CSW60 “Women’s Rights under Armed Conflict – Japan’s Approach to Respect Women ” 2016.3.24

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CSW60 Parallel Event

Women’s Rights under Armed Conflict
– Japan’s Approach to Respect Women -

The Church Center for the United Nations
12:30pm to 14:00pm,   24th of March, 2016

PROGRAM

*Click the number and title to read the text of each presentation.

Chairperson :  Ms. Shizuko Culpepper

1. Opening Remarks
Yumiko Yamamoto ( Japanese Women for Justice and Peace )

2-1. Message from UK

2-2. Message from Australia

3. “ International War Against Japan: In Search of Winning Strategies ”
Ms. Sharon Isac

4. “ Comfort Women Not Sex Slaves ”
Dr. Koichi Mera ( Global Alliance for Historical Truth )

5. “ Time to move on ”
Ms. Mieko Greene

6. “ Weaponizing the Comfort Woman Issue: Time to Turn the Page ”
Ms. Charlotte Meyer

7. “ Resurrection of Justice ”
Ms. Kaoli Koyasu ( Japan Mahoroba Support )

8. Closing Remarks
Ms. Shizuko Culpepper

Mr. Tony Marano (youtube video)
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Sponsors
- Japanese Women for Justice and Peace
- Alliance for Truth about Comfort Women
- Grass Roots Actions for Peace and Justice in Japan
- Researchers of history on Modern Japan

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One thought on “CSW60 “Women’s Rights under Armed Conflict – Japan’s Approach to Respect Women ” 2016.3.24

  1. Hosting says:

    Discussion guide for the Commission on the Status of Women ministerial segment on the priority theme. Release of women and children taken hostage, including those subsequently imprisoned, in armed conflicts.


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