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NGO Report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Submitted by Japan NGO Coalition against Racial Discrimination Series No.4 The Circumstance of Korean Schools in Japan

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3. The Circumstance of Korean Schools in Japan (1) Relevant recommendations and statements of the Government report - Paragraph 19 of the concluding observations (CERD/C/JPN/CO/7-9) - Paragraphs 170~175 of the Government report (CERD/C/J…
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NGO Report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Submitted by Japan NGO Coalition against Racial Discrimination Series No.3 The Circumstance of the Ainu People

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- 10 - 2. The Circumstance of the Ainu People (1) Relevant Recommendations of the Committee and statements of the Government Report - Paragraph 20 and 24 of the concluding observations (CERD/C/JPN/CO/7-9) - Paragraph 17-33 and Paragrap…
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NGO Report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Submitted by Japan NGO Coalition against Racial Discrimination Series No.2 The Circumstance of the Ryukyu / Okinawa

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- 6 - 1. The Circumstance of the Ryukyu / Okinawa (1) Relevant Recommendations of the Committee, and statements of the Government Report -Paragraph 21 of the concluding observations (CERD/C/JPN/CO/7-9) -Paragraphs 34, 35 and 36 of the …
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NGO Report to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Submitted by Japan NGO Coalition against Racial Discrimination Series No.1 Outline

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- 1 - Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) 96th session (6 – 30 August, 2018) Japan NGO Report in relation to the tenth to eleventh periodic reports of JAPAN July 14, 2018 Japan NGO Coalition against Racial…
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Open Letter to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the Universal Periodical Review Working Group for Japan in November 2017

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December 19, 2017 Open Letter to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the Universal Periodical Review Working Group for Japan in November 2017 Your Highness Prince Zeid bin Ra’ad al-Hussein, (cc Dear Mr.…
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Statement concerning the decision of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register on “Documentation on ‘Comfort Women’ and Japanese Army discipline”

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Oct. 31, 2017 Statement concerning the decision of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register on “Documentation on ‘Comfort Women’ and Japanese Army discipline” ----United Nations mark a great turning point on the Comfort…
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Statement of Protest Concerning the Rejection of our Tibet-Tongzhou Joint Nomination to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register

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1 Statement of Protest Concerning the Rejection of our Tibet-Tongzhou Joint Nomination to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register Fund for Archives of the Tongzhou Massacre October 31, 2017 (1.) On October 30, UNESCO (United Nations Edu…
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Usando Was Not Takeshima:An Analysis of the Newly Discovered Reproduction of Kim Jeong-ho’s Map of the Great East Land

By SHIMOJO Masao,

Usando Was Not Takeshima: An Analysis of the Newly Discovered Reproduction of Kim Jeong-ho's Map of the Great East Land By Shimojo Masao, Professor at Takushoku University On August 2, 2017, the online edition of South Korea's Yonhap N…
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The Buildup to the ‘Greater East Asian War’ from the Japanese Perspective

By Aldric Hama,

Volume 42, Number 1, Spring 2017 81 The Buildup to the ‘Greater East Asian War’ from the Japanese Perspective Aldric Hama1* Hamamatsu, Japan2† With the present situation in the Far East the reverse of what it was in the first p…
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The historical significance of President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima-The U.S. freed from the spell of the atomic bomb

By SUGIHARA Seishiro,

The historical significance of President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima—The U.S. freed from the spell of the atomic bomb By Seishiro Sugihara, Former Professor at Josai University Translated by Norman Hu The Society for the Disseminati…
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