@People build peace. PB places its emphasis on nurturing the future peacebuilders.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan commissioned gPilot Program for Human Resource Development in Asia for Peacebuildingh
@Hiroshima University re-commissioned advertisement, event planning and management component of the pilot project to PB. HPC accepted 29 program associates from Japan and other Asian countries, and organized public symposiums targeting researchers and ordinary people. After completing six-week coursework in Hiroshima, 29 program associates were dispatched to international organizations and NGOs in the field of developing countries, and successfully completed the program in March. 92 applicants applied to the 15 Japanese Program Associate posts, which illustrated high interests and needs for such a program. Out of 15 Japanese program associates, 12 of them successfully found employment in international organizations.
Cafe Paco Salon
Using Cafe Paco as a community space, PB organizes coffee houses on various topics, and PB organized two such occasions in the year 2007.
||Time and DateF July 7 ,2007 2-4pm
ThemeFTo build peace from Hiroshima and Japan
Dr. Yuji Uesugi
(HPC Program Officer/Associate Professor, Hiroshima University)
gHow to foster experts in peacebuilding field\Efforts and actual state around the worldh
Dr. Hideaki Shinoda
(HPC Director/Associate Professor, Hiroshima Universityj
@gHow to convey the reconstruction of Hiroshima and Japan after the World War to people around the worldh
Professor Kenji Isezaki
iProfessor of Tokyo University of Foreign Studiesj
gHow should Japan support peacebuilding?h
||Time and dateF October 13 ,2007 7-8:30pm
ThemeFConflicts in Africa and Agendas in the gPost-Conflicth Phase
LecturerFShinichi Takeuchi (Director, African Studies Group, Area Studies Center, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization)
Public Lectures in Other places
|Feb 23 ,2007
|| PlaceFHiroshima Jogakuin junior and senior high school
ThemeFThe present situation of fair trade
Lecturer: Ms. Chie Fuji