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Title

Europe in Crisis?

Speaker

Seiko OYAMA, Associate Professor, School of Humanities and Culture, Tokai University

Dates

7 July 2017

Venue

109, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 3-11-1 Asahi-cho,

Fuchu-shi, Tokyo Japan

Number of

Participants

(approx.)

10

Outlines

(up to 5 points)

-Refugees in the World are mainly hosted by non EU Member States

such as Turkey, Lebanon, Pakistan, Iran and Ethiopea.

-Rather than refugees, many people are internally displaced and they

 are not allowed to go back to their home lands.

-Among the EU MSs, there are imbalances of burdens born by the

MSs: Germany hosting many from Syria and not the UK, etc.

-Foreign national residents in Japan has been gradually increasing for

the past 3 years.

-Japan is facing the problem of education of foreign national children, especially from the viewpoint of language. Japan should strategically

learn lessons from the EU’s experiences as regards their integration

into local communities.

 

 

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