31st International Symposium on Labour Issues

The 31st International Symposium on Labour Issues: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs ) & Decent Work

  • Date & Time: Thursday, 4th October 2018    14:00-17:15
  • Venue: Hosei University Ichigaya Campus  Boissonade Tower 26F Sky Hall  (2-17-1 Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku 102-8160)  MAP:  Click here        
  • Language: Japanese only
  • Application: Please send the application form through the following Form  by Wed. 26th September.
【Organized by】 International Labour Organization (ILO) Office for Japan / The Ohara Institute for Social Research, Hosei University

【Supported by】 The Japan Association for Advancement of ILO Activities / Ministry of Foreign Affair of Japan

ILO's briefing on the the 2018 International Labour Conference (ILC) will be provided, followed by government, workers’ and employers’ report on the respective efforts towards “Effective ILO development cooperation in support of the Sustainable Development Goals," the fourth item on the agenda of the ILC.
  • Ms. Akiko TAGUCHI, Director, ILO Office for Japan,
  • Mr. Eiki INOUE, Deputy Director, International Labour and Cooperation Office, International Affairs Division, Minister’s Secretariat, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
  • Mr. Ryuichi IKOTA, Assistant Director, International Division, Department of International Affairs, JTUC RENGO (Japanese Trade Union Confederation)
  • Mr. Kiyotaka MORITA, International Bureau, Keidanren
Lecture and panel discussion on the challenges of SDGs and Decent Work
  • “With a View of Global Civil Society” by Ms. Mako YOSHIMURA, Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hosei University Development and Labour in Asia
  • “The Real Situation and Issues of the Activities for Achievement SDGs in Myanmar” by Mr. Shigeru NAKAJIMA, the previous irector of the ITUC Myanmar Office / The former member of the ILO Governing Body
  • “Community Road Empowerment (International NGO) Youth in Africa play proactive roles towards SDGs:Cases in Kenya, Somalia and Gambia” by Mr. Yoshinori FUKUBAYASHI, Associate Professor, University of Miyazaki / Board member