Join us for TO TOHOKU: REBUILDING JAPAN!!!

◎ Sunday July 17  15:00- 20:00
TO TOHOKU: REBUILDING JAPAN
Info and discussions on volunteering  for relief efforts
With booths and presentations by NGO + BBQ!
Location:  U.S. Embassy Housing compound
for more information contact    yuki.takayama@temple.edu
 Please send your full name e-mail by July 12 (Wed) to get on list!

Location:  U.S. Embassy Housing compound in Minato-ku, Tokyo (Akasaka)
Sponsor and Host:  The U.S. Embassy, Tokyo - Japan Defense Attache Office
                                                                                           (involved in Humanitarian Relief efforts)
Organizers:  Wakai Project at the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies
                       Temple University Japan

What to bring:  Official ID card
The Embassy has a security check that requires everyone to show an official I.D  
     (Official I.D.:  e.g. – Driver’s license, Passport, Health Insurance card)
Registration
To sign up: Please e-mail by July 12 (Wed) to:    yuki.takayama@temple.edu 
We will need to have a name list in advance for all people who come in (we have to submit a list in  
advance, so please send us your name by July 12 to ensure they are on the guest list

Schedule
3:00pm:  Open
3:30pm:  Welcome by U.S. Embassy officials and Temple University Japan
4:00-5:00pm:  Discussion Panel by NGO leaders 
Panel Themes:    Community development issues and activities
  Youth supporting youth in Fukushima
  Psycho social support and disaster first aid
  The power of volunteers
5:30-6:00pm:  Q & A session with short presentations by participating NGOs
6:00-8:00pm:  BBQ, NGO booths, small group discussions

ADMISSION  FREE !!   (BBQ food has additional charge)

Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies: Wakai Project
Produced by the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies’ WAKAI PROJECT at Temple University, Japan Campus. WAKAI provides a forum for students to interact with cultural innovators, advance serious discussion about social issues and problems facing young people, and impact social policy and debates concerning the status of youth in Japan. The network of universities and organizations that WAKAI draws on provides academic grounding to popular culture issues, and empowers students to integrate their academic and social lives.

Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies: WAKAI PROJECT
Information: Email: tujicas@temple.edu

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