In Pictures: the 36th Anniversary

On the eve of the 36th anniversary, survivor groups in Bhopal formed what may be the world’s first socially distanced human chain outside the factory site. Holding banners and placards calling for justice and accountability for the disaster, they also burned an effigy of Jim Fitterling, CEO of the Dow Chemical company. On the evening […]

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Bhopal Survivor Groups Protest Covaxin Hospital Trial

On Saturday, January 10th, the four major survivor organisations in Bhopal wrote a letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modhi and the Health Department requesting the immediate end to a trial of the drug Covaxin at a Bhopal hospital, citing potential exploitation of gas survivors, one of whom died nine died after receiving the vaccine. […]

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Now Hiring: Operations Manager!

We are pleased to announce that we are currently searching for a motivated and passionate individual to join the BMA team! Applications are now open for the position of Operations Manager. The Operations Manager is responsible for providing organisational, staff management, administrative, financial, digital and strategic oversight and ensuring delivery of the Bhopal Medical Appeal’s […]

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Yoga Bolsters for Sale Edinburgh

Yoga for Bhopal founder Meaghan Delahunt has some lovely organic cotton yoga bolsters for sale in the Edinburgh area. The bolsters cost £22 each with 50% of every sale going to support the work of the BMA. Thanks Meaghan! The bolsters are sold as new and are made from organic cotton with organic filling. Currently […]

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‘Saris for Memory’ Photo Exhibition in Indian Photo Festival

We are delighted to announce that French photographer Isabeau De Rouffignac’s exhibition on Bhopal, ‘Saris for Memory’, is currently being featured in the Indian Photo Festival!  ‘Saris for Memory’ features stunning images of Bhopali women dressed in saris printed with newspaper clippings and images of the gas disaster, and is currently on display on the […]

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We believe Dow must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.