Dr Marc Arazi
As a medical doctor, in July 2016, he launched an alert about the overexposure of our mobile phones, which has since been referred to as the Phonegate health and industrial scandal. For the last fifteen years, as a doctor he has been particularly concerned by health issues related to mobile telephony. Among other things, he was spokesman for a French NGO and negotiator for the « Grenelle des ondes » organized by the French government (2009-2013). He has founded and chaired since March 2018 « Phonegate Alert » with the aim of informing, protecting and defending the hundreds of millions of mobile phone users with the support of international organizations, scientists, health professionals , lawyers and journalists. See is blog
Lysiane Brasset, Treasurer, France
Retired from national education where she was a school teacher, she has been active for more than fifteen years in several associations that fight to put in place protective health regulations for residents of relay antennas, for users of mobile phones and for people suffering from electro-hypersensitivity (EHS). She has been working with Dr. Arazi on all these topics since 2004.
Joël Ferbus, Secretary, France
Engineer Arts and Crafts, he is a retired officer of the French Navy and worked as a reservist in the Ministry of Transport. His good knowledge of legal and administrative issues is important in a complex case like Phonegate. He is a member of several associations where he brings at once his seriousness and his good humor.
Theodora Scarato, Representative of the Environmental Health Trust, USA
Theodora Scarato is Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust (EHT), a scientific think tank that publishes research, develops public health awareness programs and educates policymakers worldwide on environmental health issues. She works with EHTs scientists and collaborates with research and academic institutions internationally on health risks of cell phone radiation. She also leads EHT’s public health education initiatives and awareness campaigns. Her work prompted the Maryland State Children’s Environmental Council to develop public health recommendations regarding radiofrequency radiation in schools. As a lead policy analyst on environmental health regulations she maintains EHT’s EMF regulatory database of the dozens of nations that have protective policies regarding cell phone and wireless radiation
Prakash Munshi, India
He has had wide experience in Industrial Engineering , Marketing & International Trade and travelled extensively in India and abroad during his working career. Since the last years he has been known to be a Concerned Citizen against Health Hazards due to EMF Radiation from Mobile Tower Antennae and is helping Citizens in various parts of Mumbai and other cities in India. He works together with Juhi Chawla Mehta in creating awareness among the Citizens of these health hazards.
Martine Vriens, Netherlands
For many years she worked as a senior legal consultant in the field of refugee law and human rights at a non-profit organisation. Previously, she studied European Studies at the University of Amsterdam. At the University of Brussels she followed a postgraduate course in asylum and immigration law. In her work she advised lawyers and regional departments on individual cases and she published regularly in professional journals. After installing Wi-Fi at work, however, she had to quit her job. Now she gives legal advice in the field of EMF and the related areas of law. She also had several proceedings, with successful results, and regularly writes about EMF.
André Fauteux, Canada
André Fauteux is Publisher and editor-in-chief of the Quebec-based magazine La Maison du 21e siècle on healthy and sustainable housing, which he founded in 1994. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science, a Diploma in Communication sciences and a Graduate Degree in Journalism. He notably wrote for two Montreal daily newspapers, first in 1988 for The Gazette as a reporter, then from 1990 to 2015 for La Presse as a freelancer. He has been particularly interested in electromagnetic fields since 1989 and has developed an international network of contacts in this field. See his articles in www.maisonsaine.ca/electrosmog and www.maisonsaine.ca/english
Emmanuel Abundis, Mexico
Director of the Mexican Society for Non Ionizing Radiation Protection
Master´s Degree in Information Technologies by the University of Guadalajara
Member of the Interdisciplinary Group for the Study of Electromagnetic Pollution (University of Guadalajara, Pediatric Division of the Western Medical Center of the Mexican Institute for Social Security and the Mexican Society for Non Ionizing Radiation Protection)
Former member of the National Committe for Telecommunications Normalization (the Commitee does not exist anymore) for the creation of the Mexican Official Norm SCT-SSA-126 (NOM 126) regarding Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields in the range of 100Hz to 300 GHz (Not Issued)