Ars Vivendi E-mail Magazine No.142 (November 15, 2015)
We, Research Center for Ars Vivendi, would like to let you know the
following three news.
1) We have been enriching the contents of surrogate mothers /
2) We have made an English-version book page of Always Smile
Whatever Unreasonable Behaviors May Happen: Labor of Dispatched
Event Companions Hired By-the-Day who Sell Cellular Phones.
3) East Asia Disability Studies Forum 2015 (Former Name: Korea Japan
Disability Studies Forum) will be held in Beijing
on November 30. Let us introduce a message of Osamu Nagase,
Visiting Professor of our Center.
East Asia Disability Studies Forum 2015 is meeting in Beijing on
30 November 2015. I wish to draw your particular attention to the
fact that it is meeting in Beijing.
In October 2013, representatives from CSOs and DPOs from China made
presentations at "Seminar on China and Disability ? CRPD and Civil
Society" organized by the Research Center for Ars Vivendi and my
research project on the CRPD implementation, when we discussed
possibilities of future collaboration and identified Korea Japan
Disability Studies Forum. Our Korean counterparts welcomed Chinese
Thus, the Forum 2014 in Seoul had civil society representatives
from China, who were impressed and offered to host the Forum 2015
in China. Our hosts are One Plus One, DPO, as well as Handicap
International, headquartered in France and Belgium.
Though I feel some concern about the democratic space over there, I
do look forward to meeting and having discussions with our Chinese
civil society friends, of course in addition to our Korean
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We are eager to promote collaborative research projects with
disabled patients' advocacy groups, non-profit organizations, as
well as domestic and international researchers.
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