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80% of families not going back to Fukushima after housing aid ends

Eighty percent of households who fled but were not forced to evacuate from Fukushima Prefecture after the 2011 nuclear disaster do not intend to return even after their free housing allowance ends this month. 261 more words

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80% of families not going back to Fukushima after housing aid ends

Eighty percent of households who fled but were not forced to evacuate from Fukushima Prefecture after the 2011 nuclear disaster do not intend to return even after their free housing allowance ends this month. 261 more words

Japan

Divisions still haunt residents of Fukushima on 6th anniversary

Some experiences are so horrific that it seems almost impossible to find sufficient words to describe how they affected people.

Certainly, that is the case with the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami disaster that led to the triple meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1,218 more words

Fukushima 2017

Divisions still haunt residents of Fukushima on 6th anniversary

Some experiences are so horrific that it seems almost impossible to find sufficient words to describe how they affected people.

Certainly, that is the case with the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami disaster that led to the triple meltdown at the Fukushima No. 1,218 more words

Japan

A Big Challenge to Relocate Disaster-Affected Families

Relocation has always been a challenge in term of durable solution in disaster management. It is what the local authority of Karo Regency in Province of Sumatera Utara 1,109 more words

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The Politics of Invisibility: Fukushima, 6 years after 3.11

Yesterday, the event “The Politics of Invisibility: Fukushima, 6 years after 3.11” (INFO) was held at the University of British Columbia with sponsorship from the Centre for Japanese Research.  1,286 more words

Fukushima 2017

The Politics of Invisibility: Fukushima, 6 years after 3.11

Yesterday, the event “The Politics of Invisibility: Fukushima, 6 years after 3.11” (INFO) was held at the University of British Columbia with sponsorship from the Centre for Japanese Research.  1,286 more words

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