International Symposia


International Symposium-Towards a Global Welfare Society: Care, Gender, and Migration in East Asia-

 On December 16, 2018, Chiba Studies on Global Fair Society held its 5th annual international symposium “.
The main theme of this year’s symposium is global welfare society.We invited 7 guest speakers from Canada and Japan.
 

<Presenters>

Ito Peng (Toronto University)
Mari Osawa (Tokyo University)
Mio Sato (International Organization for Migration (IOM) Tokyo)
Yoshihito Enomono (Hokkaido University)
Mie Morikawa (Tsuda University)
Wako Asato (Kyoto University)
Takashi Hanyu (Special elderly nursing home Hanamizuki)



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International Symposium-Whither the ASEAN Integration: A Focus on its Inclusiveness-

 On November 19, 2016, Chiba Studies on Global Fair Society held its second annual international symposium “Whither the ASEAN Integration: A Focus on its Inclusiveness”.

 The main theme of this year’s symposium is inclusive development of ASEAN. We invited 3 guest speakers from Thailand and Myanmar and along with them faculty members from Chiba University presented their research on topics such as regional integration and inclusiveness in ASEAN, diversity and regional integration, role of civil society, and building a legal framework and the issue of sovereignty. The symposium was held in English with simultaneous interpretation to Japanese.
 

 Chiba University President Tsuyoshi Tokuhisa, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics Keiko Sakai opened the symposium with welcome remarks and over 70 people from both within and outside of the University joined the event.

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<Opening Remark>

 Chiba University President, Dr. Tsuyoshi Tokuhisa  

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<Welcome Remark>

 Chiba University Dean of the Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics, Dr. Keiko Sakai

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<Program>

13:00~13:10 Opening Remark (by President Takeshi Tokuhisa、Prof.Keiko Sakai)
13:10~13:20  Explanation of Issues and Introduction of Mr.Aung Hein, Dr.Ben Belton, Dr.Watcharas Leelawath and Mr. Moe Min Oo (by Dr.Hikari Ishido)

<Session 1> Mekong Institute
13:20~13:50  Keynote lecture Dr.Watcharas Leelawath
“Toward Inclusive Governance of the Greater Mekong Sub-Region”

<Session 2> Myanmar
13:50~14:20  Mr.Aung Hein, Dr.Ben Belton
“Myanmar’s Rural Development: The Case of Aquaculture”
14:20~14:50 Dr.Eriko Hamada, Mr.Kyaw Thiha and Mr.Kyaw Kyaw Soe
“What can Japan do for Myanmar?”
14:50~15:00  Remark on legal issues Assoc. Prof. Kazushi Sugimoto
Discussant Mr.Moe Min Oo
15:00~15:15  Break (please view the photos and products displayed)

<Session 3> ASEAN and the International Regime
15:15~15:30  Dr.Iwao Fujisawa
“Regional Collaboration Framework: Legal Perspectives
15:30~15:45  Dr.Seiichi Igarashi
“Multi-stakeholder Approach to the ASEAN Integration”
15:45~15:55  Discussant:Dr.Watcharas Leelawath

15:55~16:05  Questions and Answers
16:05~16:10  Wrap-up (Dr.Hikari Ishido) and Closing Remark (Prof.Jiro Mizushima)



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Reception

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 On February 19, 2016, Chiba Studies on Global Fair Society held its first annual international symposium “International Symposium on Migration, Gender, and Labor in East Asia-”.

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 We invited 4 guest speakers from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Korea. Along with the oversea guest speakers, faculty members from Chiba University presented their research on topics related issues such as double burden of care, globalization and care, and migrant care workers in East Asia. All of the presentations and discussion sessions were held in English.

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 Chiba University President Dr. Tsuyoshi Tokuhisa opened the event with a welcome remark, followed by an opening speech by Dr. Jiro Mizushima, Professor at Chiba University and the Project Leader for Chiba Studies on Global Fair Society. The symposium gathered more than 50 participants and the event was closed by warm words from Dr. Keiko Sakai, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics.


