Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region/Media group/Skype conference on March 23, 2014

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Media group Skype conference, 23/03/2014



  1. clarification of facilitation and minutes keeping
  2. possibly next media release
  3. preparation of next Skype conference
  4. other topics

Next media release

  • possibly a new media release would be necessary to report on the Fennovoima EIA campaign
    • this campaign is not ready for media work yet
  • possible other focusses: European Anti-nuclear Forum on April 29th or Chernobyl Day (including upcoming May working meeting)
    • to be published the night from April 27th-28th
    • messages:
      • Chernobyl Day was on 26th of April (28 years after catastrophe still number of victims not decreasing, but more of them appearing; several generations already affected + there will be more in future & area highly contaminated/exclusive zone); Chernobyl is one of main sources making Baltic Sea most radioactive water body in the world (could be headline)
      • anti-nuclear organizers from Baltic Sea region will join European Anti-nuclear Forum "tomorrow", April 29th in Prag, to challenge nuclear industry; plus basic info on the Forum
      • short info that working meeting will take place
  • schedule:
    • deadline for draft: April 18th
    • comments & discussions (Skype conference): April 18th at 7.30 PM CET
    • deadline for final version: April 20th
    • start of translations: April 22nd
    • deadline for translations: April 26th
    • publication: April 28th (sending out April 27th night)

Next Skype conference

Other topics

  • we figured out missing minutes to update the website
  • reviewing milestone goals made in December 2013 for 1st quarter of 2014 for media coverage (plans/reality):