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アジア学術会議 研究発表

December 5, 2018

 

 

12月6日に東京の日本学術会議で開催された、第18回アジア学術会議「科学と社会委員会及び若手アカデミー合同セッション」で、プレゼンテーションを行いました。

国連が提唱している『持続可能な開発のための2030アジェンダ』(SDGs)をベースに、「他者との共生」というテーマに対する学術貢献の可能性という観点から、3人のゲストスピーカーの中の一人として発表しました。

私のテーマは[Visual Communication Design for Language Revitalization]。

言語復興のためのビジュアルコミュニケーションデザインの研究活動を通して、言語、研究分野、文化的背景などがそれぞれ違うメンバーとどのように協働しているのか、また、それを科学の分野でどのように応用していけるのか、その可能性についてお話をしました。

 


写真撮影: アジア学術会議事務局

 

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○2018アジア学術会議ウェブサイト:  https://sca18.mediatelier.com/

 

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Program of the 18th SCA joint session

organized by Committee of Science and Society and Young Academy of Japan, SCJ

 

 

Date and time: December 6, 2018, 16:00-17:30
Place: Council Room (Second Floor), Science Council of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Session title: Beyond SDGs – Under the era of the Anthropocene –

Session abstract:
The “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” (Agenda 2030) states in its preamble that this agenda is for people, planet and prosperity, and, among others, aims that all human beings can enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives.

 

The 17 goals listed in the SDGs are not the ultimate goals by themselves. Rather, these goals should be seen as milestones, and the achievement of these goals should lead to the realization of the world that the 2030 agenda is primarily heading for. It should be also emphasized that the SDGs do not cover entire vision of the 2030 Agenda.

 

This session aims at opening wider discussion on how science and academia can contribute to the realization of the world that the 2030 Agenda is heading for and is yet not explicitly addressed in the SDGs. Through the discussion the session also aims to draw a picture after 2030; suggesting that design of post SDGs should be now initiated. To facilitate such discussion, four speakers are invited to provide lectures.

 

These lectures are related to “co-existence with others,” which is believed to be one of the essential elements in prosperous and fulling lives. Each lecture provides insights on possibilities of science and academia to contribute to the co-existence with others in different contexts. Following the lectures, a panel discussion is held to discuss about the contribution of science and academia for “Beyond SDGs.”

 

○Session Organizers: 

Chair: Dr. Miyoko O. Watanabe, Vice President, SCJ & Deputy Executive Director, Japan Science and Technology Agency

 

◯Panel discussion facilitator:

Prof. Taikan Oki, Professor, the University of Tokyo

 

Members:

Prof. Kaoru Endo, Professor, Gakushuin University

Prof. Kazuyoshi Nishijima, Associate Professor, DPRI, Kyoto University

 

○Commentators:

Prof. Dawnhee Yim, Member of the National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Korea

Ms. Mriduchhanda Chattopadhyay, PhD student in Economics of Waseda University

Dr. Michiharu Nakamura, Senior Advisor of JST, A member of UN 10-member group

 

Program 

 

16:00-16:05

Opening by Dr. Miyoko O. Watanabe 

 

16:05-16:20

Quest for coexistence between human and wildlife

Prof. Juichi Yamagiwa 

President, SCJ & President, Kyoto University

 

16:20-16:35

Beyond SDGs - Education & The 4th Industrial Revolution

Prof. Sharifah Zarina Syed Zakaria

Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), Malaysia

 

16:35-16:50

Visual Communication Design for Language Revitalization

Ms. Fumi Yamamoto

Designer/illustrator, PhD student of Kyoto City University of Arts

 

16:50-17:05

Comments by three commentators (5 minutes by 3 commentators)

 

17:05-17:25

Panel discussion

 

17:25-17:30

Wrap-up by Prof. Taikan Oki

 

 

 

 

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