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Programme

Friday, February 26th


7.30 pm 
Opening event| German / English
5 years living with Fukushima - 30 years living with Chernobyl

Introduction
Living with the nuclear threat

Dr. Alex Rosen, paediatrician, Deputy Chair of IPPNW Germany

Performance
Mako and Ken Oshidori, japanese entertainers
Michael Leontchik, musician
Alexander Tetsch, independent photo journalist

Lecture
Anniversaries of Hope

Jonathan Frerichs, consultant, Commission of the Churches on International Affairs, World Council of Churches, United Nations representative in Geneva, Pax Christi International

subsequently: informal reception


Saturday, February 27th, 2016


9.00 am 
Plenary 1  | German / English

Dangers of ionising radiation

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hoffmann, Institute for Community Medicine at the University of Greifswald (UMG)

Health consequences of Chernobyl and Fukushima

Dr. Sergey Korsak, Head of the Buda-Koshelyowa District Polyclinic (health facility), Deputy Chairman of the Buda-Koshelyowa District Charitable Foundation "Help the Children of Chernobyl", Belarus
Prof. Dr. Toshihide Tsuda, Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science, Environmental Epidemiology Okayama University, Japan


10.30 am - 11.45 am 
Fora

F 1 | German / English
30 years living with Chernobyl

Dr. Ian Fairlie, consultant on radiation in the environment, London, UK
Ljudmilla Maruschkevitch, charitable foundation "Children of Chernobyl", Belarus
Dr. Sergey Korsak, Head of the Buda-Koshelyowa District Polyclinic (health facility), Deputy Chairman of the Buda-Koshelyowo District Charitable Foundation "Help the Children of Chernobyl", Belarus
Facilitation: Dr. Dörte Siedentopf, IPPNW

F 2
| German
Health and genetic effects of ionising radiation 
Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake, German Society for Radiation Protection
Dr. Alfred Körblein, independent researcher on low-dose ionising radiation
Facilitation: Dr. Angelika Claußen, Vice President IPPNW for Europe

F 3
| English
Effects of nuclear accidents on the biosphere 
Prof. Dr. Timothy Mousseau, Biological Sciences Department, University of South Carolina, USA
Facilitation: Dr. Winfrid Eisenberg, IPPNW Germany

F 4 | German
Leave it in the ground
Campaign for a Global Ban on Uranium Mining
Claus Biegert, Nuclear Free Future Award

F 5 | German
Hibakusha worldwide 
Dr. Alex Rosen, Deputy Chair of IPPNW Germany

12:15 am - 1.00 pm 
Fora

F 6 | German / English
5 years living with Fukushima
Dr. Alfred Körblein, independent researcher on low-dose ionising radiation
Mako Oshidori, Japanese journalist
Prof. Dr. Timothy Mousseau, Biological Sciences Department, University of South Carolina, USA
Facilitation: Dr. Alex Rosen, Deputy Chair of IPPNW Germany

F 7
| English
How to enable independent research
Dr. Keith Baverstock, former head of WHO’s European Radiation Protection Programme, lecturer at the Department of Environmental Science, University of Eastern Finland
Dr. Ian Fairlie, consultant on radiation in the environment, London, UK
Facilitation:
Dr. Angelika Claußen, Vice President IPPNW for Europe

F 8
| English
Social impacts on the populations affected by Chernobyl
and Fukushima

Tatjana Semenchuk, Wiltscha, Ukraine
Prof. Masae Yuasa,  Faculty of International Studies, Hiroshima City University
Facilitation: Dr. Ludwig Brügmann, IPPNW and Dr. Astrid Sahm, IBB

F 9
| German
Decommissioning nuclear power plants and disarmament 
Prof. Dr. Andreas Nidecker, radiologist, PSR/IPPNW Schweiz
Dr. Jean-Jacques Fasnacht, President of PSR/IPPNW Switzerland
Dr. Jörg Schmid, IPPNW Germany
Facilitation: Dr. Barbara Hövener, IPPNW

1:50-2:20 pm
Side Events

SE 1 | English
Health and genetic effects of ionising radiation (cancelled)
Prof. Dr. Wladimir Wertelecki, physician, geneticist, founder and former head of the Department of Medical Genetics of the University of South Alabama, USA

SE 2 | English
Presentation of the Japanese preserving deciduous teeth network (english)
Prof. Chihiro Ichihara, Aichi Medical University, Japan

