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障害学国際セミナー 2020
East Asia Disability Studies Forum 2020
Webinar on COVID-19 and Persons with Disabilities in East Asia

14:00-16:30 (東京, ソウル) / 13:00-15:30 (北京,台北)
SKYPE Meet Now (Chrome/Edge)


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日時(Date and Time)

2020年7月18日(土) 14:00-16:30(東京,ソウル)/ 13:00-15:30 (北京,台北)
Saturday 18 July 2020, 14:00-16:30 (Tokyo, Seoul) / 13:00-15:30 (Beijing, Taipei)


SKYPE Meet Now (Chrome/Edge)


Organized by Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University

Co-organized by Korean Disability Studies Forum, Wuhan East Lake Institute for Social Advancement, Taiwan Association for Disability Studies, Japan Society for Disability Studies, JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 18K01981




East Asia Disability Studies Forum 2020 meets with the theme of COVID-19 and persons with disabilities in East Asia. At this Forum we discuss the implications of COVID-19 to persons with disabilities from the perspective of both ableism and new possibilities during this pandemic in East Asia, including Korea, China, Taiwan and Japan.

The Forum started in 2010 and has been meeting every year face to face, serving as the only standing forum on disability studies in East Asia. Its host has rotated among participating groups in East Asia. Last year we met in Wuhan in October. This year, Institute of Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University was going to host the Forum in Kyoto in September. But the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Forum to be postponed to 2021. As we meet on-line, the meeting language is limited to English. In order to be inclusive, the meeting languages has been Korean, Chinese and Japanese.


14:00 オープニング(Opening)

「開会挨拶」“Opening and Welcome Address” [原稿:EN]

松原 洋子(立命館大学副学長)
Matsubara Yoko (Vice-President, Ritsumeikan University)
松原洋子(Matsubara, Yoko)

「来賓挨拶」“Special Address” [原稿:EN]

石川 准 氏(国連障害者権利委員会副委員長・内閣府障害者政策委員会委員長、
Professor Ishikawa Jun (Vice-Chair, UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
/Chairperson, Commission on Disability Policy, Cabinet Office
/Professor, University of Shizuoka/Project Professor, University of Tokyo)
[External Link:University of Tokyo
石川准氏(Ishikawa, Jun)

14:10 第1セッション 韓国(Session 1 on Korea)

“The COVID-19 pandemic and persons with disabilities in Korea”[PDF]

金 基澤(韓国脊髄損傷者協会障害意識センターインストラクター)
Kim Ki Taec (Instructor, Korea Spinal Cord Injury Association education center
for Disabilities Awareness)
金基澤(Kim, Ki Taec)
In 1997, when I was a sophomore in University, I had a diving accident. Due to the accident, my cervical spine was broken so severely I became a quadriplegic. After that, I studied law in University. Since graduating from graduate school of law, I have lived independently working as an instructor at the Education Center for the awareness improvement of Disability in Seoul.

“Creating the First Global Website that consolidated COVID-19 guidelines for people with disabilities and how it works with Google to highlight disability and inclusion during a pandemic like COVID-19.”[PDF]

金 建浩(インクルーシブテクノロジーズLLC取締役社長、ハーバード大学同窓会)
Kim Kun Ho (Managing Director of Inclusive Technologies LLC, Harvard University Alumni)
金建浩(Kim, Kun Ho)
While at Harvard, Kun Ho published a wheelchair travel guidebook after completing a cross-continental road trip in the United States. The book has been positively reviewed by Harvard Magazine, Huffington Post, and Lonely Planet. Moreover, He founded Muui, a prominent social enterprise in South Korea that promotes disability advocacy. Muui is currently working with the Seoul Metropolitan government to create a wheelchair accessible subway map. He also serves as a managing director of Inclusive Technologies LLC, which consults organizations and companies to embody diversity and inclusion in various ways.

