[Joint]Ten years after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Leaving no one behind – Actions from the field


We will hold an online student participatory symposium on Wednesday, November 10, 2021,.

In this symposium, the members of the panel will talk about the current situation in each prefecture, as well as the activities they have been engaged in for the reconstruction (well-being).

As a student-participatory symposium, NOHA graduate students and COIL-related undergraduate students will participate, ask questions, and conduct discussions.

If you are interested in 3.11, or the current situation of those disaster area, or disaster prevention, please join us!

Date: 13:30~16:00, Wednesday, November 10 (JPT)

How to hold: Zoom


Key note speech (Prof. Ono)
Mr. Shimomura, Q&A
Ms. Hosoe, Q&A
Ms. Suzuki, Q&A
Q&A(for all)

Panels Introduction:

Prof. Yuichi Ono : Representative Director of World BOSAI Forum / International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University
Mr. Shinko Shimomura : Exploring the role of temples and monks as the core of local communities /Vice chief priest of Bodai-in /  Incorporator of Future Meeting in Iwaki
Ms. Eri Hosoe : Moved to Kamaishi in 2017 and taking action as a member of Nebama Mind / Create disaster prevention education within and outside the community
Ms. Sachi Suzuki : Born in Shiogama, Miyagi. Constructing a Youth Network with the Residents of the Arahama Area, a coastal area of Sendai, who are trying to recover in agriculture and other fields. / UNESCO

Co-host : ICU, TUFS
Cooperation : World BOSAI Forum, Gakuvo

・The language is English. Serial interpreters are available for Japanese speakers.
・Admission free


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