<Program>

2:00 pm   Welcome speech Takeshi Tokuhisa, President, Chiba University
2:05 pm   Opening remarks Jiro Mizushima, Chiba University
2:10 pm   Keynote lecture Raymond K H Chan, City University of Hong Kong
        ”Double Burden of Care and Arrangements in Hong Kong”

<Session 1> Global Perspectives Chair: Akiko S. Oishi, Chiba University
2:30 pm   Reiko Hayashi, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research
        ”A Perspective on International Migration:Is There Any Japanese Model?”
3:00 pm  Reiko Ogawa, Kyushu University
        ”Intersection among Migration, Care Regimes, and Employment Regimes in East Asia”
         Discussant: Ju-Hyun Kim, Chungnam National University

<Session 2> Regional Perspectives Chair: Hikari Ishido, Chiba University
3:50 pm   Li-Fang Liang, National Yang-Ming University
        ”The Solution for Care Crisis? Migrant Care Labor Policy in Taiwan”
4:10 pm  Hiroyuki Minagawa, Chiba University
        ”Recent Employment Situation and Legislation in Japan”
4:40 pm   Yumi Hinohara and Jiro Mizushima, Chiba University
        ”Immigration, Labour and Welfare in Western Europe: Exclusion and Inclusion”
         Discussant: Hong-Ju Park, Sogang University

5:15 pm  Closing remarks
         Keiko Sakai, Dean, Faculty of Law, Politics and Economics, Chiba University


<Keynote Speech>

Dr. Raymond K H Chan (City University of Hong Kong)
“Double Burden of Care and Arrangements in Hong Kong: Implication on Care Policy and Arrangements”

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<Session 1: Global Perspective>

Chair: Akiko Oishi (Chiba University)
Presentation 1: Reiko Hayashi (National Institute of Population and Social Security Research) “A Perspective on International Migration: Is there any Japanese Model?”
Presentation 2: Reiko Ogawa (Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University) “Globalization of Care in East Asia”
Discussant: Ju-Hyun Kim (Chungnam National University)


<Session 2: Regional Perspective>

Chair: Hikari Ishido (Chiba University)
Presentation 1: Li-Fang-Liang (National Yang-Ming University) “The Solution for Care Crisis? Migrant Care Labour Policy in Taiwan”
Presentation 2: Hiroyuki Minagawa (Chiba University) “Recent Employment Situation and Legislation in Japan”
Presentation 3: Yumi Hinohara (Chiba University), Jiro Mizushima (Chiba University) “Immigration, Labour and Welfare in Western Europe: Exclusion and Inclusion”
Discussant: Hong-Ju Park (Sogang University)
Closing Remark (Chiba University, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics, Dr. Keiko Sakai)


<Reception>

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 International Workshop


International Workshop -Is Hate Speech Punishable?-

 On February 17, 2020, Chiba Studies on Global Fair Society held international workshop.
The theme of workshop is "Is Hate Speech Punishable?".We invited Dr.Robert Mark Simpson from University College London.
 

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 Workshops


May 26, 2018 (Yusuke Kanazawa, Associate Professor at Ritsumeikan University, Sociology)
May 24, 2017 (Akiko Oishi, Professor, Labor Economics, Social Security)
March 15, 2017 (Junko Nanahoshi, Graduate Student, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences)
February 10, 2017 (Akiko Fuchu, Graduate Student, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences)
September 14, 2016 (Ryota Nakai, Graduate Student, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences)
July 27, 2016 (Hikari Ishido, Professor, Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics)
June 8, 2016 (Keiko Sakai, Professor, Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics)
April 27, 2016 (Hiroyuki Minagawa, Professor, Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics)
February 10, 2016 (Masahiro Ogiyama, Professor, Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics)
December 19, 2015 (Takayuki Kawase, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Politics, and Economics)