1. Background Music: African medley choir (12:00-12:55 pm)
  2. MC at the podium, announcement eg toilet, phone in silent, emergency door, exit way, disclaimer photo sensitive, foot traffic, scientific zone: 12:55-13:00 pm, 5min
  3. KYC CHOIR 13: 2-13:7 (5min)

Brief talks about commemorations Starting from Japan end with Shinkolobwe

PART I (40 minutes)

A. Hiroshima – Nagasaki Memory

1. General knowledge about the atomic bomb: Garrett Eriksen 13:7-13:22 (15min)

2. Testimonies from Japan victims ’descendants


  • Dr. AKIKO MIKAMO, ORGANISATION CALLED 8:15 video 13:22-13:5 (3min)
  • YUKIYO KAWANO, an artist, activist, and educator, is a third-generation hibakusha (atomic bomb sufferer) who grew up decades after the bombing of Hiroshima. Now living in the United States, Kawano has visited many nuclear sites in the country and witnessed how development of nuclear technology forever changed the land and continues to divide communities and oppress the vulnerable. Kawano’s art practice is by large a storytelling about people who are suffering from radiation exposure to connect stories of the Hibakusha with the affected communities of Uranium mining and the Downwinders of the nuclear power plant disaster in Fukushima, Japan. Kawano teaches through Vermont College of Fine Arts studio mentorship program (Artist Teacher) and is an Oregon Physicians for Responsibility Advisory Board Member. ZOOM 13:25-13-30 (5min)
  • HARUKO MORITAKI is a daughter of the late Ichiro Moritaki, who spearheaded the campaign against atomic and hydrogen bombs as an A-bomb survivor. Following her father’s footsteps, she has devoted herself to the anti-nuclear movement in Hiroshima. After the nuclear testing of India and Pakistan in 1998, Moritaki travelled to the region to tell her nuclear story and learned the devastation of the Uranium mines of Jadugoda. In 2001 she formed the Hiroshima Alliance for Nuclear Weapons Abolition (HANWA), a citizens’ group. She has led the group’s activities while continuing her battle with cancer. Zoom 13:27-13:40 (10min)

3. KYC CHOIR 13:40-13:45 (5 minutes)
4. Tribute for the victims 13:45-13:46 (Mc 1min silence) CANDLE 5. CCSSA clip 13:46-13:48 (2min)
5. CCSSA clip 13:46-13:48 (2min)


B. The hidden legacy of World WAR II(1:20min)

-Today Hoje Kamoy (singer) & Christen Kazadi (artist): Author of the song the lamentation of Congo: song 13:48-13:55 (7min)

Christen Kazadi( ARTIST)& Hodylon Luntadila (ARTIST): PERFORM THE SAME TIME WITH TODAY


  • Dr. Charles Wirsuiy Snr: Executive coordinator of Foundation for Education & Social Justice Africa” (FESJA), Executive Coordinator, he will be present 13:55-14:05 (10 min)
  • UK, Suzan Williams: professor of the UK University, Author of the book “The spies in the Congo, presentation via video 14:05-14:10 (5 min)
  • USA, Roger Peet is an artist, printmaker, muralist and writer living in Portland, Oregon. His work focuses on civilized bad ideas, predator-prey relationships, and the contemporary crises of biodiversity and Capitalism and what can and can’t be done about them. He is a founding member of the Just Seeds Artists ’Cooperative, a group of North American artists producing print art and graphic tools for social and environmental movements. He coordinates the national Endangered Species Mural Project for the Centre for Biological Diversity, and helps to run the cooperative Flight 64 print studio in Portland. His work is in the collections of museums, universities, and radicals across the planet, and he collaborates with artists, organizers and scientists globally and locally in the service of a more generous and a wilder world 14:10-14:16(6min)
  • USA, Shira Dedman: United States, St Louis, Missouri, a licensed attorney, filmmaker, resident and actual witness of the nuclear negative impact from the Shinkolobwe’s uranium waste in the Missouri river 14:16-14:21(5 min)
  • USA: Leona Morgan (Diné, she/her) is an activist and community organizer who has been fighting nuclear colonialism since 2007. She attributes the negative health impacts to her family and others near uranium production sites to the related radioactive contamination. In 2014, Leona co-founded Diné No Nukes, a vehicle for Diné-driven work including the Radiation Monitoring Project and Haul No! Initiative. She collaborates with affected community members in the Southwest USA, nationally, and internationally on radioactive waste issues across the nuclear fuel chain. Leona is working on aMaster of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) degree at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico USA.
    • NM Focus, touch on connection of nuclear weapons and energy and issues in NM – NM focus on uranium:
    • Past mining & milling, Churchrock Spill, AUM cleanup – New mining
    • Weapons: LANL plutonium pits, Trinity
    • Urenco
    • Nuclear waste: Holtec, WIPP, Reprocessing
    • Connection to Climate Change, Nuclear is a FALSE SOLUTION
  • USA: Petuuche Gilbert, is Acoma from the indigenous tribe of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. He lives on the Acoma Indian Reservation and has devoted his work to his community and indigenous peoples ’human rights. He is president of Indigenous World Association, UN NGO, and is with the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment in the Grants Mining District.
    • Ongoing impacts
    • Nuclear impacts in NM, entire nuclear fuel chain
    • Impacts to indigenous

