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[GSICS]Development Management Policy Seminar "Promoting Resilience in Conflict Affected States in the Middle East through School based Development"

  • August 18, 2015
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The annual Summer School of Asian Law and Dispute Management (“SALAD”) will be held at Kobe University later this month (Part 1: August 16-22 | Part 2: August 24-28).

Kobe University's Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS) will hold a Development Management Policy Seminar on “Promoting Resilience in Conflict Affected States in the Middle East through School based Development”. Everyone is welcome to participate. No registration is required.

Date
August 18 (Tuesday), 2015, from 17:00 to 18:30

Venue
Simulation Room, 6th floor, GSICS,, Kobe University

Topic
"Promoting Resilience in Conflict Affected States in the Middle East through School based Development"

Speaker
Dr. Tomomi Miyajima (Education Specialist, World Bank Headquarters)

Language
English

Sponsor
Development Management Course, GSICS, Kobe University

Co-Sponsor
Program for Careers in International Organizations, GSICS, Kobe University
CAMPUS Asia Project Secretariat, Kobe University

Contact
Dr. Keiichi Ogawa, Professor, GSICS, Kobe University
e-mail: ogawa35@kobe-u. ac.jp
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(Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies)