World Social Science Forum 2018

Sep, 25-28, 2018 FUKUOKA, JAPAN

Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures

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Scientific Program

Invited Sessions

updated 11 May, 2018

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DAY 2 《11:00-12:30 Wednesday / 26 Sep》

(Re)Framing Security: Addressing Gender, Violence, and Resilience

International Sociological Association (ISA)

Margaret Abraham, Elisa Reis

Social Policy Development in the Age of Big Data

in partnership with INGSA

Indigenous Studies at the Crossroads of Globalization and Settler Colonialism

Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology (JASCA)

Motoji Matsuda (Chair), Yoshinobu Ota

What Does Security Mean in Asia?: Mainstream and Critical Perspectives

Japanese Political Science Association (JPSA)

Makoto Kobayashi

Building a Safer Future through Social Progress

in partnership with IPSP

DAY 3 《11:00-12:30 Thursday / 27 Sep》

‘Engaging key stakeholders in addressing biosecurity challenges: Insights from the social sciences’

in partnership with IAP

Universal Security, Multiple pathways: Critical cross-cultural perspectives on Human Security

International Union of Anthropological Science(IUAES)

Thomas Reuter

Overcoming Contemporary Global Crises based on the Relational Studies: a new approach to restore a society with equality and security

Center for Relational Studies on Global Crises, Chiba University

Keiko Sakai

Cross Country Comparison of Gender Differences in Education and Job Security among the Young

Japanese Economic Association (JEA)

Emiko Usui

Mobility, Diversity, and Human Networks: Asian Women’s Life Strategies

The Japan Sociological Society(JSS)

Noriko Ijichi

DAY 4 《11:00 -12:30 Friday / 28 Sep》

From co-designing to co-delivery of risk reduction solutions

Current Situation of Social Inclusion for Immigrants

National Committee of Japan for International Geographical Union (IGU)

Yoshitaka Ishikawa

Border Studies Today: Theoretical development and its role in the contemporary world

Kyushu University

Akihiro Iwashita

Addressing the Multidimensionality of Security to Achieve Agenda 2030

in partnership with UNESCO