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Sun, Aug. 5 - Mon, Aug. 6, 2018


- Sun, August 5th

  10:30-16:15(tentative)

Program mainly for

the local community

                                   

Venue:

Naraha Community Center, Naraha town, Fukushima-Prefecture,

Japan


- Mon, August 6th

  10:00-17:20(tentative)

Program mainly for

technical experts

                                   

Venue:

Alios Iwaki Performing Arts Center, Iwaki city,

Fukushima-prefecture, Japan


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Forum Guide

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Summary of previous forums

Voice from Forum

QR code for the mobile site of "Voice from Forum"

QR code for the mobile site of "Voice from Forum" 

Summary

The 3rd International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (The 3rd 1FD-forum) was held as below:

Title The 3rd International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (The 3rd 1FD-Forum)
Date and Venue August 5, 2018  Number of participants: 613
Naraha Community Center Naraha Town,
Fukushima-prefecture, Japan

August 6, 2018  Number of participants: 651
Alios Iwaki Performing Arts Center Iwaki-city,
Fukushima-prefecture, Japan
Host Nuclear Damage Compensation and Decommissioning Facilitation Corporation(NDF)

We sincerely appreciate everyone’s attendance.

1. Outline

The 3rd 1FD-Forum is intended firstly to be an opportunity to gather insights and expertise relative to the Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) from the world and to promote the advancement of D&D of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (1F) and secondly to disseminate the latest progress and technical achievements of 1F D&D to Japan and abroad. Mutual dialogues between the D&D implementing bodies and local community are encouraged as well in order to foster their awareness for successful and steady 1F decommissioning.

2. 6minute video to get the idea of the Forum

The International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station is held for the aim to share the current progress, technical achievement and all kind of thoughts against the decommissioning works widely with the local community, Japanese and foreign experts.

3. Profiles of speakers and presentation documents

Presentation documents and CV of speakers for The 3rd International Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear forum.



4. OUTPUT & The documents created on the day

1) Voice from Fukushima 2018

The booklet summarizing past 2 forums by Mr. Hiroshi Kainuma. The booklet was summarized based on the interviews and dialogues on the stage at the forums, trying to illustrate the opinions of the local residents concerning the decommissioning of the furnace Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station and their day to day life and the situation since 2011.

2) Graphic Recording

Summary of the dialogue at “ask questions” session using pictures and speech bubbles. After the session, these graphic records were posted the walls, the participants were asked to freely choose and stick from 6 kinds of stickers expressing “Feel anxiety,” “Unsatisfactory!!,” “Could not understand much!” “Would like to know more,” “Would like to talk more,” “Understood well” on the graphic records.

3) Tree of hope, tree of Challenges

At the 3rd International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, we had a group discussion with participants and local residents about why should we think about the decommissioning, and our “Hope and challenges for the Decommissioning”, based on the 2nd forum.

Many thoughts and comments from the participants and local residents were gathered.

a. Big leaves of big tree of hope and challenges

A group of 40 participants made a big leaves for big trees based on opinions from 5-6 participants on each hope and task.

b. Small leaves of small trees of hope and challenges

A group of 5-6 participants actively exchanged their opinions, who then presented two each of small leaves of hope and challenges.

4. Feedback

We received as many as 153 feedbacks for Day 1, and 66 feedbacks for Day 2. Based on the feedback, we will strive to improve quality of the next forum continuously.