NFSJ Cafe #10 on Roma (Gypsy) people in Greece

Our last event of the year, the tenth NFSJ Café, will be held on December 19th.

A senior student Ms. Kiwa Tashiro of Tokyo Women’s Christian University will talk about her research on “Roma (Gypsy) people in Greece”.   Most of Romani people are traditionally stateless and they are assumed to be vulnerable to human trafficking.

Date: Tuesday December 19

Time: 7pm-8:30pm  (doors open 6:45pm)

Place: Musashino Place 3rd floor Space E

Language: Japanese

Talk will be given in Japanese but Ms Tashiro must be fluent in both English and Japanese since she studied in the US and Greece.

If you are interested, please join us!

Since the room can hold only 15-20 people, please Contact us for reservation.