Programm/Di, 30.12.

Internationales Anti-Atom-Vernetzungstreffen

Das nächste internationale Vernetzungstreffen von Anti-Atom-AktivistInnen findet vom 29. Dezember 2008 bis 1. Januar 2009 beim JUKSS statt. Es soll eine Reihe von Workshops zur atompolitischen Situation in verschiedenen Ländern (gemacht von den Leuten, die von dort teilnehmen) geben, außerdem Runden zum Austausch, Kennenlernen und Absprechen gemeinsamer Aktivitäten. Für einzelne Projekte und Kampagnen soll zu extra Workshops eingeladen werden, um diese vorzustellen und zur Beteiligung aufzurufen.

Die Workshops und Treffen werden in englischer Sprache abgehalten. Mehr Informationen gibt es auf der Wiki-Seite des Netzwerks "Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main Europas Atomerbe". Sobald die Uhrzeiten feststehen, werden hier die Workshops im einzelnen eingetragen.

ganztags (ca. 10-18 Uhr): Training "Gerichtsverfahren"

Tipps für offensive Prozesse - für Angeklagte und Publikum Ablauf: Einführung zu rechtlichen Grundlagen der Repression (Polizei-, Versammlungs- und Strafrecht) und möglicher Aktionen. Brainstorming zum kreativen Umgang mit solchen Situationen. Dann Trainings in Form von Rollenspielen zu einem Gerichtsprozess (kompletter Verlauf eines Verfahrens - MindestteilnehmerInnenzahl: 8 Personen, da verschiedene Rollen besetzt werden müssen). Infoseite: www.prozesstipps.de.vu


10:00 Uhr: Renewable Energies and The Nuclear Situation in Bulgaria

Renewable energy is energy that is regenerative or, for all practical purposes, virtually inexhaustible. It includes solar energy, wind energy, hydropower, biomass (derived from plants), geothermal energy (heat from the earth), and ocean energy. Renewable energy resources can supply energy for heating buildings, electricity generation, heat for industrial processes, and fuels for transportation. The increased use of renewable energy could reduce the burning of fossil fuels (coal, petroleum, and natural gas), eliminating associated air-pollution and carbon dioxide emissions, and contributing to national energy independence and economic and political security.

In Bulgaria, the Kozloduy NPP operated six pressurized water reactors with a total output of 3760 MW-electricity. Units 1 and 2 were closed in 2002 as part of the process of initiating accession to the European Union (EU), with a compensating payment of €200 million; Units 3 and 4 despite the safety upgrades, were powered down simultaneously with final accession to the EU, raising the compensation to €550 million.

Work has started on the Belene Nuclear Power Plant's two reactors for another approximately 2GW of nuclear power generation, targeted for first power in 2013. The total cost of the project is now estimated by the operator to be around €7 billion (€4 billion for the power stations plus associated infrastructure development costs).

This workshops starts on December 30, 2008, at 10:00 am in Room 10A on the 3rd floor.

(versuch einer) Uebersetzung::::::::
::  = 10:00 Uhr: Erneuerbare Energien und die atomare Situation in Bulgarien ==
.....*2BEcompleted*

11:00 Uhr: Resistance Against French Nuclear Policy

France is a high nuclearised country. 58 nuclear reactors in activity, one more in building in Flamanville, reprocessing plant, atomic bombs, etc.

The aim of the presentation, which will be held on December 30, 2008, at 11:00 am in room 10A on the 3rd floor, is to give an overview about the situation in France regarding nuclear policy: History (military use of nuclear), actual situation and problems in the different plants, deals with nuclear waste and new building policy.

Another focus of the presentation is the past and current resistance against this policy and the perspective of international activities.

This workshop is part of the Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting at the JUKSS.

12:00 Uhr: Nuclear Situation in Germany

The Workshop will take place on December 30, 2008, at 12:00 am in room 10A on the 3rd floor. This workshop is part of the Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting at the JUKSS.

17:00 Uhr: Uranium Mining In Finland

Uranium mining in Finland? Europe`s new Banana state of Areva and Cooper Minerals. Other European countries have stopped uranium mining. International companies are doing ore prospecting in several places of Finland. They are very interested in Lapland and North Karelian.

The workshop will be held by Senni Luosujärvi on December 30, 2008, at 05:00 pm in room 10A on the 3rd floor. This workshop is part of the Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting at the JUKSS.

nachmittags/abends - Derrick Jensen Endgame Buchvorstellung

Vorstellen der Ideen und Gedanken im Buch und vielleicht diskussion darüber.

