Lecture “Multicultural coexistence in Niihama: inheriting the legacy of connectivity from Akira Hamanaka”(Dec. 18)

2022.11.17

Category: SymposiumPublication

Research Group: A03 Migrants & Refugees

The Lecture as a Civil Dialogue Project will be jointly held by Niihama International Center and Islamic Trust Studies A03 “Migrants, Refugees, and Community Building”
to commemorate the late Akira Hamanaka, who performed considerable service to the creation of Muslim community in Japan based in Niihama, Ehime.


Lecture “Multicultural coexistence in Niihama:
inheriting the legacy of connectivity from Akira Hamanaka”



Lecturers:

Tsuyoshi Tokuda (Otani University)
“Circumstances and problems of the reception of foreigners in the provinces: the case of Niihama”

Hirofumi Okai (Kyoto Sangyo University, A03 Co-investigator)
“Connected globally, connecting locally: discussing multicultural coexistence following the footprints left by Akira Hamanaka”

Language : Japanese
Admission Free/Open to public
Venue: General welfare center, Niihama City, 4th Floor, Seminar room no. 3.


Organizer:
Niihama International Center
Co-Organizer:
Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A)
“Migrants, Refugees, and Community Building” (Principal Investigator: Hidemitsu KUROKI (ILCAA/SRC) Project Number: 20H05826)
Sponsored by:
General Incorporated Association “Niihama Masjid”

Contact: Niihama International Center
TEL:0897-65-1579
e-mail: niihamashikokusai@gmail.com

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