14:30 第2セッション 中国(Session 2 on China)

“The Role of Disabled Persons’ Organizations and Other Social Organizations in China during COVID-19”[PDF]

李 学会(浙江師範大学障害研究センター長)
Li Xuehui (Director of the Disability Research Center,
Zhejiang Normal University)
李学会(Li, Xuehui)
Xuehui Li earned his doctor of sociology degree from Fudan University. Dr. Li dabbled widely in the field of disability research. His past research has focused on education, employment, social support and policies for people with disabilities, focusing on the people with visual and intellectual (mainly autism) disability and their families. In recent years, he is committed to the development of databases in the field of disability research. And now, his research has focused on disability identity, gender inequality between and within the people with/ without disabilities, in addition to continuing previous research.

14:45 第3セッション 台湾(Session 3 on Taiwan)

“The impact of COVID-19 and its policy responses on disabled people in Taiwan”[PDF][原稿:EN]

林 君潔(台湾障害者自立生活連盟会長)
Lin Chun-Chieh (President of Independent living Taiwan)
林君潔(Lin, Chun-Chieh)
Chun-Chieh Lin (林君潔) had been denied for her education rights and lived in a medicalized institution for eight months when she was a child. Later, she received a law degree from National Taipei University, and then involved in independent living (IL) training of the Duskin Leadership Training Program in Japan in 2005. She was one of main founders of Taiwan IL Center and an activist of IL and PA availability for disabled people in Taiwan since 2006.

“Impact of COVID-19 on mental health: a comparison between people with and without a disability”[PDF][原稿:EN]

周 月清(国立陽明大学教授)
Chou Yueh-Ching (Professor, Institute of Health & Welfare Policy,
National Yang-Ming University)
周月清(Chou, Yueh-Ching)
Yueh-Ching Chou (周月清)is Professor in the Institute of Health and Welfare Policy at the National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan. Her recent research focuses on disabled people’s independent living, older parental carers of people with intellectual/learning disability (ID/LD), life stories of people with ID/LD, and the impact of COVID-19 and its policy responses on disabled people.

15:05 第4セッション 日本(Session 4 on Japan)

“The Covid-19 Crisis and the Experience of Polio Survivors: Life Before and After a Pandemic”[PDF][原稿:EN and JP]

大谷 いづみ(立命館大学生存学研究所副所長・立命館大学産業社会学部教授)
Otani Izumi (Vice-Director, Institute of Ars Vivendi/Professor,
College of Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University)
大谷いづみ(Otani, Izumi)

“Impact of the COVID-19 on Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities in Japan”[PDF][原稿:EN]

伊東 香純(立命館大学先端学術総合研究科院生)
Ito Kasumi (Ph.D. candidate, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences,
Ritsumeikan University)
伊東香純(Ito, Kasumi)
I'm a graduate student in Kyoto, Japan. My major is sociology and disability studies. I research on global movements of persons with psychosocial disabilities, focusing on their reasons and ways of developing solidarity despite great differences of their experiences and opinions.

15:25 質疑応答・ディスカッション(Questions and Answers and Discussions)

ファシリテーター “Facilitator”
Zhang Wanhong (Professor, Wuhan University School of Law)
張万洪(Zhang Wanhong)

16:20 クロージング(Closing)

「閉会挨拶」“Closing Address”"ReBuilding the World from COVID-19" / 「COVID-19から世界を構想する」

立岩 真也(立命館大学生存学研究所所長)
Tateiwa Shinya (Director, Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University)
立岩真也(Tateiwa, Shinya)

総合司会 “Moderator”
長瀬 修(立命館大学生存学研究所教授)
*Nagase Osamu (Professor, Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University)
is to serve as the moderator of this Webinar.
長瀬修(Nagase, Osamu)

■写真集 Photo gallery

「来賓挨拶、石川 准」

「Kim Ki Taec報告」
「Kim Kunho報告」
「季 学会報告」
「林 君潔報告」
「周 月清報告」
「大谷 いづみ報告」
「伊東 香純報告」
「立岩 真也、閉会挨拶」

■メディア Media


本セミナーは英語で行われますが、日本語の音声・手話・文字への同時通訳をZoom Proを通じて配信することにいたしました。


  1. 13:30〜 Zoom Proへの入室開始
  2. 13:55〜 配信開始、当研究所所長の立岩真也よりご挨拶
  3. 14:00〜16:30 オンラインセミナーの傍聴





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