Zum lesen:

18-19 Uhr Mitmachgruppen

Diese Stunde soll für die Mitmachgruppen freigehalten werden. Bitte macht eure Angebote nicht in dieser Zeit.

19:45 Uhr Infotreffen

Das Infotreffen findet täglich um 19:45 Uhr in einem der großen Säle statt. Hier kannst du in kurzer Zeit alle aktuellen Infos rund um den Jukss loswerden oder bekommen z.B. "die Teilibeiträge decken momentan nicht die Kosten!" oder "Morgen findet eine Aktion am Flughafen statt!".

20:00 Uhr: Brainstorming About Future International Anti-nuclear Activities

We want to develope ideas for international anti-nuclear activities in this workshop. We will collect the existing plans for projects and actions in the near future and brainstorm about further ideas. In the next step (on December 31 at 04:00 pm) we will discuss some selected projects and come to concrete agreements to realize them.

This workshop will take place on December 30, 2008, at 08:00 pm in room 10A on the 3rd floor. The second part of the workshop will take place on December 31 at 04:00 pm. This workshop is part of the Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting at the JUKSS.

abends (ca. 20 Uhr): Einführung in "Direct Action"

Ideen für kreative Aktionen von Kommunikationsguerilla über Straßentheater bis Sabotage - dargestellt an vielen Beispielen mit Fotos und Kurzfilmen. Infoseite: www.direct-action.de.vu (und passend dazu: morgen das Training!).

Technik: Beamer und Aktivboxen nötig!

20 Uhr Film: Strahlendes Klima (Uran-Film)

Infos zum Film:

[| Filminfos] Lauflänge: 53 Minuten
2008, Deutschland/ Frankreich/ Australien Produktion/ Regie: Stephanie Auth, Isabel Huber, Kerstin Schnatz
Schnitt: Martin Kleinmichel

Lars Deutsch

Sprache: Originalton Englisch/ Deutsch

== 23.59Uhr Rasperry Reich - Film ==verlegt auf 23.59 sorry etwa 2 h

Filminfo laut Vetomat : einziger politisch korrekter Film über die RAF im Stil eines Queer Pornos.

Sprache: (d)english mit breitem Berliner Akzent.

einige Kurzvorfilme geplant

21:00-23:00 Kennenlerntreffen/Jukss-Einführung

22.00 Uhr: Film: The Tenth Castor Transport to Gorleben

Nowhere on earth has the nuclear industry found a safe way to keep waste that will remain dangerous for at least a million years. In Germany politicians decided 30 years ago that a salt deposit near the village of Gorleben in the north of the country should be the permanent repository, and a prefabricated storage hall next door to it the "interim storage". Scientists almost from the outset ruled the salt dome unsafe.

The 800 people living near Gorleben and several thousand others living in a cluster of villages and small towns in the picturesque farming and forestry area have fought the nuclear plans and the transportation of waste to the storage from the beginning. The recycled waste from German power stations comes from a plutonium plant in northern France in so-called Castor caskets. We have filmed the protests against the tenth such transport to Gorleben in November 2006. You will see how after 30 years the people living near Gorleben and the thousands who join them from all over Germany once a year when the Castor train comes are not tired of revolting against this nuclear madness.

With many interviews, action images and snapshots, this documentary gives a multi-faceted impression of the unrelenting resistance against the nuclear facilities in Gorleben.

The promised German nuclear phase-out seems to be becoming a complete farce. The nuclear industry is mounting pressure on the government to let it build more nuclear power plants by touting them as climate savers. The struggle in Gorleben is seen by main stream media and politicians only as a policing problem. In that context the film gives voice and image to the protest’s view.

The film deals with people who sit down on railway tracks and roads, usually in bitter cold, sometimes brutalised by police. It asks them where they find the courage and the motivation to resist again and again, but also about their fear and their powerlessness when facing an army of up to 20,000 police and the annual militarisation of a whole region.

But resistance doesn’t need to be as serious as the issue. The first-time appearance of the insurgent clandestine rebel clown army provides a new spontaneous creativity and subversivity within the conflict.

We will show this film, which was produced by Cine Rebelde, on December 30, 2008, at 10:00 pm in the Cinema Room. This films takes some 40 minutes elapsed time. This workshop is part of the Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting at the JUKSS.