Nuclear Disaster

More than ten years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and subsequent accident at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant occurred on March 11, 2011.

The damage caused by the nuclear power plant accident is diverse and complex. As a result of the widespread radioactive contamination, people’s livelihoods, which were once blessed by nature, have been lost. People have lost our livelihoods, our purpose in life, the precious time with friends and children, and peaceful daily lives. In other words, the foundation of human life has been lost.

Even though the evacuation order has been lifted, the return of people to their homes has been slow, especially since the younger generation has not returned to their homes and many areas are dotted with households of one or two elderly people.


Statement on the G7 Ministers’ Meeting on Climate, Energy and Environment – The Japanese government turns a blind eye to the climate crisis and the nuclear disaster


[STATEMENT] Twelve years after 3.11: Facing the reality of the Fukushima nuclear disaster and moving toward a nuclear-free world


International Symposium: 3.11, 12 years on – Learn about Fukushima and the world today, create a nuclear free tomorrow


311, 11 Years On – For a Peaceful, Nuclear-Free Society, with the People of the World 


International Symposium: 311, 11 years on – Learn about Fukushima and the world today, create a nuclear free tomorrow (March 6, 2022)


261 Japanese civil Society organizations send open letter to European CommissionNuclear energy that is neither “sustainable” nor “green” should not be included in the EU taxonomy


“Fukushima”is not over:Japanese NGOs raise concern over the ongoing nuclear disaster


Statement: Ten years after 3.11— Justice for the victims and power to the people


Statement on 9th Anniversary of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster: Don’t Let the Olympics Obscure the True Impacts