Category Archives: International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal

Suppressed study finds birth defects seven times higher with gas-exposed parents

Press Release 28 November 2019 Addressing a press conference today, four organizations campaigning for justice on the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal charged the central and the state governments of continued collusion with Union Carbide and its current owner Dow Chemical. To support their charge, the organizations presented documents obtained under RTI on the suppression […]

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Movement in the Criminal Case, Protest at the Curative Petition

The Indian Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has led the Bhopal Courts to proceed with a further application for serving notice on Dow to appear under the (Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty) MLAT on criminal matters. This is the first occasion on which notice will have been served since the merger with DuPont and the subsequent […]

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Is a Bhopal survivor’s life worth 100 times less than that of an Alaskan sea bird?

In the website of the International Campaign for Justice (ICJB) a shocking fact reveals that: “Corporations value a Bhopal survivor’s life at 100 times less than that of an Alaskan sea bird. This seems unbelievable but it’s actually true. In 1989 Exxon spent $51,000 on the rehabilitation of each bird affected by its oil disaster. […]

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Disaster Survivors Urgently Need Your Help to Prevent Historic Injustice

Is the forthcoming Curative Petition the last chance for the survivors of the Bhopal Disaster to get adequate and fair compensation? The International Campaign for justice in Bhopal (ICJB) certainly thinks so and has launched a campaign asking for online help. ICJB is calling for the correct figures for deaths, injury and ensuing chronic illness […]

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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.