国際会議「東アジアにおける国連平和活動」

3回目の開催となるフォーラム「東アジアにおける国連平和活動」では、変化しつつある平和活動の目的について考えるとともに、国連およびモンゴル、韓国、中国、日本のアジア4カ国が取るべきアプローチについて議論します。各国のパネリストにより、政府の政策と方針、および軍隊、警察、文官の各分野での活動が紹介され、任務実行に際しての市民の保護について彼らの経験から学びます。

Photo: FES Japan

日時:2018年4月20日(金)14:00~17:30(13:30開場)

会場:国連大学 エリザベス・ローズ国際会議場(5階)

(東京都渋谷区神宮前5-53-70)

言語:英語(通訳無し)

 

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メールアドレス:office(at)fes-japan.org  ※ (at) は @ に置き換えて下さい。

 

入場無料

 

主催: フリードリヒ・エーベルト財団(FES)、国連システム学術評議会(ACUNS)

 

 

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Japan Office

7-5-56 Akasaka
Minato-ku
Tokyo, 107-0052
Japan

+03 6277-7551
+03 3588-6035

office(at)fes-japan.org

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