Wed, Jun 26

|

United Nations HQ, Conference Room #8

World Tragedies: Invaluable Lessons Learned From the Chernobyl Disaster and Other Pivotal Radiation-Related Events

A roundtable discussion will focus on successes and best practices in dealing with medical and ecological impacts and a deep psychological trauma developed as a result of such dramatic events as Chernobyl nuclear accident, nuclear tests at the Semipalatinsk test site, 9/11 terrorist attack and other

Registration is Closed
See other events
World Tragedies: Invaluable Lessons Learned From the Chernobyl Disaster and Other Pivotal  Radiation-Related Events

Time & Location

Jun 26, 2019, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

United Nations HQ, Conference Room #8 , New York, NY 10017, USA

About the event

A roundtable discussion will focus on successes and best practices in dealing with medical and ecological impacts and a deep psychological trauma developed as a result of such dramatic events as Chernobyl nuclear accident, nuclear tests at the Semipalatinsk test site, 9/11 terrorist attack and other related events. Led by Dr. Daniel Igor Branovan, Founder and President of Project Chernobyl and renowned researcher, with participation of UN ambassadors, representatives from organizations the UN System and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Multimedia presentation will include Philip Grossman’s photography exhibition 500,000 Voices of Chernobyl and a musical symphony Chernobyl by Mikael Tariverdiev.

Over the 18 years of its existence, Project Chernobyl, a leading U.N. accredited non-profit organization dedicated to diagnosis and treatment of victims of the Chernobyl disaster in the United States, has developed groundbreaking methods for diagnosis and treatment of radiation-incurred thyroid cancer. Tens of thousands of patients-at-risk have undergone screening programs developed and implemented by Project Chernobyl, and hundreds of thyroid cancer cases have been diagnosed and successfully treated.

RSVP is required.

Email vgumennaya@russianamericanfoundation.org for details.

Share this event