[Event Information]
Networking Conference 2017
Jointly hosted by UN Forum・Washington DC Development Forum with GSDM
7th January 2017 18:30~21:00
(Part1: The University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus, Engineering Bld. 2, Seminar Room 211・213)
(Part2: The University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus, Sanjo Conference Hall)

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Saturday January 7th, 2017
Part 1: 13:00 – 17:30
 The University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus, Engineering Bld. 2, Seminar Room 211・213
Part 2: 18:00 – 21:00
 The University of Tokyo, Hongo Campus, Sanjo Conference Hall
2.Fee Part I : Free Part II : 3,000 yen
3.Hosts UN forum, Washington DC Development forum
 Study session will be co-hosted by the University of Tokyo’s Program for Leading Graduate Schools「Global Leader Program for Social Design and Management (GSDM)」

4. Program
[Study Session] 13:00 – 17:30 Engineering Bld. 2, Seminar Room 211・213
■ Session 1 (in Japanese) :「Report on Study Program in Nepal: Disaster management and restoration」
Participants of the UN forum’s Study Program will share their experiences in Nepal from a standpoint of the gap between global and domestic standards of disaster management and restoration. Details to be determined.
■ Session 2 (in Japanese) :「Natural Resources and Conflict」
This session will be focused on governance, development support, and assistance for conflict prevention that are required in countries rich in natural resources, and the discussion will be held from of perspectives of business, academia, governments and international organizations.
■ Session 3 (in Japanese) :「Social Investment」
Director of ARUN (Social Investment Platform) and practitioners will have a debate on the「Social Investment.
■ Parallel Session (in English):「How do we close the gap between health policies and field in developing countries」
There are gaps between health policies in the developing countries and what is happening in the field that are yet to be closed. This session will be joined by professionals and strategists to discuss on its possible solutions.
 Kazuo Tase, Co-leader of the UN forum
 Naoyuki Kawahara, Representative of the Rocinantes
 Satoshi Ezoe, Ministry of Health, Labour and Wealfare
 Tomoko Ono, JICA Office in Sudan
 GSDM Students
[Reception] 18:00 – 21:00 Sanjo Conference Hall
Second part of the conference will be for the participants to freely discuss on global issues and problems surrounding the United Nations and to build up a network of connections.
5. Application Form
Please register from this link by 23:59, 4th January
6.Link to the UN Forum