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Seminars
The 19th IPSS Annual Seminar (31st October 2014)
“Women’s Diversifying Life-Course Patterns and Social Security – Social Security System for a Sustainable Society in the Era of Population Decline –”
The 18th IPSS Annual Seminar
“New Trends in International Migration – Towards a Japanese Model”
“New Trends in International Migration – Towards a Japanese Model”
Date: 31st October 2013
Venue: Women Employment Support Center
Introduction:
Reiko HAYASHI
Director of International Research and Cooperation,
National Institute of Population and Social Security Research

Keynote Speech 1:
“Key trends in international migration and their relevance for Japan”
Graeme HUGO
Professor, The University of Adelaide

Keynote Speech 2:
“Japan’s international migration: Can it be a solution for population decline?”
Yoshitaka ISHIKAWA
Professor, Kyoto University

Panelist Speech:
“International migration policy for the 21st century: A proposition from a historical perspective”
Hiroshi KITO
Professor, Sophia University

“Migration models and international marriage migration”
Takashi INOUE
Professor, Aoyama Gakuin University

“Policy control over international migration: Its limitations and possibilities”
Junichi AKASHI
Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba

Moderator:
Ryuichi KANEKO


The 15th IPSS Annual Seminar (12st January 2011)
“Towards Constructing New Social Security: New direction of social policy corresponding to inequality in work and income”
The 16th IPSS Annual Seminar (14st October 2011)
“Very Low Fertility in East Asia: Similarity and Difference in Causes and Policy Response”
The 17th IPSS Annual Seminar (22st October 2012)
“Various Regional Differences and Sustainability of Social Security”