomed participants from the Americas and Asia and gained a more in depth insight into the anti-nuclear movement in the US, Turkey, India and Japan. We hope that this camp will bring together even more people from all over the world!


|2017 International Anti-nuclear Summer Camp


At the moment the program and our main focus points are being decided upon. As usual, we are looking for people willing to hold lectures and workshops. If you have something to offer, please get in touch! If you are a parent/guardian, you are very welcome to bring your children with you although we cannot promise that there will be dedicated children's activities – we are still in the early stages of planning.

-> register here


Contents


August 12-18 in Döbeln (Germany):

Invitation

We invite you to one week of anti-nuclear exchange, networking, skillsharing and other activities! Activists and organizers, and everyone else interested are welcome to join this international gathering, arranged by organizers with the Nuclear Heritage Network, an informal global platform of anti-nuclear activists. We consider this an important and valuable opportunity to get in touch with other people concerned by the nuclear industry and their lobby, to learn and to strengthen our campaigns and networks.

Since several years the Nuclear Heritage Network Gathering has been the only international anti-nuclear gathering in Europe, and thus it is one of a few occasions to discuss strategies and to find new allies for local anti-nuclear struggles. Again we anticipate between 60-100 people from many parts of the world to come together for this event like we experienced in the last gatherings. The 2019 camp preparation group is formed by activists from France, Germany, India, Japan, Latvia, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States. We are looking forward also to participants from lots of other regions.

You can expect to meet many interesting people who are interested to share their knowledge and skills with each other and who partly are organizers from anti-nuclear initiatives or organizations in different countries. We will prepare an extensive program covering many different topics of the nuclear field. There will be presentations and lectures, field trips and workshops. But the program will be open for additional input and ideas on the spot. And we invite every participant to share their information or to outline the situation of atomic struggles in their region. During the camp we will share responsibilities, help the kitchen group to prepare the food and organize the camplife together.

The gathering will provide simple food and opportunities for camping. There is no big NGO with big budget in the background, and we don‘t want to apply for big funding. Thus, everything will be organized on a low-cost budget. However, we want to make the participation possible also for people with low or no income and count on the participants‘ solidary with each other. No fixed fees will be set, but contributions based on a considered self-determined basis are necessary to make this event possible. Donations in advance are welcome!

You can also help practically joining the preparation group or volunteering for certain tasks like interpretation during the camp or translation of texts in advance, by spreading the word about the event, or by taking over responsibilities at the camp like providing vehicles for transport of material or railway shuttle, kids program, providing big tents or infrastructure and whatever you would like to offer. We will also need many people to help to set up the camp and for cleaning up and taking the infrastructure down again afterwards – for this reason we ask everyone who could help with this to join setting up the camp infrastructure already from August 7-11, or to help cleaning up and taking tents etc. down again from August 19-21.

The venue of the camp is located in Middle Saxony in Eastern Germany – Döbeln is a town with a good railway connection to Leipzig (70 km distance). Other cities nearby are Chemnitz (40 km) and Dresden (50 km); the distance to Berlin is about 200 km. Döbeln is also accessible via Autobahn A14 and A4.


Camp 2017 organizers with a "waste barrel" posing for a media photo
Anti-nuclear flag of the Swedish organization Folkkampanjen
Action day 2017 in Döbeln - activists leaving anti-nuclear messages with chalk
Food tables at the camp
Action day 2017 in Döbeln - activists with anti-nuclear banners
Banner uncoiled 2017 at the reclamation area of the former Wismut uranium mining area

Program

This draft of program is in progress and will be extended stepwise until the actual camp start.


daily program framework*
time activity comment
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast
8.00 AM breakfast
9.00 AM morning cirlce emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 1 lectures, presentations, workshops, skillsharing
preparation of lunch
11.00 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 2 lectures, presentations, workshops, skillsharing
12.30 PM lunch break
2.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 3 lectures, presentations, workshops, skillsharing
3.30 PM tea break
4.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 4 lectures, presentations, workshops, skillsharing
preparation of dinner
6.00 PM evening cirlce feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM dinner
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...
* On several days we won't follow this daily program structure and have the opportunity of central events.


