筑波大学デジタルデモクラシーと
政治的不平等(DDPI)プロジェクト

筑波大学デジタルデモクラシーと
政治的不平等(DDPI)プロジェクト

ご挨拶GREETING

[The 21st DDPI Seminar “Community and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights to Natural Resources: Thinking in terms of Commons and Ownership Theory” by Prof. Makoto Inoue (Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University) is now available.

On November 5, Associate Professor Hidehiro Yamamoto gave a lecture titled “Japan’s Democracy under the Digital and Green Transformation” at the Korean Association for Critical Sociology Conference in Seoul, Korea. Associate Professor Hidehiro Yamamoto gave a lecture titled “Japan’s Democracy under the Digital and Green Transformation. He discussed the progress of digital and green transformation in Japan and the interrelationship between the state and social relations.

The International Association of Universities General Assembly was held in Dublin, Ireland, October 25-28, and Prof. Norio Kaiogo gave a lecture. The title was “Digital Transformation: Tsukuba SDGs and Innovation on Social Media,” and he discussed how to bridge the results of academic research to the society, taking up a project conducted in collaboration with Tsukuba City as an example. The project is being carried out in collaboration with Tsukuba City as an example.

A video of the seminar “Employment reforms and social inequality in Japan: the institutional inertia of industrial citizenship” by Professor Imai of Sophia University on September 5 is now available.

Please click on the link below to watch the video.

*Please refrain from secondary use of this video.
*The video will only be available for a limited period of time (one month after release).

On October 28, 2022, the 4th Industry-Academia Collaboration Symposium will be held under the theme of “Advanced Technologies in Tsukuba that will Change the World in 10 Years” and Dr. Hajime Akiyama, a member of this project, will participate in a poster presentation.

Date and time: Friday, October 28, 2022, 10:50-17:00
Method: Real time
Venue: Conference Square M-Plus
    (Mitsubishi Building 10F, 2-5-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Admission: Free

For more details, please click the link below.

https://www.sanrenhonbu.tsukuba.ac.jp/sanrensympo2022/

We participated in TGSW2022, which took place from Monday, September 26 to Friday, September 30, 2022.

The DDPI project organized an online session on the theme “Gender Inequality and Social Actions” on the first day, 26th.

The activities of the conference are currently being introduced on the website of the International Association of Universities (IAU) at the UNESCO headquarters.

https://www.iau-hesd.net/actions/5712/webinar-gender-inequality-and-social-action

A video of the day’s seminar is also available.
If you are interested, please click the link below to watch the video.

 

*Please refrain from secondary use of this video.
*The video will only be available for a limited period of time (one month after release).

Tsukuba Global Science Week (TGSW) is an international symposium hosted by the University of Tsukuba that welcomes presenters from around the world in a variety of fields.
The 12th TGSW2022 will be held from September 26 (Monday) to 30 (Friday), 2022.

The DDPI project will participate in TGSW2022 on September 26 under the theme “Inequality and Social Activism around Women”.
The session will take place in an online format.

Inequality among women is still a serious problem that needs to be solved not only in developing countries but also in developed countries. This session will focus on various inequalities in the labor field and working styles, and discuss ways to achieve gender equality through social activities.

If you are interested in attending, please register at the TGSW2022 official website.
If you have any questions, please contact DDPI@japan.tsukuba.ac.jp.

TGSW2022 Session №5-5 “Gender Inequality and Social Actions”
Date & Time Monday, September 26, 2022, 19:00-21:00
Location online
Reporter

Daniela Bolzani (Senior Assistant Professor in management at the University of Bologna.
Rosemary Soliman Dawood(Assistant Professor in Faculty of Literature and Arts of Cairo University)
Mijin KimAssociate Professor in the Department of International Relations at Daito Bunka University

Participation Fee free
How to apply If you wish to participate, please register on the official TGSW2022 website.
(Registration will begin in late August)
Contact us DDPI@japan.tsukuba.ac.jp

 

Tsukuba Global Science Week (TGSW) is an international symposium hosted by our university that welcomes speakers from various fields around the world.
The 12th “TGSW2022” will be held from September 26th (Monday) to 30th (Friday), 2022 in an online format and a hybrid format of onsite and online at the Tsukuba International Congress Center. is.

The DDPI Project will join TGSW2022 with the theme “Inequality and Social Activism around Women”.
Sessions will be conducted in an online format.

Inequality among women is a serious problem that still needs to be solved not only in developing countries but also in developed countries. In this session, we will focus on various inequalities in the field of labor and working styles, and discuss ways to achieve gender equality through social activities.

For more information, please visit the official TGSW2022 website.

TGSW2022 Session №5-5 “Inequality and Social Activities Concerning Women”
Date & Time Monday, September 26, 2022, 19:00-21:00
Location online
Reporter

Daniela Bolzani (Senior Assistant Professor in management at the University of Bologna.
Rosemary Soliman Dawood(Assistant Professor in Faculty of Literature and Arts of Cairo University)
Mijin KimAssociate Professor in the Department of International Relations at Daito Bunka University

Participation Fee free
How to apply If you wish to participate, please register on the official TGSW2022 website.
(Registration will begin in late August)
Contact us DDPI@japan.tsukuba.ac.jp

On Thursday, July 7, 2022, we invited Dr. Naomi Kondo, a social epidemiologist, to give a lecture titled “Redressing Health Disparities by Countermeasures against Loneliness & Isolation : From Social Epidemiologic View”.

This time, as an expanded lecture, it was held in face-to-face session after taking precautions against infectious diseases. Dr. Kondo, who has been tackling the issue of health disparities from various viewpoints from the approach of social epidemiology based on the concept of “healthy community planning,” provided a very fruitful talk based on his research experience, and participants asked various questions and engaged in a lively discussion.

The DDPI project will continue to hold a series of seminars on policy solutions to disparities and inequalities, and the potential of digital technology (digital democracy) for such solutions. We would appreciate your cooperation in filling out the questionnaire. Please access the following URL (created with Google Form) and let us know your frank opinions and requests.

Please note that the responses to this survey will be processed statistically and no personally identifiable information will be disclosed.
We appreciate your cooperation.

https://tinyurl.com/msh3pb9r

 

 

On Tuesday, June 28, 2022, DDPI invited Professor Daniel Aldrich (Northeastern University) and Keiko Iwasaki Ph.D.,  (NLI Research Institute) to brainstorm and explore potential research collaboration opportunities. This was the first face-to-face research meeting in several years.

Associate Professor Yamamoto (DDPI leader) and Assistant Professor Okura (IPP, Tsukuba) participated from the meeting, with the support of Junior Researcher Tagawa (IAJS, Tsukuba) and Ms. Miao (PhD student, Yamamoto Lab). On the meeting, Yamamoto-sensei provided an overview of this project, with Aldrich-sensei’s & Iwasaki-sensei’s intelligent view, so all partcipants had a meaningful exchange opportunity to gain a great deal of insight into the direction of future collaborative research, as well as a lively exchange of ideas on how to “collaborate with tech companies” ro how to “promote research using open data existed”.

DDPI would like to take this opportunity to grateful appreciate for Aldrich-sensei and Iwasaki-sensei.

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