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NFSJ Café #15
Screening of “The Price of Free”
Featuring Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi On His Life-Long Mission To End Child Labor and Trafficking
◆Date & Time: Thursday, March 7, 2019
19:00～21:00（Doors open at 18:45）
◆Place: Musashino Place 3rd floor “Space E”
2-3-18, Kyonan-cho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo
(1 min. walk from the South Exit of JR Musashi-Sakai Station)
◆Admission: Free (Max.20)
or indicate your will of participation on the Facebook Event Page
◆Sponsored by: Not For Sale Japan(NFSJ)
Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi, a laureate of Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 along with Malala Yousafzai, has been rescuing children from child labor. Child labor is not just children working, but often is slavery or human trafficking with confinement, violence and threat, forcing children to work for long hours with almost no pay.
Let us learn by watching the movie how and why Kailash started and continues his activities, as well as the reality of child labor and the people who rescue and rehabilitate the victims.
NFSJ Café, sponsored by the anti-trafficking non-profit Not For Sale Japan is a casual learning opportunity with tea and snacks to hear or watch movies on related issues. Come and join us!
【”The Price of Free” USA/2018/directed by Derek Doneen/1hr.32min./Subtitled in Japanese & English】
NFSJ will invite Dr. Junpei Yamamura as a guest speaker for the seminar “Your Foreign Neighbor May be a Modern-Day Slave”..
Dr. Yamamura works for a clinic in Yokohama while helping out trafficked and/or exploited foreign workers in Japan. We will hear about the immigrants to Japan who have suffered from such hardships and also hear about the new Immigration Control Act and its points of concern.
The seminar will be conducted in Japanese. Sorry, no translation will be provided.
Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019, 15:20~17:10 (Doors open at 15:10)
Seminar Room 6, 4th floor, JICA Yokohama
Admission Free (but you are required to pay admission for the Yokohama International Forum.)
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NFSJ Café No. 14
“Through a Legal Lens:
The Case of Prajwala, an Anti-Trafficking Organization in India”
◆Speaker: Saloni Lakhia
◆Date & Time: Friday, December 21, 2018
◆Place：Musashino Place 3rd Floor “Space E”
2-3-18, Kyonancho, Musashino, Tokyo
(1 min. walk from JR Musashi-sakai station)
India’s journey against all forms of exploitation including Human Trafficking has been long arduous but substantial. Right from creating powerful laws to building social institutions and empowering the culture – India has had its successes and failure.
It took a dedicated and committed woman like Sunitha Krishnan who herself is a sexual assault survivor, to dwell into the deeper and finer aspects of the implementation of the law, policies, schemes, and procedures and show a mirror to the society.
Come learn how one woman fought a rigid system through her organization Prajwala to create enabling procedures through legal activism. We shall discuss the organization’s work and use their court case as an example to understand how they created a ripple effect of change across the Nation.
◆The event will be conducted in English.
◆Sponsored by: Not For Sale Japan
◆About the speaker:
Saloni Lakhia is a Rotary Peace Fellow and an MA candidate in Public Policy and Social Research at the International Christian University, Tokyo. She holds a Bachelor’s in Law from Government Law College, India.
She has worked with many nonprofit and state government institutions in India helping create gender-specific policies and legal reforms as well as written socio-legal handbooks focusing on crimes against women and children. Primarily, her work has been focused on securing protection and rehabilitation for survivors of human trafficking, sexual assault and domestic violence in Maharashtra.
When not working, she spends her time as a freelance literary and content editor, with published books from HarperCollins and Penguin Random House India.
(NFSJ Cafe is a casual learning opportunity on a topic related to human trafficking with a guest speaker. Coffee, tea, and snack will be served.)
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The fine documentary “Nefarious: Merchant of Souls” will be screened at the International Girls Day Event sponsored by Katsushika ward on Saturday, October 20, 14:00-16:30.
This film depicts the reality of sex trafficking around the world and NFSJ has shown it 37 times during the 4 years 2013-2016. It’s a very rare opportunity now to see it on screen, so don’t miss it!
(The lecture by Mariko Yamaoka will be given in Japanese. The film is in English with Japanese subtitles.)
Saturday, October 20, 14:00-16:30
Katsushika-ku Women’s Pal (Gender Equality Center)
RSVP by October 11
【For detail (Japanese)】
Please contact NFSJ if you need assistance for reservation:
NFSJ Café No. 13
“A Glimpse into Korea’s Domestic and International Human Trafficking Issues”
5-7-7, Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
(3 min. walk from A1 exit of Omote-sando station)
Japan Network Against Trafficking In Persons (JNATIP), where NFSJ plays an important role as a core member, will co-host a seminar with Sophia University Institute of Global Concerns on July 11 : “Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery in Japan —Looking Ahead to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games—“
The program will include presentations from the frontline (SMJ, Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan, Lighthouse, and ECPAT) and also from the private sector: Yahoo and Adidas. The seminar will be held in the University Library Building Conference Room 911 at 18:30-20:30 on Wednesday, July 11. The seminar will be conducted in Japanese language. For reservation, please fill in the form: https://goo.gl/forms/cgeXkFI4RB2wdTyF2
NFSJ Cafe no.11 “Sierra Leone: Seeking for Peaceful Diamond”
Have you ever heard about Sierra Leone in West Africa? It is one of the most short-lived countries in the world: the average life expectancy being 49 yrs old for men &51 yrs old for women, due to the fierce decade-long civil war in 1990s and the outbreaks of Ebola* and other infections. The country was democratized 10 years ago and is now in the process of restoration, utilizing its rich mineral resources including diamond. (*WHO declared the end of Ebola transmission in 2016.)
Our guest speaker, Mr. Joseph Smith from Sierra Leone, is a Rotary Peace Fellow now studying in the graduate school at ICU.
As the film “Blood Diamond”, set in the civil war period, depicts, mineral resources can cause furious conflicts, exploitation, and human trafficking. Mr. Smith who has been fighting for the miners’ working conditions and human rights will frankly speak about the current situation of the nation, along with its history and general information.
This is a casual café-style gathering. Let’s enjoy chatting with drinks after the presentation.
Date & Time: Friday, May 18, 2018
Place：Musashino Place 3rd Floor “Space C”
2-3-18, Kyonancho, Musashino, Tokyo
(1 min. walk from JR Musashi-sakai station)
Max capacity: 20 people (RSVP required)
The event will be conducted in English.
Sponsored by: Not For Sale Japan
(Cover photo: © Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital city,
West Africa. Chris Jackson/Getty Images)