Events

Events

02.10.2019 | Event, News

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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26.06.2019 | News, Event

EPRIE 2019 - Overcoming the challenges posed by social media: How to make it work for social change?

EPRIE aims to share and exchange perspectives and experiences between East Asia and Europe. In 2018, we examined the challenges posed to the media…


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21.04.2019 | News, Event

C20 Summit "Promoting Peace, Human Rights and Democratic Governance through the SDG 16+"

Growing inequality, humanitarian crisis and violation of fundamental human rights threaten the international community. As conditions and space for…


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16.04.2019 | Event, News

Lecture "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Middle Powers Amidst Global Power Shifts"

Less wars, more prosperity—that is a global trend since the end of the Cold War. Yet, illiberalism is increasingly spreading, even in democratic…


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21.02.2019 | Event, News

International Conference "Coexisting with Foreigners in an Era of Mass Migration; opportunities and challenges for Europe and Japan"

Are nation states with strong ethnic identities capable of integrating large numbers of people of diverse cultures, many of whom may wish to stay and…


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19.11.2018 | Event, News

Symposium "Future of the automotive industry in Japan and Germany"

In both Germany and Japan, the automotive industry is one of the key industries. However, the sector is at a crossroads due to current developments…


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06.11.2018 | News, Event

Work Style Reform – How Can Women (and Men too) Shine? Gender Time Gap and Gender Equality in Japan and Germany

The challenges of demographic change and the demand for more participation of women in the labor force require family-friendly working conditions as a…


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02.11.2018 | Event, News

German-Japanese Symposium "Securing the rule of law"

Japan and Germany are constitutional states in which the functions, controls and limits of law and politics are governed by the constitution. Both…


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31.10.2018 | Event, News

Symposium "Journalism in the Digital Age -Promoting Democracy or Facilitating Fake News?-"

The proliferation of new media and information technologies pose great challenges on the news media industry. Nowadays, anyone with Internet access…


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18.10.2018 | Event, News

What is the "local"? Rethinking the politics of subnational territories in Japan

This symposium aims to enhance the discussion of the "local" as unit of analysis – a discussion that is vital to avoid under-complex approaches to…


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