The Political Situation in South and North Sudan
|Speaker(s)||Yoshiko Kurita, Mohammed Abdin, Akira Okazaki, Eri Hashimoto, Hideyo Kurimoto|
from 14:00 to 19:00
|Where||Multimedia Lecture Room, Room 3405, 4th floor, Mercury Tower, East Campus, Hitotsubashi University, Kunitachi, Tokyo|
Center for the Study of Peace and Reconciliation
|Contact Name||Akira Okazaki|
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Panelists and topics:
- Yoshiko Kurita (Chiba University)
- "What does the future hold for North Sudan?"
- Mohammed Abdin (PhD Candidate, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
- "What people are saying in the teashops of Khartoum"
- Akira Okazaki (Hitotsubashi University)
- "The plight of marginalized people and their importance to the future of South and North Sudan"
- Eri Hashimoto (PhD Candidate, Hitotsubashi University)
- "Are the governments, the UN and the prophets resolving conflicts or causing conflicts?"
- Hideo Kurimoto (Osaka University)
- "What does the future hold for South Sudan?"
Following the discussion there will be a screening of video footage recently shot in Sudan by Akira Okazaki.
All are welcome, but should register their participation beforehand with Akira Okazaki (firstname.lastname@example.org).