Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region/Working meetings/Fourth meeting

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May 5-11, 2014 in Döbeln, Germany

You were invited to join this fourth working meeting week of the Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region project! - This meeting was an opportunity for you to get involved to the network/project, to continue your project activities, to volunteer for tasks and also to network with other activists joining the event.

We can possibly help with your travel costs, if needed. In this case, please contact the finances group as soon as possible and before you come!

topics and projects

general meetings and activities:

  • week's programme overview and discussion: May 5, 2014 at 11 AM
  • daily meetings: Tuesday-Friday at 10 AM
  • food shopping: May 5, 2014 at 5.30 PM
  • documentation of the week: May 10-11, 2014
  • cleaning after the meeting: May 10-11, 2014

working groups having audio meetings during this week:

projects meeting and working here during this week:

upcoming campaigns and events:

  • public campaign against Ostrovets NPP (BY): May 9, 2014 at 11 AM
  • exhibition and info tour on Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region discussion: May 7, 2014 at 4 PM + May 8, 2014 at 10.30 AM


issues to be discussed

  • preparation for the international anti-nuclear summer camp near Kiel (August 9-16, 2014) for gathering activists from around the Baltic Sea: May 6, 2014 at 10 AM
    • we will organize two events at the camp:
      1. presentation "Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region" (probably during the first days of the camp)
      2. Baltic Sea Regional Anti-nuclear Meeting - for international anti-nuclear activists to get to know each other and for exchange (probably at the end of the camp)
        • special method for exchange and getting to know each other, e.g. whisper rounds
    • we will translate the English call-out into German and Russian and spread it via internet
      • if available English lectures/workshops offered in the camp shall be mentioned
    • we want to publish a new media release to promote the camp internationally again a few weeks before it starts (see media group meeting)
    • we will update and extend the camp page on the Nuclear Heritage Network website
    • we raised some questions to the camp organizers concerning international guests:
      • what supporting opportunities are provided by organizers (e.g. regarding visa, travel costs, ...)
      • will there be special legal support for international participants, too? (English speaking legal team, multilingual legal information, information specifically on legal aspects for foreigners)
      • shall there be a special contact address (we?) for international participants, or shall the general contact address of the camp be used?
  • preparation of next working meeting in September: May 9, 2014 at 9.30 AM
    • where? (people in other Baltic Sea countries are considering to arrange it)
    • writing and spreading a new call-out for this meeting
    • practical arrangements to be discussed
  • discussion of main roles and tasks: May 8, 2014 at 8.30 PM
    • division of responsibilities and tasks is not well done so far - an important challenge to be faced
  • secure communication - software workshop: May 7, 2014 at 1 PM

introduction day

As new people joined the working meeting, who were not involved so far, we provided an introduction day to give an overview and introduce them to those topics they are particularly interested in. If you are one of those new people, please contact us[1] soon so that we can get prepared!

  • May 6th, 2014 at 10.30 AM

reporting Skype conference

  1. For protection against automatical email address robots searching for addresses to send spam to them this email address has been made unreadable for them. To get a correct mail address you have to displace "AT" by the @-symbol.