FUKUSHIMA & US -What we can do now from Australia-
First-hand accounts of the ongoing crisis and growing anti-nuclear movement in Japan...
Monday July 9, 2012
6:30pm – light supper served
16 Peel Street, South Brisbane
Photo credit: EPA
Disaster Response - Slide presentation and talk:
Norio Sasaki – Volunteer Rescuer
About Norio Sasaki
Born in Kyoto, Japan. Lives in Okinawa, tropical island of Japan. Staying in Byron Bay for a month before he start traveling again in NZ. He is going to climb snowing mountain as training.
Now he is living his dream of traveling the world by foot and bicycle meeting people while training his body and spirits
He has just finished harsh bicycle trip from Canberra to Gold Coast.
Founder of Otoko-Juku ( School of men) -Group to share "burning sprits"!
Norio is a ex/ Japanese self defense force ( Marine)
Have worked as volunteer rescue worker for Iwate and Fukushima prefecture days after tsunami disaster in March 2011.
Now a life saver, mountain climber, still volunteer worker for Fukushima ( He helps Fukushima children spend time in Okinawa)
He does not drink tea, coffee or alcohol. He is always ready for rescue!
Other speakers include:
Japan’s growing anti-nuclear movement:
Fuelling Fukushima: Australia & the global nuclear chain:
Michelle Yamada and Joan Shears
No More Fukushimas – No More Hiroshimas – Leave Uranium in the Ground
Organised by: Friends of the Earth Brisbane - Rally for Peace and Nuclear Disarmament – No More Fukushimas
For more information: Joan Shears (07) 3358 9497