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Women, Family and work in the Japanese Economy

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EIJS (European Insitute of Japanese Studies) is giving a new seminar on September 13 titled “Women, Family and Work in the Japanese Economy.” This seminar is, for some unknown reason, not posted on their website, nor is it on the Swedish Embassy webpage. That is unfortunate, because the theme of the seminar sounds very interesting, and with a lack of advertising it will not get as much attention as it should.

In light of recent discussions in media and on the web, e.g the TIME article entitled The Wasted Asset, this seminar is very timely. (I first found that article via Neomarxisme where there is a lively discussion on the topic as well.

Details on the EIJS seminar:

Date: September 13, 2005
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM (drinks and snacks served from 6:15 PM)
Place: Conference Square M+ Room “Success” 1st floor, Mitsubishi Building 2-5-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Three-minute walk from JR Tokyo Station, South Exit
Fee: 2000 Yen (Free for students)

For details, contact Ms. Miki Futugawa at (03) 5220-4567 or e-mail eijsjap (AT) attglobal.net

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