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Japan-ASEAN Symposium will be held

Actions on Sports

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In 2017, ASEAN and Japan held the First ASEAN Plus Japan Ministerial Meeting on Sports (AMMS+Japan) to foster a strong sense of resilience and building solidarity with the peoples of ASEAN region and Japan by promoting a healthy lifestyle and developing close people-to-people ties through sports. Following this High-Level commitment, Japanese Center for Research on Women in Sport (JCRWS) at Juntendo University is pleased to announce the convening of "ASEAN-JAPAN Workshop on Promoting Gender Equality in Sports", an action to promote gender equality in sports. As part of the ASEAN-Japan Actions on Sports project, this event contributes to the implementation of ASEAN-Japan cooperation in sports and ASEAN Work Plan on Sports 2021-2025.
For better outreach, JCRWS will also hold an "Open symposium ASEAN-JAPAN Gender Equality in Sports” which will be accessible to the general public on 11th August 2021. 
Open symposium ”ASEAN-JAPAN Gender Equality in Sports” outline

Date  :Wed, 11th August  10:30~13:30
Formality:Online (Zoom Webinar)
Audience: Everyone who have access to an online listening environment
Fee    : Free of charge
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Language: Japanese/English interpretation available; questions and answers will be available in the Zoom webinar chat function.

Co-organisers: ASEAN Secretariat, Japan Sports Agency
Partners:   UN Women Japan Liaison Office &  UN Women Indonesia and Liaison to ASEAN 
Implementing Agency: Japanese Center for Research on Women in Sport (JCRWS) at Juntendo University
Programmes >
Update : 2021.7.28.
Opening remarks: Dr. Koji Murofushi  (Commissioner, Japan Sports Agency)
Part1:  Women & Sports in Asia 
 ・ Why do ASEAN countries need a women's sports policy?  
        Ms. Rodora Turalde-Babaran
         (Director of Human Development Directorate, ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community Department, ASEAN Secretariat)
 ・ Historical movement in women's sports in Asia 
         Dr. Etsuko Ogasawara (Executive Director, JCRWS at Juntendo University)
 ・ The contribution of sport to SDGs Goal 5 
       Mr. Jamshed M. Kazi (Representative and Liaison to ASEAN, UN Women Indonesia)
Part2: Panel talk on the impact of women's role models
    Moderator :Ms. Aya Noguchi (Assistant Professor, Juntendo University Faculty of Health and Sports Science)
      Panelists :Dr. Guylaine Demers (Laval University)
                         Dr. Kaori Yamaguchi
         (Professor, University of Tsukuba / Bronze Medalist at Soul Olympic Games in 1988)
                         Ms. Ni Nengah Widiasih
         (Parapowerlifting Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics Indonesian National Team /
                          Bronze Medalist at Rio Paralympic Games in 2016)
Part3: Current initiatives in Japan: Mr. Kohzo Tashima (President, Japan Football Association)
Closing remarks: Ms. Kae Ishikawa (Director, UN Women Japan Liaison Office)
ASEAN-JAPAN Workshop on Promoting Gender Equality in Sports
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