Illustrated videos are now available in English!

October 31st, 2013

Six video clips explaining what happened in Fukushima nuclear accident in simple words and animation released last September. Now the English versions of the video clips can be viewed at this website and also in YouTube.

  1. What is the NAIIC?’11”)
  2. Was the nuclear accident preventable?’52”)
  3. What happened inside the nuclear plant?’27”)
  4. What should have been done after the accident?’15”)
  5. Could the damage be contained? (3’02”)
  6. What are the issues with nuclear energy?’38”)

“The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident is not over. […]. The Commission believes that it is the mission for the members of the Diet, who are entrusted by the citizens with the future, […] and each citizen, to carry out these recommendations steadily, one by one, making constant efforts for reform.”
The Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission Report, submitted to the Japanese Diet in July 2012, was highly appreciated by the international society.

What we believe to be most important for Japan’s future is to face the facts and build up dialogues that will form a basis for making choices and decisions on the direction we should take. To facilitate such a significant discussion, we have not only hosted various study meetings, workshops, and seminars but also published storybooks and illustration videos on our website (/).

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The Simplest NAIIC is a volunteer organization established by high school and university students as well as citizens in September 2012. To maintain political neutrality, we have accepted no fund from any particular political party or legislator.

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