SETTLEMENT AND INTEGRATION ACROSS GENERATIONS: TRENDS, ISSUES, AND CRISES
Join us for an International Collaborative Research Seminar exploring the trends, issues, and crises surrounding settlement and integration across generations. Presented will be the experiences of Koreans in Kazakhstan and Russian-speakers in Japan and South Korea.
We will discuss common and contrasting challenges, factors influencing integration processes, and social policy impact on settlement experiences.
Through this seminar, we hope to deepen understanding of the complex dynamics involved in the integration of diverse ethnic groups, identifying best practices and policy recommendations to facilitate integration and promote social cohesion.
March 5, 2023 (Sunday) 10:00-12:00 JST
“Korean Diaspora in Kazakhstan: Insights into the Third Generation Choices”
Yem Natalya, Associate Professor
at the Faculty of Oriental Studies, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
“Integration of Russian-Speaking Marriage Migrants: Case Studies from Japan and South Korea”
Viktoriya Kim, Associate Professor
at the College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University
Commentator: Masaru Tonomura, Professor
at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
◆Japanese-English interpretation will be available
To REGISTER, please click on the following link and fill in the form. After you have successfully registered, a Zoom link for the seminar will be sent to you.