広島平和研究所

Public Lecture Series 2013 (1st semester)

Human Rights and Peace in Japan

 

The Hiroshima Peace Institute held a public lecture series entitled “Human Rights and Peace in Japan,” consisting of five lectures at the Hiroshima City Plaza for Town Development through Citizen Exchange from May 24 to June 21, 2013.


For details of the present Lecture Series, please click the following link: article in Newsletter Vol. 16 No. 2

 


 

May 24
“An Examination of the Principle of Separation of Government and Religion and the Controversies surrounding Yasukuni Shrine”
Akihiro Kawakami, Assistant Professor, Hiroshima Peace Institute, Hiroshima City University


May 31
“The Right to Live in Peace and the Constitution of Japan”
Takeshi Kobayashi, Visiting Professor, Okinawa University

 

June 7
“The Principle of Popular Sovereignty and Civil Rights in Japan”
Hiroshi Kamiwaki, Professor, Kobe Gakuin University

 

June 14

“The Right to Live in Peace in Article 9 and 25 of the Constitution in Japan”

Atsumi Ninomiya, Professor Emeritus, Kobe University

 

June 21

“Education as a Human Right”

Teruhisa Horio, Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo

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