presentations and lectures

  • Büchel campaign: "Stop new nuclear bomb 'B61-12' for Europe! Stop the planned nuclear replacment for Germany!"
    Despite the end of the Cold War, about 20 U.S. nuclear bombs are still deployed at Germany’s Büchel air force base. German pilots are both trained and obligated to take off with these bombs in their Tornado jet fighter-bombers and, if the orders come from a U.S. president through NATO, to use them on their targets. This horrifying war plan is part of the “nuclear sharing agreement” between the US and Germany, and includes a first-strike option. This presentation introduces the campaign "Büchel is everywhere - nuclear weapons-free now!".
  • Climate and the role of nuclear power
  • Depleted uranium - the other radioactive waste
    Depleted uranium, the by-product of uranium enrichment, has so far been stored near the enrichment plants in the form of uranium hexafluoride (UF6 ) - officially for potential future use. Lately, however, a change of mind is taking place: Firstly, in view of the increasing problems with leaking storage cylinders, several countries have begun to reconvert it to the form of U3O8 to reduce the hazards during storage. Secondly, in view of the ever increasing amounts, it is now being acknowledged that there will never arise any future use of the amounts of the material available, so disposal must be considered - and the form of U3O8 already might be suitable for this purpose. Disposal of depleted uranium, however, presents a particular challenge due to the unusual property that its radioactivity increases rather than decreases with time. Countries, such as Germany, therefore, are considering to dispose of it in a way similar to highly radioactive spent fuel in a proposed underground repository - increasing the size of the repository considerably. In the United States, however, there are tendencies to allow the disposal of depleted uranium in near-surface dumps in a way similar to fast-decaying low-level radioactive waste. While the federal regulator NRC is still considering the options - after protests have stopped disposal work already ongoing, the state of Utah - where the disposal most likely will happen - already has paved the way for an easy disposal in a low-level waste repository.
  • Experiences with Austrian-Czech cooperations
    This presentation concentrates on NGO cooperation between Austria and the Czech Republic with a special look into the relevance and possible problematic aspect of support from regional politics (the provincial government of Upper-Austria as an interesting model).
  • Health impacts of atomic power
  • Indian nuclear struggle
  • Military project: The nuclear lobby wins itself to death at Hinkley Point
    The economic viability of the world's most expensive power plant is only given from the point of view of the ministery of defense. Rate payers will have to crosssubsidise with their electricity bills the renewal and maintainance of nuclear propulsed submarines for decades. Todays schoolkids will have to pay until they will be retired. The civil nuclear sector is the infrastructure-guarantor that is supposed to mask the costs for military devices by scaling effects, maintaing supply chains and avoiding skills gaps.
  • "Nuclear Heritage Network" presentation
    The Nuclear Heritage Network is an informal international platform of anti-nuclear activists. It is the framework arranging this camp.
    Since autumn 2013 we have the "International Network Office" in Döbeln, Germany - so far it is offering opening hours every Wednesday from 2-4 PM CET to support anti-nuclear groups looking for experts and speakers for their events and to help them to connect to other anti-nuclear groups working in similar fields. Partly we had three volunteers in the Network Office; at the moment we are looking for new volunteers.
    With the ATOMIC BALTIC network/project we developed a new regional anti-nuclear network for the Baltic Sea region which is connecting and supporting groups and activists in the area.
    The NukeNews newsletter system has been started in 2011 and will until summer probably include one more Eastern European language.
    Upcoming events have been continuously collected and published on the Nuclear Heritage Network website - several hundred local and global events can be found there now. However, still a focus on certain regions from where the information flow works better, is visible. We would like to improve that and receive the events from other countries, too.
    Besides that the plans to produce and spread multilingual information materials need active support, which should also be brought forwards in the gathering.
  • Nuclear Struggle in Turkey
  • Nuclear weapons threat
  • orientation lecture
    This is a basic introduction about nuclear power. We will provide a good overview on atomic technology, threats and issues in a packed orientation lecture. This might in this form be interesting and useful also for anti-nuclear veterans...
  • "Short history of the camp"
    Most participants of our camps are not aware that this gathering already has a decade history. Starting 2008 in Bure, France, today site of huge impressive protests against the proposed nuclear waste dumping facility, the "Nuclear Heritage Network Gathering" brought so far hundreds of people together who developed anti-nuclear networks, started campaigns and spread the word on local struggles. Other venues of this event were Frankfurt/Main (D), Ljubljana (SLO), Helsinki (FIN), České Budějovice (CZ), Döbeln and Narbonne (F). A commented slide show will present impressions of the history of the camp.


