Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Tokyo Community News - June 2006

Friday June 2, 2006, all day
Cross-Cultural Communication Seminar: Working Effectively with Japanese
Location: Shufu Kaikan, Yotsuya
Participation fee: 30,000 per person
Please contact Misako Onoda,
Japan Representative, Japan Intercultural Consulting
Phone/fax 047-389-8880
URL for event: http://www.japanintercultural.com/en/events/eventItem.aspx?event=66
URL for organization: www.japanintercultural.com
Saturday, June 3, time TBA
Tokyo Scavenger Hunt
Participation fee: ¥4,000.
For more information contact: info@tokyoscavengerhunt.com
Coordinating organization: Tokyo scavenger Hunt
Tuesday June 6, 8:00 ~ late
Location: the Pink Cow
Parties 4 Peace is a social movement started by Emilie McGlone to
bring people together through music and dance to promote Peace. Our
events support a variety of issues including sustainable development,
education, health and community building.
Entertainment!!! Funky techno beats of Dr. Shingo, Daisuke Inoue and
guests will rock the house until the crowd disappears.
Check out www.thepinkcow.com for directions. 2,500 w/ 1 free drink
All proceeds will be donated towards peace-promoting NGO's: MU-JERES
(www.mu-jeres.org), Bicycle for Everyone's Earth (www.beejapan.org)
and the PEPY ride (www.pepyride.org)
For more information, please email Emilie at parties4peace@gmail.com
Wednesday, June 7, 6:30 - 8:30
Symposium: Iran and US policy in the Middle East – Anti-terrorism
measure and the development of Anti-Islam sentiments
Chandra Mustafa, JUST
Muzidaba Sadria, Chuo University
Sohyo Kaikan, Room 402,
Access: Closest stations Ogawamachi, Awajicho, Ochanomizu and
Shin-Ochanomizu stations TELÅF03-3253-1771
Participation fee 800 yen
Sponsored by PARC and IMADR
Friday, June 9, 7:00 - 9:00
"Avoiding Humiliation - From Intercultural Communication to Global
Inter-Human Communication"

For more information visit
http://www.humiliationstudies.org/news/archives/001145.html or contact
Coordinating organization: SIETAR Japan, www.seitar.org
Sunday 18 June 2006
Benefit Concert Organized by Amnesty International
"Stop Child Labor Now!"
Doors open at 5pm for letter writing, music from 7pm, Tokyo Comedy
Store from 8pm.
Location: What the Dickens, Roob Building, 4th fl, Ebisu-Nishi,
1-13-3, Shibuya-ku.
Admission: 1,000 yen, all proceeds to Amnesty International
Have a Great Night Out and Support a Good Cause!
Saturday, June 24, 2006 10:30 am to 6:00pm, party to follow
Skills Building for Social Change 2006 - Forum 6
Forums to inform, train and empower participants into active community
Our summer forum will feature a panel discussion introducing 3 NGOs
tackling health issues. The interactive workshops in the afternoon
will focus on advocacy and NGO presentation skills.
Tickets: 3000 yen
Location and Access: Harajuku/Omotesando area
Morning: Jingumae Kumin Kaikan - Access info: http://gmap.jp/shop-1401.html
Afternoon: Onden Kumin Kaikan - Access info: http://gmap.jp/shop-1398.html
For more information visit
(Japanese http://people-for-social-changejp.blogspot.com/) or contact
Articles of note:
Racism rapporteur repeats criticism, ERIC JOHNSTON

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