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更新日:2019年6月10日

MIM – June 10, 2019 issue

1. “I am Rohingya” film screening and discussion session to be held at Meiji Gakuin University!

Meiji Gakuin University participated in the 2018 UNHCR Refugee Higher Education Academic Program.

As a school partner in the UNHCR Refugee Film Festival, the documentary “I am Rohingya” will be screened on its Shirokane Campus.

Following the screening, we plan to invite Kadyza Bekam, a Rohingya refugee living in Japan, for a discussion session.

This event is open to the general public. We hope you will come.

[Date & Time] Thursday, June 13, 2019, 3:05 pm – 6:15 pm

[Venue] Meiji Gakuin University, Shirokane Campus, Main Bldg 3F, Room 1301

[Host] Meiji Gakuin University

[Sponsors] UNHCR Japan Office, Japan for UNHCR

[Schedule]

 2:55 pm: Doors open

 3:05 pm – 3:10 pm: Opening remarks

 3:10 pm – 4:40 pm: Screening of film, “I am Rohingya”

 4:40 pm – 4:50 pm: Break

 4:50 pm – 6:00 pm: Discussion session

 Guest Speaker: Kadyza Bekam

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 6:00 pm – 6:15 pm: Closing remarks, survey (we ask for your cooperation in completing the survey)

[Film] I am Rohingya (13th UNHCR Refugee Film Festival 2018 Selection)

- Director: Yusuf Zine

- Location: Canada (featuring Rohingya refugees)

- Produced in: Spain

- Year: 2018

- Run time: 90 min.

- Category: Documentary

[Admission] Free

[Application] Not required.

[Host] Meiji Gakuin University

[Contact]

International Peace Research Institute Meiji Gakuin University (PRIME)

- TEL: 03-5421-5652 *Japanese and English

- E-mail: prime@prime.meijigakuin.ac.jp *Japanese and English 

For more information, please see the website below.

https://www.meijigakuin.ac.jp/event/archive/2019/2019-05-07-2.html(external link)(*multilingual)

2. Play Park to be held!

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Play Parks value children’s ability to play freely on their own. They reduce the number of rules and prohibitions usually in place at parks, creating a place where children can challenge themselves to do what they want, using tools, debris, and the natural environment.

Known worldwide as “Adventure Playgrounds,” there are over 150 of them in the UK and over 400 in Germany.

[Date & Time] Open several times throughout May and June. *See website for more details.

[Venue]

Takanawa Area: Kamezuka Park, Takanawa-no-Mori Park

Shibaura-Konan Area: Konan 3-Chome Park

[Application] Not required *Participate as you like

[Fee] Free

* Will be held even in light rain, and canceled in bad weather. For information on the day of the event, please call Minato Call (City Information Service) at 03-5472-3710 (available 8:30 am – 5:00 pm)

[Contact]

Takanawa Regional City Office, Community Development Section (5421-7664) *Japanese only

Shibaura-konan Regional City Office, Community Development Section (6400-0017) *Japanese only

* For more details, please see the URL below.

Minato Sotoasobi-no-Kai Website

https://minasoto.jimdo.com/(external link) (Japanese)

3. Minato City Hall Lobby Concert to be Held!

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This concert is open to anyone to enjoy freely.

We hope you will come.

[Date & Time] Wednesday, June 12, 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm

[Performers] Mandolin Ensemble Brillante

[Program] Guitar and mandolin ensemble concert

[Eligibility] Anyone

[Venue] Minato City Hall 1F Lobby

[Application] Not required. Please come directly to the venue.

[Contact] Community Promotion Section, Promotion of Art and Culture Subsection (Tel: 3578-2584) *Japanese only

4. Public Relations Program “Hello from the Minato City Mayor!”

“Hello from the Minato City Mayor!” is a program updated four times every year (generally on the first day of March, June, September, and December) bilingually in Japanese and English. In each edition, the Mayor will speak to the residents of Minato City and discuss activities.

In the June broadcast, the Mayor visited the Azabu Infant Home, Keifuku Childcare Institution, spoke with the institution’s chief and staff about the role of infant homes, and talked to foster parents about how they became foster parents and about positive experiences they gained from being foster parents. We hope you will check it out.

http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/kouhou/kuse/koho/bangumi/kucho/190601e.html

* Click the link above and then click the “English” button in the top right of the page to be redirected to the English page.

5. Mayor’s essay published in the June edition of the Mail Magazine.

Minato City has been publishing “Minato City Mail Magazine Kiratto” on the 1st every month, which delivers essays by the Mayor Masaaki Takei and child-raising related information. Please enjoy reading the mail magazine.

Back issues are available at the Minato City Website.

June 1st issue is here.

(English)

http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/multilingual/mail-e.html

(Korean)

http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/multilingual/mail-k.html

(Chinese)

http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/multilingual/mail-c.html

 

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