workshops and skillsharing

  • "ATOMIC BALTIC network/project"
    The "Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region" project was inspired by the 2010 "Stop Nuclear Power - Baltic Sea Info Tour". We want to investigate and educate on atomic power in the area, and on the risks it poses to people and environment. We also consider it a great chance to develop and strengthen the network of anti-nuclear activists around the Baltic Sea. Our project can be a basis for mutual campaigns, projects and actions.
  • "NukeNews project"
    NukeNews newsletter system has been started in 2011 and released so far 29 editions in up to ten different languages. This workshop will first briefly introduce the project and then involve new supporters. The main part will consist of practical work like creating short news for the next edition or to translate news.
  • An introduction to the tools on the website of WISE Uranium Project
    The website of WISE Uranium Project offers a number of unique free calculating tools for the anti-nuclear campaigner. Many of these are specially designed, while some present functions that are otherwise available in expensive commercial software packages only. All of the tools are designed for easy use and quick first results - making them a favorite even in circles that do have access to those software packages... Some of the tools allow to study
    - scientific phenomena, such as the decay and ingrowth of radionuclides in a decay series, neutron activation, alpha-neutron reactions, and the biokinetics (transport and deposition) of ingested or inhaled uranium inside the human body,
    - the material flow, energy consumption, and waste arisings of the various stages of nuclear fuel production, including also "exotic" processes, such as tails re-enrichment, and downblending of highly enriched uranium,
    - the economics of nuclear fuel production, such as feasibility of uranium mines, cost of once-through vs. recycled nuclear fuel, enrichment cost optimization, depleted uranium value realization by re-enrichment.
    Other tools allow for the assessment of the impacts of proposed and existing uranium mines, such as
    - radiation releases from uranium mine, mill, and tailings sites,
    - resulting radiation doses for miners and residents,
    - geotechnical stability of tailings deposits.
    Where monitoring data is available for a given site, the calculators can help to evaluate the resulting site-specific health hazards. Otherwise, the calculators can model those health hazards, based on generic data, combined with site-specific data, where available.
  • "World Café - Get Together With Döbeln region Organizers"
    Camp participants from allover the world will have the possibility to get to know Döbeln region organizers being committed in different fields in this external event that will be held at Café Courage downtown. The method is a "world café" - you will have the chance to learn about the local organizers and to exchange thoughts with them. Afterwards the bar will be open and invites to stay longer.


excursions

  • Historical City Walk - excursion on Nazi history in Döbeln
    This excursion on Nazi history in Döbeln is provided by the local AG Geschichte and turns out to be an alternative kind of sightseeing city tour. You will learn about the life and persecution of Jewish people in Döbeln, military production sites during World War II, forced labor workers and also a bit of an up-to-date impression of racist activities in the region.


