ICU Rotary Peace Seminar
The Disturbing Reality of
Human Trafficking in Japan
Did you know that human-trafficking/modern-slavery exists in Japan? Japan is actually sharply criticized by both the civil sector and the international community that human trafficking is not only widespread here, but also needs much more general/governmental attention and efforts to solve it. Come and find out the issues in this matter and what we can do to eradicate this evil phenomena.
Date & Time: January 16 (Tue.) 2018 14:00〜15:30
Venue: H-106, the 1st floor of ICU University Hall, International Christian University
Speaker: Mariko Yamaoka Director, Not For Sale Japan
Reservation: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Not For Sale Japan (NFSJ)
NFSJ is the Japan chapter of the California-based charity, Not For Sale. It was started in 2011 by Mariko after she translated David Batstone’s Not For Sale into Japanese. NFSJ mainly focuses on awareness raising by giving lecture, film screening, etc. It is a member of, and actively participating in, the two national networks: Japan Network Against Trafficking In Persons (JNATIP) and Citizens’ Network to Build a Sustainable Society through Responsible Consumption (SSRC).
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