7/20 (Sat) Thinking of the Global Development Cooperation -A Case of the Rohingya Refugees- by Japan Society for International Development (JASID)

The Research Section on Re-thinking of Development Issues through Development Experience of JASID will aim to thinking of the Global Development Cooperation as a case of the Rohingya Refugees.

Date:July 20th Saturday, 2019 14:00-18:00
Venue: University of the Sacred Heart, Sacred Heart Global Plaza, 2F, Room 4-2
4-2-4 Hiroo Shibuya-ku Tokyo http://kyosei.u-sacred-heart.ac.jp
Program:
Chairperson:Prof.Yasu Shigeta, Representative of Research Section Group
Opening of Speech:Purpose of this Research Section

①Prof.Masaaki Ohashi, Director, Sacred Heart Institute for Sustainable Future, University of the Sacred Heart
“Who is the Rohingya Refugees? – Where do they come from? And where do they go?”
Discussant:Yukiko Fujisaki(Deputy Secretary General,ShapLa Neer)

②Under negotiation (International Department, Operation Sector, Japanese Red Cross Society)
“Red Cross’s Humanitarian Assistance- Support for refugees in a Southern part of Bangladesh-”
Discussant:Masaaki Ohashi

③Dirk Hebecker, Representative, UNHCR Japan
“UNHCR’s Multilateral Cooperation-A case of support for the Rohingya Refugees-”
Discussant:Takeshi Komino (General Secretary,CWS Japan)

④Mariko Shiohata, Director, International Programs, Save the Children Japan
” NGO’s Partnership Cooperation-A case of support for the Rohingya Refugees-”
Discussant:Yuriko Saito (Researcher, International Peace Research Institute, Meiji Gakuin Institute)

⑤Whole Discussion Coordinator:Prof.Yasu SHIGETA

⑥Ending of Speech Joint Organization:Prof.Masaaki Ohashi

For application and details contact Yasu SHIGETA, Professor of University of Utsunomiya, shigeta@cc.utsunomiya-u.a

Sponsor:Japan Society for International Development (JASID) Research Section Group on Re-thinking of Development Issues
Co-sponsor: University of the Sacred Heart, Sacred Heart Institute for Sustainable Future (SHISF)