UN General Assembly in December 2003 supported the decision to declare April, 26 the International Memory Day of Radiation Accidents and Catastrophes Victims. Chernobyl catastrophe should become the reminder regarding the
need to consolidate efforts in building a secure
future of the mankind


The purposes of the program of the International Journal of Radiation Medicine are the spreading of scientific knowledge and information about the ionising radiation impact on public health.




In this section we represent the proceedings and books consecrate of radiation accidents and catastrophes.






Our Association held 5 international conferences in cooperation with WHO and others UN Agencies (IAEA, UNSCEAR, OCHA, UNDP), known International organizations (UNICEF, UNESCO and others), Governments of Republic of Belarus, Russian Federation and Ukraine, known scientists and experts from many countries and humanitarian organizations. The goal of International conferences is the discussion of consequences of radiation accidents for human health and the wide experience distribution.

"The Rebirth, Renewal, and Human Development"
Humanitarian Forum
April 25, 2006, Kyiv, Ukraine

"Health Consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe. Strategy of Recovery" International Conference
May 29June 3, 2006, Kyiv, Ukraine

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