Group 2:

  • Lwazi Kolanisi & Zenande Xinti, South Africa: drama show 14:31-14:36(5 min)
  • Shri Prakash 14:36-14:41(5MIN) is a filmmaker, educator, and member of JOAR (Jharkhandi Organization against Radiation), fighting against the impacts of uranium mining on health and the environment in and around Jadugoda (India). He mentors aspiring filmmakers at the university level. He has produced films highlighting the effects of uranium mining in various countries, such as Mali, Jordan, and the USA. His current project focuses on the state of uranium mining in the southwest USA and is currently in production. (
    • Nuclear impacts to India, personal experience of India
    • Additional experiences around the world
  • Fabio Bosco: the secretary of Conlutas from Brazil, video 14:41-14:44(3 min)
  • PETER BECKER 14:44-14:59(15 min): Peter was born in Cape Town, attended SACS then Westerford High School and Obtained a B.Sc. from UCT in 1984, He worked in the IT field designing and Implementing a wide variety of computer systems. He became an anti-nuclear activist around 2008 when he saw a highly deceptive poster promoting nuclear power at a local school which was being distributed by the City of Cape Town. Peter managed to get the City to destroy the remaining 6000 posters before they were distributed, and this experience turned him into a volunteer part time anti-nuclear activist. He became more and more familiar with the issues around nuclear power in general, and with the Koeberg nuclear plant near Cape Town. Becker has presented to various government bodies during public hearings, worked with grassroots organisations, and engaged deeply with the Environmental Impact Assessment processes for new nuclear. In 2012 he was invited to a conference in Japan commemorating the 2011 Fukushima disaster when he visited the Fukushima exclusion zone, and also to a conference in Sweden where he visited the Swedish nuclear waste disposal site at Forsmark and met with the Swedish nuclear regulator and civil society organisaitons. He strives to increase public awareness, to increase transparency from institutions, and to get people to be active citizens and engage with public participation process around nuclear issues. In 2021 he was appointed to the Board of the South African Nuclear Regulator, and fired from that post in February 2022 by Minister Mantashe, which is in the process of being challenged in court.
    Civil society experience related to nuclear issues:
    • Revived the Koeberg Alert Alliance in response to the growing prospect of new nuclear reactors at Koeberg near Cape Town
    • Participated in the PBMR EIR public process in 2008
    • Engaged with the NNR re the license for a UK nuclear ship to visit Simonstown
    • Contributed to written submissions during the Nuclear-1 EIA process
    • Participated in all IA&P workshops and public meetings in Cape Town re the Nuclear-1 EIA
    • Presentations at various venues and events in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban
    • Attended several PCE oversight meetings in parliament
    • Worked with other organisations on various projects, including Save Bantamsklip,
    • Thyspunt Alliance, right to Know, ODAC, Project 90, WESSA, SAFCEI, OUTA
    • Arranged and presented at various grass-roots workshops and schools in Cape Town
    • Various articles re nuclear power in regional and national newspapers
    • Various radio and television interviews re nuclear power
    • Presented at the public hearings for the IRP2
    • Visited Fukushima in January 2012
    • Attended the Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World in Yokohama, Japan
    • Initiated and organised the Global Conference: Nuclear Power for Africa? in March 2012
    • Visited Sweden in November 2012 to attend a conference on nuclear waste, visit the
    • Forsmark Nuclear plant and underground intermediate waste disposal facility, as well as meet with Swedish nuclear related NGOs
    • Has served on NGO boards and is familiar with governance principles
    • Was appointed to the Board of the South African National Nuclear regulator in 2021Koeberg
  • THOLA FUAMBA: Poem 14:06-14:11(5min)
  • JOE YVES SALANKANG SA NGOL Joe 14 :11-14 :31(20 min):Vice Chairperson and responsible for research and conferences within the CCSSA (Congolese Society of South Africa). Graduate in philosophy and Biomedical sciences, Joe-Yves is a free thinker and author of several articles published in newspapers, magazines and blogs. His researches focus on areas such as geopolitics, participatory democracy, the link between the exploitation of natural resources and crime. His latest research contributed to the realization of «The subterranean imprint archives & quote;, a project signed Lo- film def. As an activist, he fights for the justice, equality and the reconceptualization of notions such development and progress.
  • MC (Tribute to Congolese victims) 14:31-14:32(1min)
  • ccssa: clip 14:32-14:35 (3min)
  • Certificates 14:35-14:45(10min)
  • Q&A & comments 14:45-15:30