NIC Regional Seminar 2019

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NIC Regional Seminar 2019
地域の国際化セミナー2019

 

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This seminar aims to promote awareness among the community in order to foster the development of a multicultural society where Japanese and non-Japanese work together as members of the community to create a diverse living culture. The keynote speaker will be playwright and director Oriza Hirata.

When: Sun. 17 Feb. (13:00 – 16:30)

Where: Nagoya International Center Annex Hall

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

Reservations: Via the NIC website, or contact the Exchange & Cooperation Division from Fri. 11 Jan. (from 10:00).

Phone: 052-581-5689; E-mail: seminar-vol@nic-nagoya.or.jp

NIC Regional Seminar

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