Events

Events

Symposium "3.11 - 5 years after Fukushima, 30 years after Chernobyl"

Five years after the nuclear power plant accidents in Fukushima and 30 years after the accidents in Chernobyl, experts and citizens will discuss the current situation in Fukushima and the future of energy politics in Germany and Japan.

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International Symposium "Germany's experience with Refugees and the Implications for Japan"

Called the worst refugee crisis since World War II, the Syrian humanitarian disaster has displaced half of the country’s total population of 22 million, and about a third of them, 4.2 million people, have fled to neighboring countries and Europe.

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International Symposium "Peace and Conflict Research in East Asia and Eastern Europe"

At the symposium, experts discussed the actual tensions and disputes in Europa and East Asia. This symposium served to deepen the network and intensify the exchange on the topic “conflict prevention”.

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The 14th Forum for "Historical Consciousness and Peace in East Asia"

70 years have passed since the Battle of Okinawa. Until today, the fight against the bases, such as Henoko, continues. On this Forum, we discuss current issues related to the position of Okinawa in East Asia.

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German-Japanese Energy Dialogue

During the visit of Matthias Bartke MP, the Japanese-German dialogue on energy policy was deepened. Dr. Bartke met with Diet Members in Tokyo and with representatives of NGOs and concerned citizens during a visit to Fukushima Prefecture.

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Exchange Program for Regional Integration in East Asia and Europe (EPRIE) - Nations and Identities -

EPRIE is a concept aiming to bring together young scholars and professionals from three Asian and three European countries, respectively. This year’s EPRIE participants have been challenged with many complex abstract ideas.

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International Symposium "The 70th Annversary of the End of World War II in Europe"

2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe and in Asia. While the process of European post-WWII reconciliation is regarded as a successful case, progress has been thorny at times and challenges remain.

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Japan-Germany Joint Symposium “The 70th Anniversary of the End of World War II – A New Prospect for Peace and Democracy in Japan and Germany”

On this symposium, politicians, diplomats, scholars and representatives of civil society in Europe and East Asia discuss a range of topics, including perspectives on reconciliation, the relation between dealing with the past and regional security, the meaning of the commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the end of the war for international relations in both world regions, as well as the state of democracy in Japan and Germany.

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Public seminar "Future of Social Democracy – from the perspective of modern political history of Japan"

Recently, the rights for workers are often neglected, the inequality in the society widens more and more, and the spirit of tolerance is in crisis.

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Dialogue Program in Berlin - Civic Diplomacy and Reconciliation in East Asia and Europe

From 9 to 12 February 2015, Yasushi Kudo of "Genron NPO", President of a an independent and not-for-profit Japanese think tank, was invited to Berlin for lectures and an intensive dialogue program with representatives of German politics, diplomacy, academia, media and civil society.

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