«The World Health Organisation (WHO) is failing in its duty to protect those populations who are victims of radioactive contamination.»

  • 11 March 2013 – Urgent request for a meeting with representatives of citizen associations to discuss violations of the Right to Health in relation to the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan
    Letter to Margaret Chan”


  • 07 November 2011 – A historical account of the non-publication of the Proceedings of the Conferences in Geneva in 1995 and Kiev in 2001 on the health consequences of Chernobyl.
    “Letter to Margaret Chan”



  • 18 July 2002 – Before IndependentWHO was created, several founding members of the collective (Contratom, CRIIRAD, PSR / IPPNW …) had denounced the WHO / IAEA agreement, by various means, and were calling for the World Health Organization to fulfil its obligations to victims of radioactive contamination.
    Consequently, on July 18 2002, members of IPPNW had a meeting with WHO and requested the amendment of the agreement signed between the IAEA and WHO and discussed the issues of transparency and independence of medical research in the field of ionizing radiation, especially after Chernobyl.
    “Read or download the minutes of the meeting”