Monthly Archives: September 2018

Art for Bhopal- INSECTS

INSECTS. Elena Neil, Viv Iana and Elana Slobtseva, at Brighton Pop-Up, Monday 10 & Tuesday 11 September, 2- 10pm. Elana Neil Elana’s project is based on her father’s suicide, and her PhD thesis, along with a current journey around Europe and further afield- including visiting Bhopal to volunteer at the Sambhavna clinic and conduct research.  […]

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Take part in Yoga for Bhopal this Winter!

Will you join our popular Yoga for Bhopal initiative this year and dedicate a session to the people of Bhopal? Yoga is used to great effect at the Sambhavna Trust Clinic and we hope that this success will inspire individuals, groups, and studios to support our initiative. Those from Edinburgh to the Isle of Wight […]

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Sambhavna Celebrates its 22 Years

On the occasion of its 22nd birthday, September 1st 2018, the Sambhavna Trust held a press conference with speakers describing its work and many achievements having grown from a 12 person outfit, in a modest 1200 sq. ft building, into its current purpose-designed facility spread across two acres and employing a team of 59 staff. […]

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22 Years of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic

September 1st marks 22 years since the Sambhavna trust was founded and not only has the clinic received numerous awards for its ground-breaking treatments and research into the effects of the Bhopal Disaster, it has been described as an exemplar of its type: “…as an example of a holistic, environmentally sound, community focused and patient […]

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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.