A panel discussion and film screening on the topic of sexual violence will be open to all IE Program students, English Department students, Aogaku students in general, and the general public on May 30th from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM in Room 921 on the Aoyama Campus. First, the documentary film, “Japan’s Secret Shame,” will be shown. That will be followed by a panel discussion that will explore themes outlined in the film, including the challenges of reporting and seeking justice around sexual violence in Japan.
EVENT: Film screening of “Japan’s Secret Shame” and panel discussion
WHEN: May 30, 2019 (Thursday), 7:00 PM ~ 9:30 PM
SCHEDULE: Doors open：7:00 PM
Screening：7:30 PM ~ 8:30 PM
Panel Discussion：8:30 PM ~ 9:30 PM
WHERE: Aoyama Gakuin University; Aoyama Campus; Building 9, Room 940 (On 4th Floor) Click here. [Notice that the room changed from 921 to 940!]
LANGUAGE: Film will be in English (with some Japanese dialog); Panel discussion will be in English.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Anyone who cares about the important issues brought up in the film and subsequent discussion.
https://www.bbc.com/ [article and film clips in Japanese]
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/ [article in English]
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b8cfcj [Brief description of the 1-hour film]
Disclaimer: Neither Aoyama Gakuin University (its English Department) nor TELL are responsible for the views expressed in the BBC documentary that will be shown at this event.