|Description：||The seminar aims at providing our students and participants insight into the current Rwandan society from the perspective of peacebuilding and reconciliation. The guest lecturer leads a reconciliation project in Rwanda with the local community, and teaches at the Protestant Institute of Arts and Social Sciences (PIASS). Based on this unique first-hand experience and insight into the society, he will analyze how far Rwanda has come on building sustainable peace and reconciliation between different groups after the civil war.
There will be questions and answers time at the end.
The seminar is open to the public. Prior registration is necessary for this seminar. Please register with firstname.lastname@example.org
|Date：||November, 14, 2017 18:45 – 20:15|
|Venue：||Bldg. 18 ,4th floor, Collaboration Room 1, Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo|
|Lecturer：||Dr. Kazuyuki Sasaki （Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Protestant Institute of Arts and Social Sciences, Rwanda）|
|Commentator：||Prof. Mitsugi Endo (Human Security Program, The University of Tokyo)|
|Moderator：||Prof. Sukehiro Hasegawa (President, Global Peacebuilding Association of Japan)|
|Materials：||To be provided at the venue.|
|Organizers：||Graduate Program on Human Security, University of Tokyo (HSP)|
|Co-organizers：||Research Center for Sustainable Peace, Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), University of Tokyo; Research Center for African Studies, Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), University of Tokyo|
|Supporters：||Global Peacebuilding Association of Japan|