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IITR Confirms 42 Colonies Now Affected by Contaminated Water Crisis

The Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (IITR) has now submitted its latest report, regarding the contamination of groundwater in Bhopal communities, to the apex committee of the Supreme Court. The report confirms excessive levels of nitrate, chloride and heavy metals in 20 further colonies, bringing to 42 the number with groundwater contaminated by chemicals believed […]

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Backwell Festival 2018 Supports Bhopal Medical Appeal as Overseas Charity.

From humble beginnings, Backwell Festival has grown into a much-loved independent music festival in an idyllic setting.  Offering an inspirational, diverse and eclectic line-up, with an emphasis on world rhythms, theatre and educational workshops, Backwell promotes good food, creativity and art, while raising money for local and global good causes. Backwell Festival is run on […]

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Justice for People and Planet. Greenpeace.

DowDuPont : Justice out of sight, the Bhopal tragedy 1984-2017 “Decades after the Bhopal disaster which killed 20,000, impacted half a million and contaminated the local water supply, victims have been unable to secure adequate justice or remedies from chemical giant DowDuPont; a challenge made greater by a series of purchases and mergers.” Through 20 […]

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Presentation of negative award to board members and major shareholders of DOW CHEMICAL

A team of activists from Ethecon foundation is traveling to the USA in time for the commemoration of the 32nd anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Disaster on 2nd December 1984. Performing several actions: in New York; Midland,Michigan; Seadrift and Houston, Texas, they will present last year’s International Ethecon Black Planet Award to DOW CHEMICAL board […]

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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.