In some cities events were going on for a week, and in other places was last about a month. For example, in Belarus, from 19 to 26 April there was a «Chernobyl Week»: in program — performances, exhibitions, film screenings and the key event — International Conference «Chernobyl + 30». In Kharkov, from April 19 to May 8, held a series of poster exhibitions dedicates to accidents at NPPs of Chernobyl and Fukushima. On 22nd April famous russian ecologist Alexei Yablokov presented a new edition of the book «Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for human and nature.»
In many cities were held seminars «Chernobyl Lessons», in Arkhangelsk hold a creative contest «My nuclear free future», in Syktyvkar was an exhibition in the Institute of Culture and Arts n.a. P. Sorokin, Petrozavodsk — film-lesson, Yoshkar-Ola — personal exhibition of the regimental photographer, who served in the Chernobyl zone, in Nizhny Novgorod — a lecture and street action in the city center, in Irkutsk — a series of lectures «Chernobyl trace» in the Regional Juvenile Library, Saratov — distribution of leaflets, in Voronezh — public reading of «Chernobyl prayer» of Svetlana Aleksievich, in Murmansk — a meeting with the experts, environmentalists, the liquidators and the Ministry of Emergency Situations. A tour of the theater «Krily Halopa» united several countries: performances took place in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Minsk, Brest and Kaliningrad.
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Coalition «Chernobyl30» includes the Russian Socio-Ecological Union / Friends of the Earth — Russia, Youth Human Rights Movement and a group «Ecodefense!». Campaign «Chernobyl — 30 years» was supported by 19 organizations from four countries (https://chernobyl30.wordpress.com/about_campaign/our_supportes/)