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Lecture on Human Rights Issues

2020-1-23 (Thu) 13:30 -

Osaka University holds seminars annually to promote recognition and understanding of human rights issues. The title for this year's seminar is "Learning from the Founding of the Zenkoku Suiheisha in 1922."

We look forward to welcoming university faculty, staff, students, and members of the local to community to this lecture.

Date and Time: Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 13:30 ~ 15:30

Venue: Library Hall, 6F, Main Library (Toyonaka Campus)

Lecturer: TESHIMA Kazuo (Researchers, Kyoto Human Rights Research Institute)

Lecture theme: Learning from the Founding of the Zenkoku Suiheisha in 1992

How to apply:

(Faculty, Staff, and Students)

Please submit an application to the administrative division of your department/school.

Those who require special arrangements when attending this lecture should inform the administrative division when applying.

(General Public)

Only those who require special arrangements when attending this lecture should contact the address listed below.

There is no charge for attending this lecture.

Application Deadline: Thursday, January 9, 2020

Contact:

Operations Staff, General Affairs Division, Department of General Affairs, Osaka University
Tel: 06-6879-4401
soumu-soumu-jimukaikaku[at]office.osaka-u.ac.jp (Please replace [at] with @ when contacting this address.)

The poster for this seminar can be viewed here.

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