We received an event information from laboratory belonging to Faculty of sociology. Please see below for details.
Problems in the lives of women with foreign backgrounds
DV Child-raising Health Work
Experiences of Women’s self-help group’s activities and human trafficking
From the perspective of Internal Internationalization
There are many women with foreign background living, getting married, raising children, and working in the community. Besides having a foreign background, there are people suffering from domestic violence (DV), working for low wages, and facing difficulties as a single mother because of being a woman. And there are also women came to Japan due to human trafficking. What is important to offer them support. We will have a talk from the leader of women’s NGO group who has been empowering Filipina migrants and engaged in supportive activities for about 30 years. Also, we will have an opportunity to listen to a talk by a specialist about traffic in women, which is hard to see but existing for a long time, including the cases in Thailand and other countries.
Date & Time: February 28, 2018, 2:45PM – 4:50PM (Advance application is not required)
Venue: Meiji Gakuin University, Shirokane Campus, Main Bldg. Room 1252
The 1st Section “Facing migrant women’s lives and problems” (English, but there will be a Japanese translator during a question and answer session)
Ms. Agalyn NAGASE, Representative of KAFIN Hanno
The 2nd Section “The background of migrant women in Japan and the problems of human trafficking”
Yuriko SAITO, Associate professor, Department of Global and Transcultural Studies, Faculty of International Studies, Meiji Gakuin University
Contact: Laboratory, Faculty of sociology, Meiji Gakuin University:firstname.lastname@example.org
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