Keihanna International Understanding Research Group
The Keihanna International Understanding Research Group conducts research and lectures on international understanding, and holds international exchange activities with the goal of creating a multicultural society. Detailed below is a summary of our activities.
Promoting education of international understanding
Promoting the sound development of young people
Promoting understanding towards the concept of a multicultural society
Supporting government efforts to assist foreign residents during natural disasters
Collaborating with others experienced in international volunteer work
Other activities necessary to achieve international understanding and exchange
“Chikyukko Lecture Series”
“Japanese Language Message Contest” (with foreign participants)
“International Exchange Through Sports”
“From Seika Town to the World JICA Overseas Cooperation Volunteer Seminar”
Guest Speaker Lectures
Higashi Hikari Elementary School Manabi no Jikan: "Greetings and Games from around the Globe"
Seika Junior High School: Human Rights of Children around the World
Date: 3rd Sunday of every month 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Place: Seika Global Net Office (near AL PLAZA Kizu)
If you are interested in topics such as international understanding, community development, and international exchange, and would like to have a great time planning workshops and events, feel free to join us!
Please contact us at any time if you are interested. We look forward to hearing from you!
For more details about our activities, such as time and place, please contact us.