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コムスタカ―外国人と共に生きる会 Kumustaka-Association for Living Togehte with Migrants

〒862-0950 熊本市中央区水前寺3丁目2-14-402

須藤眞一郎行政書士事務所気付
c/o Sudou Shinichirou Gyouseishoshi Office
〒862-0950 2-14-402 Suizenji 3 Choume, Chuou-Ku, Kumamoto City

The National Solidarity Forum with Migrants Japan
in Kumamoto, 2020

Overcoming Disasters Together While Creating and Coexisting in a Multi-Ethnic Multicultural Society

Purpose :
With the declining birthrate and a growing proportion of elderly people in the Japanese society, the number of foreign nationals living in Japan continues to increase and has already exceeded 3 million. The Japanese government has established a new residential status called “specified skills” since April 2019 limiting to 14 industries, changed the policy to accept international migrant workers, and promoted foreign nationals living in Japan. Now, coexisting with immigrants and migrants is an important priority in Japanese society and in each region.

Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan, with Mr. Ippei Tori as its representative director, and the local executive committee will co-host “the National Solidarity Forum with Migrants Japan in Kumamoto, 2020” in Kumamoto City on June 13th and 14th, 2020 with the theme of “Overcoming disasters together while creating and coexisting in a multi-ethnic multicultural society”.

The significance of holding the national forum in the Kumamoto region within Kyushu is: ① To hold this event in the area affected by the Kumamoto earthquake in April 2016, ② To hold this event in a local area regarded as “Dispersed Settlement” where aging and population decline are rapidly progressing as well as immigrants and migrants are increasing, and ③ To strengthen the cooperation of ethnic communities through the forums and vitalize this region with the aim of developing a multicultural society with cooperation and collaboration not only within Kumamoto Prefecture but also throughout Kyushu and beyond the region. Based on the above, the national forum will be held to concretely discuss the issue of how to realize co-existence with immigrants and migrants that will continue to increase in the region.

Organizers:
Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan
“The National Solidarity Forum with Migrants Japan in Kumamoto, 2020” Local Executive Committee

Nominal Support:
Kumamoto Prefecture, (tentative) Kumamoto City, Yatsushiro City, Kumamoto Prefecture Municipality Association, Kumamoto Prefecture Mayors Association, Newspaper Companies and TV stations

Time:
June 13, sat, afternoon and June 14, sun. morning, 2020

Location:
Kumamoto Gakuen University (Bldg. 14 Hall, the university’s classrooms)
2-5-1 Ooe, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture 861-8680

Admission Fee:
Adult advance 2000yen, Same day 2500yen
Student 500 yen (free for middle schooler and younger)
Afterparty: Adult 3000 yen, Student 2000yen

Program:
June 13, Saturday

  • Plenary Session Keynote Lecture “Disaster Recovery and Building a Multicultural Community”  
    Lecturer:Kan Sang-Jung (the director of Kumamoto Prefectural Theater)
  • Breakout Sessions (plan)
    Disasters and post-disaster recovery / Community Building(daily lives of local residents・fair trade)/ immigrant women / Medical, welfare, and social security / Technical Intern Training Program / Children and youth / Local government policy / Immigration control / Hate speech and racism / labor / LGBT / religions/ Japanese and mother languages
    ※ Afterparty(Location:Kumamoto Gakuen University Cafeteria, registration required)   

June 14, Sunday 

  • Plenary Session : Panel Discussion on “Disaster and Multicultural Community Building”
    Experiences of Hanshin Awaji Earthquake, Great East Japan Earthquake, and Kumamoto Earthquakes. Multicultural community building


“The National Solidarity Forum with Migrants Japan in Kumamoto, 2020” Local Executive Committee


Co-Representatives
Xiang Qing (Kumamoto Pengyou Kids Chinese Class)
Shin, Myoung Jik (East Asia Coexistence Culture Center)
Takano, Wakako (Kumamoto YWCA)
Torizaki, Ichiro (Oe School District Social Welfare Council)
Nakashima, Shinichiro (Kumustaka-Assoc. for Living Together with Migrants)
Matsuda, Adela (Filipino Organization Kumamoto)

Participating Organizations (23 organizations)

Organization Representative
Kumustaka-Assoc. for Living Together with Migrants Shinichiro Nakashima
East Asia Coexistence Culture Center Shin, Myoung Jik
Kumamoto YWCA Takano, Wakako
Kumamoto Support Network of Children with Mixed Roots Takemura, Tomoko
KUMISA Omar Nowar
Filipino Organization Kumamoto Matsuda, Adela
Kumamoto Pengyou Kids Chinese Class Xiang Qing
Kumamoto Islamic Center Iman Sheraz
Kumamoto International Foundation Yoshimaru, Ryoji
Kumaniji >Mori, Ai
General Incorporated Assoc. MINORI Takaki, Satoshi
Kumamoto Pref. Human Right Education and Research Assoc. Noguchi, Seiya
KEEP Andrew Mitchell
Kumamoto University College of Cross-Cultural and Multidisciplinary Studies Joshua Rickard
Network Kyushu for Living Together with Migrants Kawano, Noriko
Kumamoto Foreign Wives Tashiro, Kristina
Minoshima Pastoral Center Kauss Marcel
Korean Residents Union Kumamoto Choe Sang Cheol
Stonewall Japan Tianqi Panda Zhang
FS Yatsushiro-Association for Chidren with Mixed Roots Hagita, Ikumi
Kumamoto Pref. SupportCenter for Foreign Residents Anan, Eiko
Living in Asia, Fukuoka Inoue, Yukio
NPO, Immigrant Children Support Network Kumamoto Takemura, Tomoko


Executive Office
Kumustaka – Association For Living Together with Migrants
3-2-14-402 Suizenji, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, 862-0950
c/o Sudo Shinichiro Gyoseishoshi Office
kumamotoforum2020@gmail.com

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コムスタカ―外国人と共に生きる会

〒862-0950
熊本市中央区水前寺3丁目2-14-402
須藤眞一郎行政書士事務所気付
groupkumustaka@yahoo.co.jp