Redressing chronically under-funded Scientific Committee, whose work underpins public protection from atomic radiation exposure, focus in Fourth Committee issued by the UN Department of Public Information, New York

Policies Based on Incomplete Science Have Tragic Consequences, Marshall Islands Says, Urging Better Medical Treatment for Subsequent Generations

Delegates today in the Fourth Committee (Special Political and Decolonization) were unanimous in calling for the chronically under-funded and understaffed Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation to be provided sufficient resources to fulfil its mandate of assessing the levels, effects and emerging risks of ionizing radiation on humanity and the environment.

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