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更新日:2017年12月1日

Human Rights Week

December 4 through December 10 is Human Rights Week.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948, in order to ensure and respect fundamental human rights and freedom as a common standard that should be achieved for all people and countries of the world. Since then, December 10 has become the international Human Rights Day. In Japan, the Ministry of Justice and National Human Rights Committee Federation have established December 4 to 10 as “Human Rights Week” in order to raise public awareness for the respect of human rights through various events on the topic.

Seminar and film screening

Date & time

December 5, 1:30 to 5:15 p.m.

Place

Takanawa Civic Hall, 1-16-25 Takanawa

Access

Direct access from Exit No. 1 of Shirokane-takanawa Station on the Namboku Line or Mita Line; A 0-minute walk from bus stop No. 147 “Takanawa Chiku Sogo Shisho-mae” on the Takanawa Route of Chii Bus.
* Please use public transport.

Seminar

Comedian, Masatomo Nakayama will talk about “Be positive and smile. Show your beautiful future as an adult.”
The seminar will be conducted in Japanese.

Details of seminar

Mr. Nakayama will give an easy-to-understand talk on “The foolishness of discrimination” based on his personal maxim, “By always being positive, we can reduce bullying and discrimination.” Come along and learn not only about issues related to racial discrimination, but more broadly about a mindset for success that you can immediately incorporate into your daily life.
*The latter half of the seminar will feature Mr. Nakayama’s standup comedy act.

Profile

Born in 1969 in Takarazuka City, Hyogo Prefecture. Made his debut as part of the comedy double-act “Big Apple,” but his partner suddenly retired. In 1996 he relaunched his career as a comedy double-act with his wife, “Nakayama Masatomo & Tsukasa,” and continues to engage in work around the country, not just as a comedian, but also as a lecturer, reporter, actor and radio personality.
Nakayama’s lectures have been widely praised as providing a “courage and confidence-building education.” They deal with his upbringing in a single-parent family in Kochi Prefecture and how, despite leading an initially aimless lifestyle, he engaged in self-study and achieved his dream of making a living as a standup comedian.

Film screening

Forever Together – 2014, Japan, 122 min.

A man bringing up a son who is not his own, a man in grief counselling after the loss of his wife of many years, and the hardships and growth of a couple bringing up a disabled child. This film focuses on “family ties,” telling the story of three families and the various challenges they face. People who see this film will find themselves perceiving child-rearing in a new and enjoyable light.

Consultation service of human rights for foreign people

Foreign people can consult professionals regarding human rights-related issues at the Tokyo Legal Affairs Bureau.

Place

Human Rights Counseling Room in the Legal Affairs Bureau, 12th floor, Kudan Second Government Building, 1-1-15 Kudan-minami, Chiyoda-ku

Languages

English, Chinese, Korean, Filipino, Portuguese, and Vietnamese

Hours

Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Telephone

0570-090911

Human rights counseling services in foreign languages on the internet

For counseling in English and Chinese, human rights counseling services on the Internet is available.

Feel free to consult with us online from anywhere in Japan


Inquiries

Minato Call - City Information Service

Tel: 03-5472-3710

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