About Radiation Refuge Foundation
Radiation Refuge Foundation (RRF) is intended to be a non-profit and a charitable organization which will act as a support platform for people affected by Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity.
Radiation Refuge Foundation's mission is to create a low EMF/EMF zone or also known as a White Zone where people can redefine living and be a part of society without suffering the damaging effects of modern radiation.
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Sweden became the first country in 2002 to formally recognize EHS as a physical impairment, largely because of the efforts of Olle Johansson, Associate Professor of Neuroscience at the Karolinska. He has long warned about the health impact of exposure to electromagnetic fields, and places the number of electrosensitive people in Sweden at about 250,000.
For the first time in Australia, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of the Australian Federal Court has provided legal recognition on the health effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) also known as electromagnetic frequencies (EMF). In a workplace compensation case, handed down on 28 February 2013, the Tribunal found that Dr Alexander McDonald suffered a workplace injury of a worsening of his sensitivity to EMR, as a result of him being required, by his employer, to trial the use of electronic equipment.