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Turkey before the Start of the Nuclear Age

Turkey's first nuclear power plant is due to be connected to the grid soon. We asked Özgür Gürbüz, co-founder of the Turkish environmental protection organization Ekosfer, how the Turkish public perceives the entry into the nuclear age.

Interview: Horst Hamm

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France's nuclear Plans - with the Support of the EU Council of Ministers

When reforming the electricity market in Europe, the EU Council of Ministers decided that new and existing nuclear power plants may be subsidized by the state. Anti-nuclear activists in France are protesting against this decision. They are now hoping that the EU Parliament will stop the plans.

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Meet the 2022 NFFA winners

Anthony Lyamunda from Tanzania, Libbe HaLevy from the USA, Cécile Lecomte from France and Malte Göttsche and Irmgard Gietl, both from Germany, were awarded the Nuclear Free Future Award last year. You can meet the award winners in a Zoom meeting.

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"Uranium mining is a disaster for Niger"

Almoustapha Alhacen on the situation of uranium mining after the military coup in July 2023.

Interview: Franza Drechsel and Horst Hamm

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Call for a worldwide peace action against the threat of nuclear war

August 6 marks the 78th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The organization Humanity for Peace calls on anti-nuclear initiatives and peace groups to participate in the worldwide peace action.

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Uranium Film Festival 2023

Prizes were awarded at the 12th International Uranium Film Festival in Rio on May 28. The three main prizes went to Sweden, the USA and Serbia.

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NFFF Award Winners 2022

Anthony Lyamunda from Tanzania, Libbe HaLevy from the USA, Cécile Lecomte from France and Malte Göttsche and Irmgard Gietl, both from Germany, were awarded the Nuclear Free Future Award last year. The award winners present their work in a short film.

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Turkish uranium atlas

After the German, English, Czech, French and Italian editions, the Nuclear Free Future Foundation, together with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, the environmental foundation Greenpeace and the Turkish NGO Ekosfer, has now also realized a Turkish edition.

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30 years of the World Uranium Hearing

The consequences of uranium mining became visible in all their drama for the first time during the so-called "World Uranium Hearing" in Salzburg in 1992. On 13 September 2022, a commemorative event took place in Salzburg. The organisers Claus Biegert and the Leopold Kohr® Academy Salzburg looked back on what had been achieved and at the same time wanted to show what still needs to be done.

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Outlook and review of the Foundation

We could not have imagined the shelling of nuclear power plants and the open threat to use nuclear weapons a few weeks ago. The war in Ukraine is a terrible reminder that we must continue to work tirelessly to end the nuclear age. Read what the Nuclear Free Future Foundation is doing or has done this year or last year.

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Uranium Atlas:

Data & Facts about the Raw Material of the Nuclear Age


Since 1998, the Nuclear-Free Future Award has honored people worldwide who are working for a future free of nuclear power and nuclear weapons.

The award ceremonies, which will take place annually at different locations until 2018, demonstrate the size and diversity of the global anti-nuclear movement. According to the German newspaper taz, this makes the Nuclear-Free Future Award the most important anti-nuclear prize in the world.

Laureate 2020

Kategorie Widerstand

Category RESISTANCE: Anthony Lyamunda, Tanzania

Anthony Lyamunda has been resisting the planned uranium mining and opening of uranium mines in his country for many years. "The Nuclear Free Future Award is intended to draw the attention of the world public to this problem," the jury said in its statement.

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Kategorie Aufklärung

Category EDUCATION: Libbe HaLevy, USA

Libbe HaLevy runs a weekly podcast about all things nuclear, Nuclear Hotseat. It's a real powerhouse, but she's able to bring in high-profile guests from around the world.
"Because the Nuclear Hotseat program is available online, many activists around the world can access information not normally available to them through the weekly podcast," judges the NFFF jury, "this is a very compelling offering."

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Kategorie Lösungen

Category Solutions: Malte Göttsche, Germany

Malte Göttsche advocates for disarmament and the elimination of all nuclear weapons, and is looking for new ways for nuclear-weapon states to build mutual trust to achieve this goal. "This is a service to us all," the NFFF jury said. "We need the mechanisms to understand what nuclear-weapon states are doing, or not doing, if we are to have any chance of achieving the goals of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Malte Göttsche is among those paving the way for that."

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Kategorie Ehrenpreis

Honor Award (Special Recognition): Cécile Lecomte, France

"Without Cécile Lecomte's commitment, the anti-nuclear movement in Germany would be much weaker and the international dimension of uranium reprocessing would be much less known in Germany," judges the NFFF jury. "Her work is all the more remarkable because she has been seriously ill for years and is confined to a wheelchair. Her commitment to a nuclear weapons-free world is exemplary."

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Kategorie Ehrenpreis

Honor Award (Lifetime Achievement): Irmgard Gietl, Germany

"The fact that a woman supports the strugglers against the reprocessing plant with warm socks so that they don't get cold feet" impressed us very much, emphasizes the NFFF jury. In any case, Irmgard also attributes the fact that the Bavarian state government abandoned the construction of the WAA in 1989 to her "resistance socks" – that is true in any case, but very modestly formulated.

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The Nuclear Free Future Foundation

We educate about the dangers of using nuclear technology for civilian and military purposes.

A central focus of our work is the extraction of the raw material uranium, without which nuclear bombs and nuclear power would not be possible. The second focus is directed against the nuclear armament of Europe and the world.

The Nuclear Free Future Foundation

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