Monthly Archives: September 2012

GIZ Terminates Offer to Incinerate Bhopal Waste

Just six weeks after the Bhopal state government was ordered to finalise plans for the disposal of the remaining waste in Bhopal, this week news revealed that the German government agency who had offered to incinerate the waste have withdrawn their offer. For the past few months, state owned German development agency, Gesellschaft für Internationale […]

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The BMA and Action Scoli’daire partnership

The Bhopal Medical Appeal is very excited to announce a new partnership with Action Scoli’daire a French non-profit, non-political and non-religious organization that promotes solidarity action for kids through educational initiatives.  For 12 years they have engaged Secondary School students in France in an annual and nation-wide Maths and Science competition. Over 80,000 students participating […]

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Bhopal Survivors hold candlelit vigil in solidarity with Kudankulam protesters

Survivors groups in Bhopal held a candlelit vigil in solidarity with groups opposing the Kudankulam Nuclear Power project in the Tirunelveli district in Tamilnadu, India. Anti- nuclear protestors, part of the People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy, have already delayed the construction of the project, which was restarted earlier this year. Five survivors’ organizations of the […]

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Co-operative Conference Boycott Dow

Survivors groups in Bhopal held a candlelit vigil in solidarity with groups opposing the Kudankulam Nuclear Power project in the Tirunelveli district in Tamilnadu, India. Anti- nuclear protestors, part of the People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy, have already delayed the construction of the project, which was restarted earlier this year. Five survivors’ organizations of the […]

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Sambhavna Film Screening in Birmingham

  As part of the West Midlands Human Rights Film Festival 2012,  the Birmingham International Film Society (B.I.F.S.) presents the Birmingham premiere of the documentary ‘Sambhavna’. Filmed by two medical students from the University of Liverpool, this self-shot documentary is about the ongoing Bhopal Chemical Disaster in India. Focusing on the Sambhavna Clinic, a primary healthcare […]

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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.