Think about "challenges"

The websites/webpages below contain information on matters which are considered to be possible challenges in humanitarian assistance in the event of a nuclear disaster based on experiences of past nuclear disasters.

Response to people requring special consideration

Websites/webpages for response to people requiring special consideration during a nuclear disaster.

Influence of the Great East Japan Earthquake and the Nuclear Power Station Accident (Fukushima International Association, Japan)
This book contains the records from the foreign-born residents in Fukushima according to a survey that FIA conducted post the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Disability Information Resources (Japanese Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities)
A website of information collected from Japan and other countries focusing on social involvement by people with disabilities using ICT (information and communication technology).

Communication during a disaster

Websites/webpages for Communication in the event of a nuclear disaster.

Topics: Risk communication for existing exposure situation after the nuclear disaster (Journal of the National Institute of Public Health, Vol.62 No.2, April 2013)
The journal's issue themed on risk communication for existing exposure situation after the nuclear disaster.
Research Findings of Fukushima Project Published in Final Report (United Nations University, 2016)
The final report of the Fukushima Global Communication Programme conducted by the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability.
21-24 Nov. 2013 FMU-IAEA International Academic Conference successfully concluded (Fukushima Medical University)
A webpage regarding an international academic conference about post-nuclear disaster mental health and risk communication organized by Fukushima Medical University and IAEA.
Communication with the Public in a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency (IAEA, 2012)
A guide for public information officers on preparation for and response to a nuclear or radiological emergency.
25-27 July 2014 2nd FMU-IAEA International Academic Conference convened in Fukushima (Fukushima Medical University)

Local community

Websites/webpages for local communities which are people's livelihood basis and important in terms of mutual aid.

ICRP Dialogue initiative (ICRP)
In 2011, ICRP began a Dialogue Initiative to respond to the challenges of the long term consequences of the Fukushima Daiichi accident.
KOTOBA Dialogue in Fukushima (IRSN)
The story of four years of dialogue for the rehabilitation of living conditions in the areas contaminated by the Fukushima Daiichi accident.

Psychosocial care for affected popul and supporting people

Websites/webpages for "psychosocial care" for affected populations living under prolonged evacuations and responders who support them.

Psychological First Aid (NCTSN)
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) and the National Center for PTSD jointly made the Second Edition of Psychological First Aid Field Operations Guide.
Psychological first aid: Guide for field workers (WHO)
WHO made the guide for psychological first aid to help human beings suffering serious crisis events.