Scottish Friends of Bhopal (SFB) is a project of The Bhopal Medical Appeal, a UK charity (No. 1117526) that offers free healthcare and hope to the survivors of the 1984 Union Carbide Gas Disaster and those suffering from the water poisoning.
Scottish Friends of Bhopal held a memorial and tribute to those who have died and those who remain to fight on in the legacy and aftermath of the disaster, a memorial plaque for the victims of Bhopal. The plaque was unveiled in Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh as part of a momentous occasion on the day of remembrance.
The event began at The Quaker Meeting House, Victoria Terrace in Edinburgh before setting off on the short distance to Greyfriars Kirk.
John Pinto, an attendee of the memorial, called it “a moving and well-organised memorial at the historic cemetery of Greyfriars Kirk entrance.”
Photos by Colin Hattersly.