On the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, “A World without Landmine, through viewing footage” were held
As part of the Human Resource Development Program for International
Cooperation between Rikkyo, Meiji and International University of Japan
(Inter-University Collaborative Education Program), and also in
collaboration with UNIC, we have hosted an International Symposium
Collaboration on the International Day for Mine Awareness and
Assistance in Mine Action (April 4th).
Through the viewing of a documentary footages and panel
discussion, an event to raise the issues about landmine
problems were held at Rikkyo University in Ikebukuro campus.
It was titled ”A World without Landmines” through the footages”.
We have watched one scene from a short video for the purpose
to educate people how to avoid landmines. Also, a documentary
film “Wonderland” (Shunpei Shigeta, 2012) which describes the
everyday tasks of Cambodian and Japanese de-miners was
viewed, adhering with them in Cambodian minefield.
Panel discussion were conducted by the panels below,
Ms. Kaoru Nemoto, UNIC Tokyo, Director
Mr. Yasuyuki Tanigawa, Japan Mine Action Service,
Mr. Yasushi Noguchi, Arms Control and Disarmament
Ms. Yukie Osa, Rikkyo University Professor,
and AAR, President
This symposium gave us a chance to hear interesting facts
related to landmines from participated Japanese standpoints.
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