International Anti-nuclear Summer Camp 2019 - program (not completed yet!)
day & time title & description
alternative 1
title & description
alternative 2
title & description
alternative 3
comments
MONDAY,
August 12th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM welcoming & presentation of camp program
It is the formal beginning of the camp program. Welcoming everyone and presenting the program for the gathering.
introduction
9.30 AM "breaking the ice"
Getting to know each other. Name memory games or other methods for an introduction.
group process
preparation of lunch some people
10.30 AM "Nuclear Heritage Network" presentation
The Nuclear Heritage Network is an informal international platform of anti-nuclear activists. It is the framework arranging this camp.
presentation
11.00 AM BREAK
11.15 AM awareness concept presentation
This year an awareness group will be approachable in the camp for all participants. Currently the ones arranging this opportunity are people from Döbeln region. The awareness team can be contacted to talk about personal issues, conflicts or experienced overstepping of one's boundaries.
introduction
11.25 AM Introduction of working groups in the camp
The camp life will be organized by the participants together. To distribute tasks and responsibilities, specific working groups will be created (or continued if they worked already to prepare the gathering). This session has the intention to introduce all working groups in the camp before practically sharing the work.
introduction
11.35 AM organizational slot
After the introduction of camp working groups the participants will share these tasks and responsibilities. To be a social part of the camp everyone should take over there part. Participants will decide what practical working groups they will join, and we will make sure together, that all main tasks and responsibilities will be distributed.
distributing responsibilities
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM orientation lecture
This is a basic introduction about nuclear power. We will provide a good overview on atomic technology, threats and issues in a packed orientation lecture. This might in this form be interesting and useful also for anti-nuclear veterans...
presentation
4.00 PM TEA BREAK
4.30 PM introductory short films
Complementary to the orientation lecture a collection of video clips from anti-nuclear actions and episodes in history will be screened. This composition shall include contributions from participants - thus this session will be open for your clips.
screening
preparation of dinner some people
5.30 PM "Short history of the camp"
Most participants of our camps are not aware that this gathering already has a decade history. Starting 2008 in Bure, France, today site of huge impressive protests against the proposed nuclear waste dumping facility, the "Nuclear Heritage Network Gathering" brought so far hundreds of people together who developed anti-nuclear networks, started campaigns and spread the word on local struggles. Other venues of this event were Frankfurt/Main (D), Ljubljana (SLO), Helsinki (FIN), České Budějovice (CZ), Döbeln and Narbonne (F). A commented slide show will present impressions of the history of the camp.
presentation
6.00 PM evening circle feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM DINNER
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...


TUESDAY,
August 13th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM morning circle emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM "Nuclear Struggle in Turkey" WORKSHOP PHASE 1
preparation of lunch some people
11.00 AM "ATOMIC BALTIC network/project" workshop
The "Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region" project was inspired by the 2010 "Stop Nuclear Power - Baltic Sea Info Tour". We want to investigate and educate on atomic power in the area, and on the risks it poses to people and environment. We also consider it a great chance to develop and strengthen the network of anti-nuclear activists around the Baltic Sea. Our project can be a basis for mutual campaigns, projects and actions.
WORKSHOP PHASE 2
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM "NukeNews project" workshop
NukeNews newsletter system has been started in 2011 and released so far 29 editions in up to ten different languages. This workshop will first briefly introduce the project and then involve new supporters. The main part will consist of practical work like creating short news for the next edition or to translate news.
WORKSHOP PHASE 3
3.30 PM TEA BREAK
4.00 PM "Experiences with Austrian-Czech cooperations"
This presentation concentrates on NGO cooperation between Austria and the Czech Republic with a special look into the relevance and possible problematic aspect of support from regional politics (the provincial government of Upper-Austria as an interesting model).
WORKSHOP PHASE 4
preparation of dinner some people
6.00 PM evening circle feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM DINNER
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...


WEDNESDAY,
August 14th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM morning circle emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 1
preparation of lunch some people
11.00 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 2
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM "Health impacts of atomic power" WORKSHOP PHASE 3
3.30 PM TEA BREAK
4.15 PM "World Café - Get Together With Döbeln region Organizers"
Camp participants from allover the world will have the possibility to get to know Döbeln region organizers being committed in different fields in this external event that will be held at Café Courage downtown. The method is a "world café" - you will have the chance to learn about the local organizers and to exchange thoughts with them. Afterwards the bar will be open and invites to stay longer.
networking
preparation of dinner some people
8.30 PM DINNER (simple version as many participants will be in town)
9.30 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...


THURSDAY,
August 15th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM morning circle emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM "Nuclear weapons threat" WORKSHOP PHASE 1
preparation of lunch some people
11.00 AM "Military project: The nuclear lobby wins itself to death at Hinkley Point"
The economic viability of the world's most expensive power plant is only given from the point of view of the ministery of defense. Rate payers will have to crosssubsidise with their electricity bills the renewal and maintainance of nuclear propulsed submarines for decades. Todays schoolkids will have to pay until they will be retired. The civil nuclear sector is the infrastructure-guarantor that is supposed to mask the costs for military devices by scaling effects, maintaing supply chains and avoiding skills gaps.
WORKSHOP PHASE 2
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM Büchel campaign: "Stop new nuclear bomb 'B61-12' for Europe! Stop the planned nuclear replacment for Germany!"
Despite the end of the Cold War, about 20 U.S. nuclear bombs are still deployed at Germany’s Büchel air force base. German pilots are both trained and obligated to take off with these bombs in their Tornado jet fighter-bombers and, if the orders come from a U.S. president through NATO, to use them on their targets. This horrifying war plan is part of the “nuclear sharing agreement” between the US and Germany, and includes a first-strike option. This presentation introduces the campaign "Büchel is everywhere - nuclear weapons-free now!".
WORKSHOP PHASE 3
3.30 PM TEA BREAK
4.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 4
preparation of dinner some people
6.00 PM evening circle feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM DINNER
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...


FRIDAY,
August 16th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM morning circle emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 1
preparation of lunch some people
11.00 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 2
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 3
3.30 PM TEA BREAK
4.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 4
preparation of dinner some people
6.00 PM evening circle feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM DINNER
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...


SATURDAY,
August 17th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM morning circle emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 1
preparation of lunch some people
11.00 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 2
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM "Historical City Walk - excursion on Nazi history in Döbeln"
This excursion on Nazi history in Döbeln is provided by the local AG Geschichte and turns out to be an alternative kind of sightseeing city tour. You will learn about the life and persecution of Jewish people in Döbeln, military production sites during World War II, forced labor workers and also a bit of an up-to-date impression of racist activities in the region.
WORKSHOP PHASE 3
3.30 PM TEA BREAK
4.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 4
preparation of dinner some people
6.00 PM evening circle feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM DINNER
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...


SUNDAY,
August 18th
7.15 AM preparation of breakfast some people
8.00 AM BREAKFAST
9.00 AM morning circle emotions flashlight + program of the day
9.30 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 1
preparation of lunch some people
11.00 AM WORKSHOP PHASE 2
12.30 PM LUNCH BREAK
2.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 3
3.30 PM TEA BREAK
4.00 PM WORKSHOP PHASE 4
preparation of dinner some people
6.00 PM evening circle feedback, discussions, organizational issues
7.00 PM DINNER
8.00 PM night program campfire, documentaries, ...



Contact


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"nuclear waste" barrels to point to the unsolved problem of atomic disposal ...
The summer camp 2019 will take place in the project house orchard
The orchard already hosted the 2012 and 2017 Nuclear Heritage Network Gathering
The garden will host several bigger tents for workshops and provide space for individual tents
Map showing the road and the camp site in the project house's fruit orchard

Participation fee

The camp is based on a low-cost budget to make it possible for everyone to join, though we don‘t receive additional funding for the event. However, we have to ask everyone for a participation fee per day. But it is based on your financial opportunities. Those who can pay more, should do that to make the participation possible for others who wouldn‘t afford so. We suggest three categories of participation fees – you can choose one or offer something in between:

  • normal participation fee: 15 EUR / day
  • solidarity participation fee: 20 EUR / day
  • reduced participation fee: 10 EUR / day

In case you can‘t even afford the reduced fee, please get in touch with the finances coordinators of the camp (camp-finances@nuclear-heritage.net) – we will do our best to make the participation in this gathering possible for everyone!

Already now we have to pay bills for the camp preparation. We would really much appreciate if you could transfer your participation fee in advance to our bank account, if you don‘t insist on doing it later in cash at the camp:

account holder: Greenkids e.V.
BIC: GENO DE M 1 GLS
IBAN: DE75 4306 0967 1101 7406 00
purpose: "participation - camp 2019"


Donations

account holder: Greenkids e.V.
BIC: GENO DE M 1 GLS
IBAN: DE75 4306 0967 1101 7406 00
purpose: "camp 2019"


Regions covered by participants

The overview of regions of announced participants is supposed to draw an impression of the composition of the gathering. The list will be continued:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Japan
  • Latvia
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain
  • United States of America


Organizations involved


Supporters

The following organizations have financially supported the gathering:


Media coverage


History

At the 2018 Nuclear Heritage Network Gathering in Narbonne, France, we formed a preparation group to arrange the follow-up event in 2019. Our group is currently composed by people from France, Germany, Japan, Latvia, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.



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