Nuclear Weapons and the Uranium Trade: a perspective from India

Thursday 10th April, 6:30-8pm
Kindness House
288 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Melbourne

In Melbourne next week we'll be connecting the anti-nuclear movements in Australia and India, the history of nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands and the impending Australia-India uranium export deal.
 
Kumar Sundaram is a campaigner based in Delhi, with the Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. Sundaram will be in Australia for the Radioactive Exposure Tour to witness the reality behind Australia's uranium export industry and to connect communities resisting nuclear across the Indian Ocean.

Jessie Boylan is a photographer, sometimes filmmaker, and radio producer based in Castlemaine, Victoria. She is currently part of a project called 'Nuclear Futures' which is focusing on atomic survivor communities through creative arts. Jessie has recently returned from the Marshall Islands, where the 60th anniversary of the infamous "Bravo" nuclear test was just marked.

Like a proper show'n'tell, we'll get to see some film and photos from India and the Marshall Islands.
 
Free event, snacks provided. Facebook event here.
Contact: gem@icanw.org - 0421 955 066