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Events

24.02.2021

Online-Symposium "Aktuelle außen- und sicherheitspolitische Herausforderungen für Japan und Deutschland"

Japan und Deutschland stehen außen- und sicherheitspolitisch vor ähnlichen Herausforderungen. Rolf Mützenich, Vorsitzender der SPD-Bundestagsfraktion…


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12.02.2021

Virtual Global Conference for a Nuclear Free, Renewable Energy Future: Ten Years Since Fukushima

Ten years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and the accident at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant. In the meantime, many countries…


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05.02.2021

Virtual Conference „Overcoming the Exotic: Central Europeans and Japanese Studying each other’s Languages and Cultures“

After the Cold War, Central Europeans took an increasing interest in Japanese culture, and student exchanges in both directions expanded. This…


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02.12.2020

Virtual Symposium „Nuclear Disarmament, Arms Control, and Non-Proliferation. German and Japanese Perspectives ahead of the NPT Review Conference“

Nuclear weapons still pose an imminent threat to mankind, and, as some experts have argued, may enter a renaissance. Ahead of the next Review…


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25.11.2020

Panel Discussion „Media freedom, populism and democratic resilience“

The Digital Age has brought new opportunities for civic expression and participation. However, Social Media also facilitates the spread of…


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28.02.2020

Symposium „Active Ageing in the Digital Age. How can Digitalization and Connectivity enhance Social Participation and Inclusion?”

Japan and Germany are confronting fast ageing populations. Supporting the social participation and inclusion of a growing number of elderly people…


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05.02.2020

Conference “Diversity and Inclusiveness: Divergent Treatment of Neglected Minorities”

How do countries in Asia and Europe deal with ethnic, religious and sexual minorities? Why, in some countries, those minorities are legally protected,…


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19.10.2019

Workshop “Remembrance – Responsibility – Reconciliation. New Challenges for Education in Germany and Japan”

With the worldwide rise of populist movements, the increase of nationalist tendencies and young people knowing less and less about recent history,…


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04.10.2019

Symposium „LegalTech: Artificial Intelligence in the legal system – benefits and risks“

Digitalization and Artificial intelligence (AI) have a fundamental impact on working processes – for legal professionals, but possibly even for the…


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02.10.2019

Workshop „Hate Speech as a School Topic – Teaching Democracy in Japan and Germany“

Hate speech has become a concerning phenomenon in our society, particularly on the internet where minorities such as immigrants or the LGBTQ community…


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