子どもに年間20mSv問題 + 国際人権問題

日本の法律で、一般市民の放射線被曝限度は「年間1ミリシーベルト」っと決められているにもかかわらず、福島第一原発事故後、日本政府、文部科学省大臣自らが「問題ない」っとし、子どもに「年間20mSv (20ミリシーベルト)」を決断し、これは、毎時で言うと、3,8 µSv (3,8マイクロシーベルト)以下であれば、屋外活動も「問題ない」とした。

「子供たちを放射能から守る福島ネットワーク」、「福島老朽原発を考える会(フクロウの会)」、「国際環境NGO・FoE Japan 」、「Green Action – 人をつないで脱原発を目指す市民団体」、「美浜・大飯・高浜原発に反対する大阪の会」、「グリーンピース・ジャパン」から、国際連合人権高等弁務官事務所に提出された、「子どもに年間20 mSv問題」の資料(英語)を、ここに置いておくぅぅうううう。

Violation of the Human Rights of the Children of Fukushima (PDF)

(17/08/2011)

This submission concerns the violation of the human rights of the children of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. These children have been continually exposed to radioactive contamination since 11 March 2011, the start of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident, and urgent measures are needed to reduce this exposure.

“Japan’s standard for radiation exposure for the general public is 1 millisievert (mSv) per year. The provisional standard for Fukushima citizens is 20 millisieverts per year.
This standard is only for Fukushima Prefecture. The standard remains at the
pre-accident level of 1 millisievert per year (mSv/yr) for all the other 46 prefectures of Japan. The provisional standard for Fukushima applies to pregnant women and children, in spite of the vulnerability of fetuses and children to radiation.
The 20-millisieverts-per-year figure is also the standard to decide the evacuation zone.
Any areas that are contaminated to the extent that living there will expose citizens to 20 mSv/yr or over are to be evacuated.”

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