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Scottish TUC Carries Motion to Support Bhopal Cause

 Following on from from the Scottish Trade Union delegation’s visit to Bhopal for the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Gas Disaster CLICK HERE a motion has now been passed, at the 118th Annual STUC Congress, designed to further develop links with the International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal, the Bhopal Medical Appeal and Scottish Friends […]

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‘Globalization Since Bhopal’ Lecture available to view online.

On the 1st December the BMA in collaboration with SOAS University hosted a special 30th anniversary Globalisation symposium. the Lecture entitled ‘Globalization Since Bhopal: Three Decades of Environmental Disaster’ featured talks by Dr Vandana Shiva, a leading member of the International Forum on Globalisation and prominent figure of the alter-globalisation movement; and Ravi Rajan an associate professor […]

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Pressure building on Dow over Bhopal gas leak case

Pressure building on Dow ( #DowChemical ) over Bhopal gas leak case THE HINDU reports: The Dow Chemical Company came under renewed pressure from human rights organisations this week as the date for its court appearance in Bhopal edged closer, to answer the court on why its wholly owned subsidiary, the Union Carbide Company (UCC), […]

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Scottish Friends of Bhopal Workshop at Edinburgh University’s International Development Week

Scottish Friends of Bhopal, in association with Edinburgh University’s International Development Week, participated in a workshop series highlighting the history of Bhopal and ongoing efforts for justice. Lorraine Close, a nurse who volunteered at the Sambhavna Clinic for six months, shared her experiences and encouraged dialogue within the small groups. Students learned that the impact […]

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Ian’s Blog: A Bhopal Diary

Please follow Ian Jarvis’ blog. Ian is shortly heading out to the Sambhavna Clinic for his second stint as a volunteer. Ian is a physical therapist from the UK. Ian documented his last trip in a e-book entitled ‘3 Months In Bhopal’ and the sales of this book have raised the BMA an incredible £1500. […]

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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.