We are going to read Japanese translation of Monique Villa’s “Slaves Among Us: The Hidden World of Human Trafficking” in the five online reading sessions on July 25th through August 29th. This event will be conducted in Japanese.
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NFSJ Café #29
“Let’s Learn about New/Revised Laws on Protection of Women in Japan”
This year we have seen the passage of several laws and amendments to laws related to support and protection of women in Japan. Some of these laws were passed in response to longstanding requests by women’s support groups, while others were enacted as a result of swift action by support groups and lawmakers who shared a sense of crisis triggered by a certain event.
NFSJ staff members have conducted research on these movements, which even Japanese speakers have difficulty in understanding, and will share them with English speakers interested in this issue.
This event will be held with the hope that everyone will learn about this important legal change concerning women that has finally begun to take place in Japan, and that they will be able to support the people and organizations that are involved in this important change. Please join us even though it is a busy time at the end of the year.
《Date&Time》Mon. Dec. 26, 2022, 19:00-20:30
《Admission》 Free *Reservation required
《Reservation》Use the link below to fill in the reservation form.
We will send the Zoom link to your email address 2 hours prior to the event.
《Speakers》NFSJ Staff members
Sponsored by Not For Sale Japan, which works on issues of human trafficking and modern slavery, NFSJ Café is a casual learning experience where interested participants and NFSJ staff talk about a theme or watch a film over a cup of tea. Please feel free to join us.
Flyer download: 20221226 NFSJ Cafe #29 Flyer (E)
This is an announcement of an online book reading workshop sponsored by NFSJ.
The book is currently available only in Japanese.
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The next NFSJ Cafe will feature Ms. Brittany Quy and Ms. Elly Williams, both working for the Walk Free. They estimate that there are 40.3 million people living in modern slavery worldwide. This presentation will discuss how they measure the scale of modern slavery, what modern slavery looks like in Japan and Australia, how COVID-19 has impacted the situation, and how understanding the scale of the problem can help us work towards long-term solutions.
Walk Free is an international human rights group dedicated to accelerating the end of modern slavery in all its forms. Through a combination of direct implementation, grassroots community engagement, and working in partnership with faiths, businesses, academics, NGOs, communities, and governments around the world, they work to address modern slavery and dismantle its core drivers.
《Date&Time》January 19, 2022 (Wed.) 19:00～20:30
《Admission》 Free ＊Please make a reservation.
《Language》 Mainly English (Japanese can also be used in Q&A)
Use the link below to fill in the reservation form. We will send the Zoom link to your email address 2 hours prior to the event.
Global Slavery Index 2018 Japan Report:
The issue of human trafficking is often thought to be difficult or irrelevant to us. But in fact, it is very close to us and has a lot to do with our daily lives.
In order to make this issue more familiar to people, NFSJ has created a video featuring a college student named Takumi, with illustrations by Namura Michiyo. Please use this tool to participate in the campaign!
How to participate in the “NFSJ World Day against Trafficking in Persons Campaign 2021”
First, watch the video (8 min.50 sec.) yourself. https://youtu.be/SUXqRq6-ALE
Then, share it to other people:
Share it on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…etc.);
Whenever there is a gathering in the community, school, PTA, church, etc., watch it together; and
Show it to students and audience in the classes and lectures!
(The campaign will run from July 30 through August 31, 2021. The first goal is to get 1,000 views. The video itself will remain after that.)
*July 30th is the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, as designated by the United Nations.
YouTube video link https://youtu.be/SUXqRq6-ALE