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Demographic change and ageing society

Demographic change and ageing society in Japan and Germany is another topic of pressing urgency shared by the two countries. In the view of declining birth rates, the “demographic time bomb” is one of the greatest challenges Japan and German social policies face today. FES Japan promotes Japanese-German dialogue in politics and civil society and supports academic exchange in this field.

Events

日独国際シンポジウム 「人口動態の変化とグローバルな人の移動」 ―求められる政策的対応とは?―

本シンポジウムでは、日独双方から本テーマに造詣の深い政治家、行政、学者・専門家等にご参加いただき、両国における現在の取り組みと課題を踏まえつつ、日独両国が本テーマにどう向かいあい、どう取り組むべきか、日独に求められる政策的対応について議論を行います。

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Conference "Migration and Demographic Challenges: New Policy Approaches in Japan and Germany"

Under a worldwide trend of growing anti-globalism and anti-refugee movements, both Japan and Germany need objective, fact-based approaches to issues surrounding immigration. By sharing the experiences in this field, Japanese and German experts and politicians will learn from each other and formulate forward-looking migration policies that can contribute to a dynamic and sustainable future.

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Reception "50 Years FES in Japan"

FES Tokyo Office celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017.

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Latest Publications

magazine "International Politics and Society"

International Politics and Society highlights global inequality and brings new perspectives on issues such as the environment, European integration, international relations, social democracy and development policy.

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オンラインジャーナル「International Politics and Society」

新たに創刊されたオンラインジャーナル「International Politics and Society」では、 世界的な格差問題を取り上げます。その他、環境、欧州統合、国際関係、社会民主主義、開発政策等のテーマを、新たな視点で取り上げています。

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50 Years FES Japan Office

The Tokyo Office of the FES was founded in 1967. In a booklet commemorating the foundation of the Tokyo Office, we look back at 50 years of activities in the field of Japanese-German dialogue on topical issues important for the two countries and global Society.

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Japan Office

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Japan

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