Today, developing resilient communities and empowering people to respond to increasing disasters are unquestionably critical. This symposium will focus on possibilities of education in formal, non-formal, and informal settings to develop resilience of communities and people based on reports of experiences in the area afflicted by Great East Japan Earthquake.
Jose Roberto Guevara(Video Message) Associate Professor, RMIT university
Toyoshi Sasaki Representative Director, Japan RQ Disaster Education Center / President, Kurikoma Nature School
Sachi Ninomiya-Lim Associate Professor, International Center, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology
Ken Takata Professor, Tsuru University
Shinichi Furihata Associate Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology
Makoto Hatakeyama Vice-president, NPO Mori wa Umi no Koibito
Mitsuru Takahashi Professor, Touhoku University / President, The Japan Society for the Study of Adult and Community Education