NIC Regional Seminar 2018

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NIC Regional Seminar 2018


Child raising, youth, the aging population… There are various areas in which people work to improve the community. Combining hints from these kinds of activities with the ideas and strength of foreign residents, this year’s seminar will consider how to make this area into a better society of multicultural coexistence.
Please inform us when making your reservation if you require interpreting. (Please understand that interpreting services for your preferred language may not be available.)

When: Sun. 4 Mar. (13:00 – 16:30)

Where: Nagoya International Center Annex Hall

Admission: Free; limited to 150 places; reservations required.

Reservations: Via the form below, or contact the Exchange & Cooperation Division from Tue. 13 Feb. (from 10:00).
Phone: 052-581-5689; E-mail:



NIC Regional Seminar

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