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Ways:Two Dialogues Facing Africa and the World,
to Review Japan for its Future

INABA Masaki, YAMADA Makoto & TATEIWA, Shin'ya November 30, 2008 Tokyo, Seikatsu-Shoin, 272p.

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¡INABA Masaki, YAMADA Makoto & TATEIWA Shin'ya Nov.30, 2008 Ways: Two Dialogues Facing Africa and the World, to Review Japan for its Future, Tokyo, Seikatsu-shoin, 272p. 2310yen [amazon] / [kinokuniya]

¡Table of Contents

Preface by TATEIWA Shin'ya

Part 1
Dialogue between INABA Masaki and TATEIWA Shin'ya
Facing Africa and the World


Africa Japan Forum - 2002
OCCUR - 1991
AIDS Conference in Yokohama, Africa Japan Forum - 1994
Supporting Asylum Seekers - 2000
Kotobuki-cho and the University - 1988

Africa and Japan - History and Present
"Most Developed Country" - (South) Africa
Strategy and Tactics of Social Movements
The Condition and Possibility of Africa
The Target and Mobilization
The Wound and our Willingness
Gay Activism in Africa

Articles by INABA Masaki - INABA Masaki
Chapter 1. Providing Face and Depth to "Target" - What we have to do at least to realize the Millennium Development Goals
Chapter 2. "Universal Access to Prevention, Treatment, and Care of AIDS" as the Obligation of Global Society - To End the History of Shame and Omission
Chapter 3. "Good Intention and Hope" Spread in "Another International Society" - The Huge International Trend about HIV/AIDS
Chapter 4. "Angels in America" in the Era of George Bush Jr.
Chapter 5. Essentials to Win Infectious Diseases - Movement to Protect our own Life
Chapter 6. Beyond the Writings as "Divine Violence" - Works of John Maxwell Coetzee and Practise of Today's South Africa
Chapter 7. Nobody can stop the "will to refuse" - To understand the "Future of Japan" from the view other than the authorities
Chapter 8. Islamic Republic of Iran in Crisis - A Perspective from Lesbian and Gay

Small Help for NGO Working against AIDS in Africa - TATEIWA Shin'ya

Part 2
Dialogue between YAMADA Makoto and TATEIWA Shin'ya
Ways of Prosecution


The Job of Recording - not to Forget
"Protestation" and the Medical Students' Movement
Hierarchies in Faculty of Medicine
Prosecution from Victims of Morinaga Poisoned Milk
Victims - Supporters, Fight in Court - Direct Actions
"Doctors don't understand what we face."
Always questioning "the structure" first
"Cure" may not be the No.1 priority
Traps of "Alternative"
"Mistaken Science" "Correct Science"
Victim Mentality of Medical Personnels
Let's try to take rational actions
Wrong Ways here and there

Ample Notes and Citations to Understand the History and Theory of "The Ways of Prosecution"

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