2:30 pm
Plenary 2 | German / English
The nuclear industry – on its way to becoming a nuclear waste industry?
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Irrek, Institute of Energy Systems and Energy Management, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West, Bottrop

Outlook for the Energy Revolution

Tobias Jaletzky, Eurosolar
Facilitation: Henrik Paulitz, IPPNW Germany

4.30 pm-6.00 pm
Fora

F 10
| German / English
Energy revolution – citizens and corporations
Tobias Jaletzky, Managing Director of Eurosolar
Tomoyuki TakadaSpeakers, Japanese anti-nuclear activist
Dr. Tetsunari Iida, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies in Chuo, Tokio, Japan
Facilitation: Dr. Barbara Hövener, IPPNW Germany

F 11
| German
Energy, war and peace
Claudia Haydt, sociologist, Information Centre on Militarisation (Informationsstelle Militarisierung - IMI)
Henrik Paulitz, consultant on nuclear energy, IPPNW Germany
Facilitation: Christoph Krämer, IPPNW Germany

F 12
| German
Nuclear waste and generational justice

Susanne Kallenbach-Herbert, head of department of nuclear technology and installation safety, German Ecology Institute (Öko-Institut e.V.)
Ursula Schönberger, working group „Schacht Konrad“
Facilitation: Dr. Jörg Schmid, IPPNW Germany

F 13
| German
Phase-out of nuclear power in Europe 
Mycle Schneider, energy consultant and nuclear analyst, Paris
Matthias Weyland, .ausgestrahlt
Facilitation: Dr. Angelika Claußen, Vice President IPPNW for Europe

F 14
| German
Nuclear phaseout and the nuclear facilities in Gronau and Lingen 
Peter Bastian, Aktionsbündnis Münsterland gegen Atomanlagen &
Irene Thesing, ContrAtom
Otto Jäckel, IALANA
Facilitation: Dr. Winfrid Eisenberg, IPPNW Germany

8.00 pm 
Film screening:
Unavoidable
(Seizanuwoenai)
directed by Ian Thomas Ash
2016, Japan, 80 minutes
Introduction by Dr. Alex Rosen, IPPNW

This work-in-progress screening of the latest film about the Fukushima nuclear disaster by Ian Thomas Ash (In the Grey Zone, 2012, and A2-B-C, 2013), is a collection of some of the dozens of oral histories he has collected since the nuclear disaster in 2011. Previously unpublished footage from his two feature documentaries about the Fukushima nuclear disaster, which contain meanings that only passing time could have revealed, are combined with the testimonies he has filmed since, spanning the nearly five years since the nuclear catastrophe.


Sunday, February 28th, 2016


9:30 am Plenary 3 | German / English
Courting Armageddon
Dr. Helen Caldicott, paediatrician, author, Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) and Nuclear Policy Research Institute, USA, Medical Association for Prevention of War (MAPW), Australia
The rocky road to the energy revolution

Ursula Sladeck, Schönau Power Station (EWS)
Facilitation: Susanne Grabenhorst, Chair of IPPNW Germany

11.00 am
In Memory of Robert Jungk (Prof. Dr. Rolf Kreibich)
Hermann Scheer
(Dr. Peter Becker)
Hans-Peter Dürr
(Claus Biegert)

11:20 am
Panel discussion | German / English
Phasing nuclear power out worldwide: what should we do?
Ursula Sladeck, Schönau Power Station (EWS)
Mycle Schneider, energy consultant and nuclear analyst, Paris
Sean Morris, Nuclear Free Local Authorities, Manchester, UK
Prof. Dr. Rolf Dieter Kreibich, researcher in future studies and sustainability
Facilitation: Dr. Angelika Claußen, Vice President IPPNW for Europe

12:45 am
Closing ceremony | German / English

Film Screening with Ian Thomas Ash

Ian Thomas AshUnavoidable (Seizanuwoenai)
Directed by: Ian Thomas Ash
Documentary, Japan 2016, 80 min

This work-in-progress screening of the latest film about the Fukushima nuclear disaster by Ian Thomas Ash (In the Grey Zone, 2012, and A2-B-C, 2013), is a collection of some of the dozens of oral histories he has collected since the nuclear disaster in 2011. Previously unpublished footage from his two feature documentaries about the Fukushima nuclear disaster, which contain meanings that only passing time could have revealed, are combined with the testimonies he has filmed since, spanning the nearly five years since the nuclear catastrophe. Website of Ian Thomas Ash

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