It is seven years since the conflict started in Syria, shocking the world community for the brutality suffered by the civilian population combined with the persistent inaction by powerful States.
* This event will be run under ‘Chatham House Rule’.
|Date：||March, 21, 2018（Wed, public holiday）16:00 – 20:30|
|Venue：||Bldg 5, Room 524, Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo|
|Lecturer：||Saleyah Ahasan (Emergency Medicine Doctor, former People’s Convoy to Syria)
Former Member of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria
Representative of UN-OHCHR Syria Office
Ai Kihara-Hunt (Associate Professor, the University of Tokyo)
|Commentator：||Kanae Doi (Japan Director, Human Rights Watch)|
|Moderator：||Icchiku Yamada (Representative, Stand with Syria Japan)|
|Language：||English/Japanese (translation will be provided for English speeches)|
|Organizers：||Graduate Program on Human Security, University of Tokyo (HSP); Stand with Syria Japan (SSJ)|
|Co-organizers：||Human Rights Watch;
Research Center for Sustainable Peace, Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), University of Tokyo