Click here for registration
After registering, you will receive a URL to participate in the event.
（You will also receive an email with the same content on the day of the event）
＜About the presentation＞
●Speaker：Abraham Emil Salazar Lugo（Graduate School of International Development）
●Title：Do I have to understand Japanese to escape an earthquake?
Significant differences exist between a Japanese national and a foreign resident when it comes to knowledge about disaster prevention. With the increase of immigrants in Japan, the authorities have recognized the need to implement policies for the distribution of multicultural information. In a disaster-prone country, information on prevention becomes vital; however, many of us still do not know what to do if a disaster occurs. How can we improve these information systems?
●Speaker：Kpoviessi Doheto Othniel（Graduate School of International Development）
●Title：Inequality in health across space and time in West and Central Africa: A summary of some
Health is improving in Africa, but still, there is a lot of inequality in its distribution which can have tremendous consequences across and within countries' development. This study focused on West and Central Africa. It investigates how health is related to wealth, where, and why?