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Let's chart Avaaz's course in Japan!

WOW. In just 3 days, over 120,000 of us came together in a massive public outcry to save Fukushima’s children and last Friday, our message was delivered to the Prime Minister by the Japanese NGO Green Action. It was a tremendous first step, but we still have a long way to go.

Something amazing happened last week. From all over Japan, 120,000 of us came together to stand shoulder to shoulder with our fellow citizens and demand the government take urgent action to protect them. We organised quickly, but we will not disperse easily -- in the coming weeks there will be political meetings, public events, protests, media stories and more, we must remain vigilant and ready to ensure our voices are heard. That’s why we’ve compiled a short poll to help us decide what next steps we should all take together. Fill out the short survey below and help determine our course:
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Aileen Mioko Smith from Green Action delivering the petition on behalf of Avaaz to Mr. Yoshihiro Sano from the Prime Minister's office.