Outside Turkey, the work of attorney Arif Ali Cangi for a “nuclear free world” has been recognised. One of his most recent cases for a “nuclear free Turkey” involves the villages of Kesir Jörprübasi/Manisa and Kisir Söke Aydin. In the 1970s and 1980s the Turkish government prospected for and mined uranium across the country. Near the first village the government authorities established a facility where uranium ore was turned into yellow cake. Later the contaminated site was abandoned without any safety measures. The local population knew nothing about the hazards they were exposed to. (1).