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Call for All Faculty Members and Students: Let’s connect over Lunch

Information from Research Faculty of Media and Communication.
These events are supported by Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).

We are hosting three online Brown Bag Lunch (BBL)* meetings!
Due to pandemic, it has been a challenge for us to connect and network especially for people with multicultural backgrounds.
These meetings will be casual, so you can have lunch during the meeting.

*Brown bag meeting is an informal meeting where people connect over lunch. Participants typically bring their lunches packed in brown bags and it is where the name BBL comes from.

The event theme Diversity and Inclusion in oversea countries (Germany, UK, Italy, India, Australia) compared with Japan
BBL meeting schedule Please attend the events you are interested and let us know at the registration.

July 20th (Wed) 12:10-12:55
Diversity and Inclusion at German universities
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Hans-Ulrich Siehl (Chemistry, Ulm University, Germany)

July 27th (Wed) 12:10-12:55
Diversity and inclusion in India. Efforts and issues for diversity inclusion in universities with multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, social, and religiously complex national management
Speaker: Prof. Dr. John Clammer (Anthropology, Jindal schools of liberal arts and humanities, India)

August 3rd (Wed) 12:10-12:55
OTAKU changing Japanese male image, family image, and gender co-operation -Comparison between European countries and Japan-
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Filippo Cervelli (Literature, SOAS, University of London, UK)

Open to General public, Students, Researcher
(Please notify your friends or colleagues who are interested in networking)
Venue Online (Zoom)
Language English(apanese possible)
Registrations Please use the application form below to apply.
Click here
(Zoom link will be sent to registered participants prior to the events)
Registration deadline 2nd August (Note: please register upon the each event to get the ZOOM information)
Organization BBL@Hokudai
Hokkaido University, Research Faculty of Media and Communication
(Yuki Asano, Miyoko Ogishima)