I’m a Japanese citizen in UK and am concerned about the devastated situation in Japan after the disaster. Fukushima Appeal blog was set up last February. Now there are several good websites and blogs in English to inform what's happening in Japan. I hope this blog to be a part of the movement for more transparency and justice in the nuclear industry and to protect our environment in a way that serves everybody. (NB: Please forgive my English, as it's not my native language.)
“Your voices will save the lives of children in Fukushima”
On April 24 the Sendai High Court has rejected a demand that a city affected by the fallout of the country’s 2011 nuclear disaster evacuate its children. The court acknowledged radiation in the city exceeded levels deemed safe prior to the disaster. But it said the government shoulders no responsibility for evacuating the schools as demanded ― in effect, telling people to leave on their own if they were worried. The judgment on the evacuation trial for saving children from dangerous exposure will affect not only the lives of the children, who are plaintiffs, but also those of Japanese children as a whole. And it will decide the shape of future Japan.
As an action just after High Court's judgment on April 24, you are invited to confess your own straight belief toward its judgment. Many your voices will inevitably straighten out the wrong judgment.
For placing your voice: http://www.fukushima-sokai.net/action/opinion_after-e.php