The Fifth International Conference on African Development@ Yokohama
Violence behind the Japan’s Foreign Policy toward Africa
International Symposium & Demonstration
Who is TICAD for?
People in Africa and Asia against Ｅxploitation and Ｅxclusion in the Waves of the Neo-Liberalistic Globalization
Guest: China Ngubane
Born in Zimbabwe in !974, but resident in Durban, South Africa、Ｃhina Ngubane is coordinator of the Dennis Brutus Community Scholars at the University of KwaZulu-Natal Centre for Civil Society in Durban. Ngubane is a citizen without borders, a humanitarian activist and a Political Science student with the University of South Africa, providing support to community groups across Durban. China has been involved in social struggles since 2005, especially in the fight against xenophobia and the promotion of human coexistence, with a dream for an open and borderless Africa. He is also active in the Democratic Left Front and the Right2Know movement, and has played a big role in the BRICS-from below Civil Society Summit in end March.
Nanako Inaba ( NO-VOX )
Noboru Kondo ( on Communal Activities in Kotobuki,YOKOHAMA ）
Toshimaru Ogura（ on Japan’s Foreign Policy toward Africa ）
Time: June 1(Sat.), 2013
Symposium 13:30～6:30 Demonstration in Yokohama 17:00～
Venue:4thfloor hall Yohohama Shijuu Kaikan (25 Miyazaki-cho, Nishi-ku, Yokohama)
Access: ten minutes’ walk from JR Sakuragicho Station or Keihinkyuuko Hinodecho Station
Attendance Fee: 500yen (No need to book)
Organized by: Committee for 6・１International Symposium questioning TICAD in Yokohama