|Time/date:||Tuesday, July 5, 2011. 10:35-12:10|
|Speakers:||Ms. Michal Tal (First Secretary Embassy of Israel in Japan)|
|Seating capacity:||250 people (Students who have registered for the course don't have to re-register.)|
|Application / Inquiries:||Mr. Oshiro in the
Research Office firstname.lastname@example.org
|Title||Israel\'s Multiculturalism: Current Situation and Problems|
|Abstract||The coexistence of multiple cultures is a topic which cannot be avoided in today’s society where the movement of people has become a norm. In this seminar, a diplomat from Israel, one of the world’s leading countries of multiculturalism, will be invited to discuss actual examples and problems that the country faces concerning multiculturalism.
This seminar will be held as part of the undergraduate course “Multiculturalism and Society JA”. However, as it is a significant opportunity, we would like to open the seminar to all undergraduate and graduate students interested in politics, international relations and cultural studies.
|Report:||[Event report available here.]|
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