Press Statement on the 35th Anniversary of World’s Worst Corporate Massacre

On the 35th Anniversary of the world’s worst industrial disaster in Bhopal, leaders of four survivors’ organizations condemned successive governments at the centre and the state for colluding with the corporations responsible for the disaster and denying the survivors justice and a life of dignity for the last three and half decades. They jointly called […]

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BBC Online Exhibition: Judah Passow

  We are delighted to announce that an exhibition of photographs from Bhopal by acclaimed international photographer Judah Passow will be featured on the BBC News website from Monday, December 2nd to mark the 35th anniversary of the disaster. A collection of 12 black and white images will be featured as a slideshow under the […]

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BBC Radio 4 Anniversary Appeal: Jon Snow

We are excited to announce Jon Snow, long-time patron of the Bhopal Medical Appeal, will be reading a BBC Radio 4 Appeal to mark the 35th anniversary of the disaster on Sunday the 8th of December at 7.25am, and again at 9.25pm. It will go out for a third and final time on Thursday the […]

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Legal Update: Dow No-Shows Again

On Wednesday November 13, nearly 35 years to the day since the Bhopal Gas Disaster, Dow Chemical was summoned to appear in an Indian criminal court and explain the 27 year absence of its subsidiary Union Carbide. Just like so many times before, Dow did not show up. The court was asked to summon a representative of India’s Ministry of Home Affairs to […]

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35th Anniversary Events at the Sambhavna and Chingari Clinics

Throughout the next week a number of events will take place at both the Sambhavna and Chingari clinics to mark the 35th anniversary of the disaster and honour all those who have lost their lives in the years since. Here are some of the events that have been organised by the clinics: On the evening […]

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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.