"As an example of a holistic, environmentally-sound, community-focused and patient-centred approach to healthcare, the Sambhavna Clinic is way ahead of anything I have ever visited or worked in, anywhere in the world."

Dr John Hurst, Senior Lecturer, Honorary Consultant, UCL Medical School / Royal Free Hampstead NHS, London

Raghu Rai

Raghu Rai

This famous, terrible and tender picture was taken by Magnum photographer Raghu Rai on the morning of December 3rd, 1984, after the night of horror in Bhopal when a huge cloud of poison gas 500 times more toxic than hydrogen cyanide spewed from a factory belonging to Union Carbide Corporation.

Thousands died in hideous ways. As the sun rose on streets full of corpses, Raghu found himself in a graveyard where a man was burying his young daughter. The father had covered the tiny body but then, unable to bear parting from her, brushed the earth away for one last look.

For the Bhopalis this picture has come to symbolise over 30 years of unimaginable suffering, an injustice never righted, crimes unpunished, and a community that most of the world has forgotten.

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Children of Bhopal

Children of Bhopal

Something very shameful is happening in Bhopal and hardly anyone knows about it. Children are being born dead and malformed in numbers not seen since the spate of horrific births that followed the gas catastrophe of 1984.

Mention Bhopal and most people think of the horrific events of 3rd December 1984, when the city was devastated by a huge leak of poison gas from a pesticide factory owned by US chemical giant Union Carbide.

Thousands died in agony, choking, blinded by gas that burned their eyes and seared their lungs. More than half a million were injured. Today in the city, upwards of 150,000 people are still chronically ill from the injuries suffered on that night. The death toll has reached more than 25,000.

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Edinburgh Gathering Lay Wreaths in Solidarity With Bhopal Gas Disaster Survivors, on Occasion of 33rd Anniversary of Disaster.

On Sunday 3rd December, supporters gathered at the Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh to express their solidarity with the survivors of the Bhopal Gas disaster. Local choir group, ‘Protest in Harmony’ sang and wreaths were laid, under the Bhopal memorial plaque, on behalf of the Midlothian Trades Union Council and the UNITE/ UCATT Dalkeith Branch.   […]

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Bhopal Survivors March and Burn Effigies of Responsible Corporation

Today, in Bhopal, five gas disaster survivors’ organisations marched to the abandoned Union Carbide factory where a traditional burning of effigies took place. The effigy represented the boards of Union Carbide Dow Chemical and DuPont. Dow has recently merged with DuPont to form the world’s largest chemical company. Between them they are the sole owner […]

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Bhopal: 33 Years and NO JUSTICE.

Sign our open letter to the board of DowDuPont #DontBuryBhopal : CLICK On the night of December 2nd/ 3rd, 2017, it will be 33 years since the Bhopal Disaster began taking the lives of innocent citizens in the heavily populated capital city of Madhya Pradesh, India. The Bhopal Disaster remains the largest unaddressed corporate social […]

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