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障害学国際セミナー 2023
East Asia Disability Studies Forum 2023

2023年10月27日(金)28日(土)
27 and 28 October 2023


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1. Forum Overview


Theme: Universal Access in Information Society (CRPD article 9 accessibility)
Subtitle: Persons with Disabilities and Revolution of Information Accessibility

Topics by session
1) Environment: Information access environment of the library (including physical access, media conversion of collection materials)
2) Policy: Accessibility and related policies of broadcasting and media
3) Education and digital divide: Accessibility of devices (including Internet, ICT, IoT...)
4) People with developmental disabilities and alternative access to information (including easy read)

◦ Date: From Oct 27th (Fri) 2023, AM 09:30 to Oct 28th (Sat) 2023, PM 4:00
◦ Location: E_room Hall, E_room center (22 Uisadang-daero, Yeongdeungpo-gu)
◦ Host: Korean Society for Disability Studies

2. Schedule

Oct 26th(Thur)

18:00-20:00

◾︎Welcome Dinner
Location: Lotte City Hotel Mapo: Restaurant(Maru)
https://www.lottehotel.com/mapo-city/en.html
https://www.lottehotel.com/mapo-city/en/dining/restaurant-naru.html
Oct 27th (Fri)

09:30-0:00

Location: Yeouido Ilum Center
https://www.koddi.or.kr/eng/greeting.jhtml
◾︎Opening Ceremony
- Dongsuk Lee(President, Korean Society for Disability Studies)
- Jongphil Won(Director General, National Library for the Disabled)
◾︎Memorial Time
- Screening of memorial video in memory of Tateiwa Shinya
(Heekyong Chong, Prof. of Gwangju university)


10:00-10:40

◾︎Keynote Speech 1:
•The meaning of Article 9 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons of Disabilities
- Won-Hee Cho (President of D’LIGHT Law Group)


10:45-11:30

◾︎Keynote Speech 2:
•The meaning and Challenges of Right to Information Access (tentative title)
- Bo-Sung Jang(Public Official, National Library for the Disabled)


11:30-13:30

Lunch & Poster session


13:30-15:30

◾︎First Session
◻︎Theme: Environment: Information access environment of the library (including physical access, media conversion of collection materials)
•Conference chairperson: Young-Il Kim (President of Korea Blind Union, Professor, Dep. of Special Education, Chosun Univ.)
◻︎Presenter:
•Korea: Information access environment in libraries: Changes in the access environment for library materials
- KyungA Shin(National Library for the Disabled)
•Japan: How to make e-books more accessible? : the National Diet Library, Japan's current initiatives.
- Kaname Uemura (Assistant Director, the National Diet Library Administrative Department Planning Division)
•Taiwan: Discussion on the Accessibility of Students with Disabilities Using the Libraries of Colleges and Universities-Taking a national university in the north as an example
- Li Kun-Rong(Professor, Department of Social Welfare, national Chung-Cheng University)
•China: Oasis in the Desert, Legislation and Practice on the Services for Visually Impaired Persons of Libraries in China
- JIN Xi(Ph.D candidate of Soochow University. College of Law Taiwan)


15:30-15:40

Breaks


15:40-17:40

◾︎Second Session
◻︎Theme: Policy - Accessibility and related policies of broadcasting and media
◻︎Conference chairperson: Nagase Osamu (Senior Researcher, Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University, Secretary-General, Inclusion International)
◻︎Presenter:
•Korea: Measures to expand participation of disabled people in media
- GuiHee Bang(Lecturer, Depart. Of Broadcasting and Creative Writing, Soongsil Cyber University)
•Japan: Lack of Information Accessibility Policy in Japan
- Jun Ishikawa (President, Japan Society for Disability Studies, Professor Emeritus, University of Shizuoka)
•Taiwan: Challenges for How to Access Information for the DEaf and Hard of Hearing People of Non-Sign-Language in Taiwan
- Chiang Yi Wen (The Deaf and hard of hearing welfare promotion association R.O.C.)
•China: Accessibility in Media - Rights Awareness and Legal Empowerment
- DING Peng (Visiting Research Associate, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong)


17:40-18:00

Tidying up
Oct 27th (Fri)

18:00-

Location: Eroom Center 2nd Floor
◾︎New Book Launch Event
Disability, Sexuality, and Gender in Asia: Intersectionality, Human Rights, and the Law
Oct 28th(Sat)

09:30-11:30

◾︎Third Session
◻︎Theme: Education and digital divide: Accessibility of devices (including Internet, ICT, IoT...)
◻︎Conference chairperson: Kawabata Miki(Eminent Associate Professor, Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University)
◻︎Presenter:
•Korea: Digital gap between disabled and non-disabled people and its impact during COVID-19
Kyungmi Kim (professor, Depart. Of social welfare, Soongsil University)
•Japan: Technical Aspects of Information Accessibility during the Covid 19 Pandemic -- Initiatives at the Institute of Ars Vivendi
- Shoji Hashiguchi (Senior lecturer, Otani University)
- Ryohei Nakai (Research Fellowship for Young Scientists from JSPS Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University)
- Tomohiro Yasuda (Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences,Ritsumeikan University Researchi Assistant, Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University)
•Taiwan: The channelling of voices: Challenges in the development of augmentative and alternative communication technologies on digital platforms
- Yu-Chen Lin (PhD student, Science, Technology and Innovation Studies, School of Social and Political Science, The University of Edinburgh, UK)
•China: Legislation and practice of educational accessibility in China
- Shen Chengqing (Co-Founder & Director-General of Minority Voice)


11:30-13:30

Lunch & Poster session


13:30-15:30

◾︎Fourth Session
◻︎Theme: People with developmental disabilities and alternative access to information (including easy read)
◻︎Conference chairperson: Mi-jung Lee(Doctor of University of Tsukuba, Japan, President of Research For Together Life)
◻︎Presenter:
•Korea: The importance of easy-to-read material
- YuKyung Moon (President of Korean People First)
•Japan: The Current State of Access to Easy-to-Understand Election Information ― Considering Cases of People with Developmental or Intellectual Disabilities
Satoshi Horikawa (Associate Professor, Kyoto Sangyo University Visiting Researcher, Institute of Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University)
•Taiwan1: Promotion of Easy-to-read in Taiwan
- Yu-Ru, Wang (The league For Persons With Disabilities, R.O.(TAIWAN))
•Taiwan2: P Learning from individuals with developmental disabilities about their ways of communication
- Ya-Ning, Weng (Licensed Social Worker, Parents Association for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities)
•China: Learning from individuals with developmental disabilities about their ways of communication
- HUANG Yi (Director of Shenzhen Autism Society)


15:30-15:40

Closing Ceremony


15:40-16:30

Leaders Meeting on the next East Asia Disability Studies Forum


16:30

Finish
Return Home and Free time


3. Theme sessions(※日本からの参加者のみ掲載)


4. Poster session(※日本からの参加者のみ掲載)


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