"Gender, Diversity and Tohoku Reconstruction: Governance Challenges and Opportunities Two Years on"
Public Talks: "Gender, Diversity and Tohoku Reconstruction: Governance Challenges and Opportunities Two Years on"
Presenters: Mari Osawa, Jackie F. Steele
To mark the second anniversary of 311, the preliminary insights of the above Report by the "Japan-Canada Interdisciplinary Research Network on Gender, Diversity and Tohoku Reconstruction" were presented in Canada at three Public Talks held in Toronto (March 4), Ottawa (March 6th) and Vancouver (March 11th). Professor Mari Osawa and Associate Professor Jackie Steele were joined by a variety of Canada-based collaborators in each city.
Japan-Canada Interdisciplinary Network on Gender, Diversity and Tohoku Reconstruction 「ジェンダー、多様性、東北復興」 日本・カナダ共同研究ネットワーク
For more details, see the website of the Japan Foundation, Toronto, the sponsor of these Public Talks: http://jftor.org/whatson/20130304Gender_311.php
To read a Japanese-language article published in the Vancouver Shinpo: