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Open Lecture: "Globalization and Decentralization Reform -- Approaches in the EU and Japan"

2012-1-20 (Fri) 2:40 p.m. - 4:10 p.m.

Osaka University Law School and Center for Legal and Political Practice will hold a lecture open to members of the public "Globalization and Decentralization Reform -- Approaches in the EU and Japan" on Friday, January 20. NISHI Tatsuo, Director General, Cabinet Office and Manger of Personnel Division, will speak about a new role for Japan in the midst of turbulent international relations, citing EU movements from the viewpoint of decentralization reform. He will also talk about the roles of national public servants in building new nations. Not only individuals hoping to become national or local public servants, but also those interested in decentralization reform are cordially welcome.

Lecturer: NISHI Tatsuo, Senior Fellow and Executive Director, Local Planning Division, Research Institute of Capital Formation, Development Bank of Japan

Note: There is no fee for attending this event. Registration in advance is not required of students.


Making application: By email, send (1) the name of this lecture (2) your name, (3) the name of your organization or company, and (4) your telephone number to the address noted below by Wednesday, January 18.

Venue: Center for Legal and Political Practice, Osaka University

Email:renkei-1@law.osaka-u.ac.jp

Tel: 06-6850-5173

Date: 2012-1-20 (Fri) 2:40 p.m. - 4:10 p.m.
Organizer: Osaka University Law School, Center for Legal and Political Practice
Venue: Room #402, 4th floor, Toyonaka Comprehensive Building (former Comprehensive Liberal Arts Research Building)
Registration: Registration by email is necessary.
Contact: Center for Legal and Political Practice, Osaka University Law School
renkei-1@law.osaka-u.ac.jp

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