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【APPLICATION CLOSED】(For International Students enrolled at a UNIV.in Hiroshima) "The 4th Hiroshima Junior International Forum" Call for Participation

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This forum will be the fourth held, participants will learn the realities of radiation exposure, listen to an atomic bombing survivor’s testimony and tour places such as the peace memorial museum and have a discussion about world peace and will announce the result as the “Hiroshima Declaration”.

Come and join our event to exchange opinions with youth from overseas, make new friends and further mutual understanding, and spread a message of peace around the world! 

 ※ Free to participate.
    
You need to apply and be selected to participate

    (Please see the following details)

Application was closed.

Outline

 (1) Role of international students
  ・Convey the attractiveness of Hiroshima (incl. study environment) to high school participants from overseas toward promoting study abroad to universities within Hiroshima Prefecture.
  ・Perform the role of facilitator and timekeeper during the discussions.
  ・Disseminate information through SNS in the same manner as the high school students.

 (2) Sponsor:                     Hiroshima Prefectural Government

 (3) Dates:                         August 20 (Tue) to 23 (Fri), 2019

 (4) Location:                     International Conference Center Hiroshima
                                 (1-5 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Pref.)

 (5) Theme:                       What can we do to bring about international peace?
                                                (Initiatives for the abolition of nuclear
                                       weapons, reconstruction and peacebuilding)

 (6) Schedule (tentative):

Date

Program Details

August 20 (Tue)

Orientation, tour of Peace Memorial Museum, visit the Cenotaph,
hear a lecture from an atomic bombing survivor

Keynote speech, Workshop “Teambuilding,” Group discussion,
Welcome reception

August 21 (Wed)

Group discussion

August 22 (Thu)

Tour of Hiroshima Prefecture (Miyajima)

Summary of Group Discussion and Draft Declaration

August 23 (Fri)

Preparation for the Debriefing Session and Declaration

Debriefing Session and Present Hiroshima Declaration
* Open to the general public

(with simultaneous Japanese & English interpretation)

(7) Number of participants:

・International students enrolled at a university* in Hiroshima:              15 people
*University includes: universities, junior colleges, technical colleges, Japanese language schools, and vocational schools
*We will give priority to the following countries which have many students studying abroad at universities within Hiroshima, namely

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Peru, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, USA, Vietnam

(Reference) Other participants
・High school students from Hiroshima:                     45 people
・Foreign high school students from overseas and within Japan         40 people

[Countries (or Regions) invited to participate]

Category Details

Quota

Countries (Regions)

From
overseas

・Invitations to places with friendship agreements

(3)

Sichuan, China; Hawaii, USA; Guanajuato, Mexico

・Invitations to overseas Kenjinkai

(1)

Bolivia

・Invitations to countries/regions with high numbers of international students from highest to lowest. *Not including China, America, and Guanajuato due to their friendship agreements.

(16)

Vietnam, Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, Cambodia, Afghanistan, India,  Philippines, Mongolia, Laos, Sri Lanka

From
Japan

(20)

Other than the countries above

*Data on the number of international students is according to a study on international student university enrollment by the Japan Student Services Organization of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
*Applications from Hawaii(USA) and Peru shall be limited to Hiroshima Kenjinkai members.
*Applicants from Sichuan and Guanajuato shall be limited to those recommended by each government.

  (8) Participation fees: Free

  (9) Costs covered by sponsor:

     ・Transit from home to venue
     ・Lodging in Hiroshima City: 3 nights (August 20-22) 
       *Only for members requiring accommodation    
     ・The following costs will be covered during the program:
        Meetings, documents, tours (admission fees, charter bus costs, etc.), Welcome reception,
Meals during the program
       *The cost of various fees will be calculated by the Hiroshima Prefectural Government.

Application

 (1) Application period:   Applications must be received by August 2 (Friday), 2019.*
                                                                                                (Application was closed.)
      

 (2) Requirements for application:
    
・International students enrolled at a university* in Hiroshima      
       *
University includes: universities, junior colleges, technical colleges, 
        Japanese language schools, and vocational schools    

     ・Talk about the attractiveness and study environment of Hiroshima to high school participants from overseas.
     ・Be highly interested in realizing international peace (the abolition of nuclear weapons)
     ・Actively participate in English discussions as a facilitator / timer
     ・Join in group activities according to the program
     ・Must attend the entire program, unless there are unavoidable circumstances
     ・Be highly motivated to make use of the experiences of this program to participate in international
       exchanges and local activities

   (3) How to apply:

   ・The application form must be submitted to the address below. (Application may be submitted via postal mail or e-mail.)
   * Please contact us at the address below as soon as possible if there are any changes to your application.

    *E-mail Address: h-jif@pref.hiroshima.jp

   ・You can download the application form from the Hiroshima Prefectural Government’s website.
   * The office will carefully manage any personal information submitted, and will use such information only within the objectives of this program.

Selection process:

 (1) Selection of participants:
   After an examination of the application documents, participants will be chosen. One participant from each country/region will be selected. The results of the selection will be sent to all applicants.

 (2) Revocation of participant status:
   Even after being selected, if a chosen participant at any time performs an action unbecoming of a participant or if a serious health issue arises, his/her status as a participant may be revoked.

Program participation details and Application Form

Program Participation Details (for international students enrolled at a university in Hiroshima) (PDFファイル)(586KB)
Application form (for international students enrolled at a university in Hiroshima) (Wordファイル)(30KB)
Application form (for international students enrolled at a university in Hiroshima) (PDFファイル)(133KB)

Contact

 International Affairs Division, Hiroshima Prefectural Government

 10-52 Motomachi, Nakaku, Hiroshima city, Hiroshima prefecture, 730-8511, Japan

 E-mail: h-jif@pref.hiroshima.jp TEL: +81-82-513-2361 FAX: +81-82-228-1614

 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hjif2016

 

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