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Ireland-Japan Symposium:Technology-supported Community Care in Japan and Ireland

Date and Time: 11 am to 3 pm, Friday 6th and 10:30 am to 14:45 pm, Saturday 7th September
Venue: Geary Institute, University College Dublin (6th) / Coastguard Cultural Centre in Tramore (7th)

For full details, including a list of speakers, please visit the link below.

This event is funded by JSPS London Symposium/Seminar Scheme.

FY2020 Call for the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme

JSPS London's primary aims include publicising academic research from Japan and strengthening collaborative research linkages between the UK or Republic of  Ireland (RoI) and Japan. To help achieve these aims, JSPS London has created this scheme to support events organised by members of the JSPS Alumni Association of the UK and RoI or by Japanese Researchers based in the UK or RoI at institutional or departmental level. These events should aim to create high quality collaboration in cutting edge fields or showcase research in areas where Japan and the UK or RoI are world leading. This could be a symposium or smaller scale seminar. Both kinds of events can either focus on UK or RoI-Japan bilateral collaboration or be part of an international conference that aims to develop trusted multilateral partnerships with Japan and the UK and/or RoI at the centre.

Application Guidelines_for_FY2020 from here

Application Form_for_FY2020 from here

Closing date: Monday 14th October, 2019

Contact details: All completed application forms should be e mailed to JSPS London at:

One-day symposium: International Comparison and Collaboration in Medical Sociology

This symposium will bring together researchers from the UK, the USA, and Japan—three countries that have very different welfare systems and theoretical traditions in medical sociology—to present and discuss their work and recent relevant trends, based on international comparative studies and collaborative research initiatives. The symposium will be a basis for forming a strategic resource for knowledge production and transfer at the international level, and is open to anyone interested.

Date and Time : Tue, 20 August 2019  09:00 – 16:30 BST

Venue : Committee Rooms 1 & 2, Glamorgan Building  School of Social Sciences  Cardiff University (Cardiff CF10 3WT)

Due to limited space, registration is required by August 6th, 2019

For more information and to register, please take a look at here