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Message Concerned with Damage by Rumor about Radiation Exposure

Human Rights Bureau, Ministry of Justice

Message Concerned with Damage by Rumor about Radiation Exposure

  News reports said that evacuees from Fukushima prefecture, where nuclear plant accident occurred, were refused to provide service at hotels or gas stations. According to other news, elementary school students who evacuated from Fukushima were bullied at school.

  It can be human rights infringement to discriminate people by unreasonable bias or prejudice, even if it is motivated by anxiety for radiation effects.

  How do you feel if you were a victim of the earthquake and experienced discrimination at the place you moved to?

  We should be considerate of feelings of others with tenderness and overcome this adverse circumstance together.


Characters for Human Rights Promotion Activities Jin-KEN-Mamoru Kun &Jin-KEN-Ayumi Chan
(designed by YANASE TAKASHI)

  For the information about radiation exposure, see Q & A from experts’ viewpoint on the website of National Institute of Radiological Science      (http://www.nirs.go.jp/information/info.php?i13).

 

  We provide counseling service about human rights issues accompanied with the earthquake at human rights counseling office at Legal Affairs Bureau and District Legal Affairs Bureau nationwide.

  For more information about human rights counseling service, click this.

What can Happen in Stricken Area a month after the Earthquake and Preventive Measures

  The April number of “Allyu”, the magazine published by the Center for Human Rights Affairs, carries the article about what can happen in stricken area a month after the earthquake and preventive measures. You can read the article on the Center’s website (http://www.jinken.or.jp/archives/5106).
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