The Independent Commission created by the Myanmar government presented its report on January 20 indicating that Myanmar security forces committed serious human rights violations or disproportionate use of force during the internal armed conflict in August-September 2017 in northern Rakhine State which led to mass displacement of Rohingya Muslims but that they did not commit genocide against the ethnic minority.
Senior Vice Rector Taikan OKI and Advisor of Alexandria Library Professor Kazuo TAKAHASHI chaired the last session of the Committee on Environment held at the No.5 Conference Room of the Diet Members` First Building on January 16, 2020.
The following summary record of remarks made by the participants of the meeting was prepared by the GPAJ staff and attributed only to the speakers whose names are identified.
At a seminar held at the University of the Sacred Heart in Tokyo, IOM Representative reiterated the conditions that Rohingya refugees demand to be met prior to return to Myanmar: (1) safety and security; (2) pathway to citizenship, and (3) enjoyment of basic rights, including education, work, and religious worship.
Thirteen Japanese scholars participated in the trilateral annual meeting of UN academic associations of China, Japan and Korea held in Seoul. They are shown in the photo: From left to right: TAMAI , Masataka（玉井雅隆）FUJII, Hiroshige（藤井広重）HADANO, Takamitsu（秦野貴光）KARUBE, Keiko （軽部恵子）KUKITA, Jun（久木田純）TAKAHASHI, Kazuo（高橋一生）SHOJI , Mariko（庄司真理子）HASEGAWA, Sukehiro（長谷川祐弘）KIHARA-HUNT, Ai（キハラハント愛）KATSUMA,Yasushi（勝間靖）KULNAZAROVA, Aigul（クルナザロバ・アイグル) KUSHIMA, Shinichi（九島伸一）and INOMATA, Tadanori（猪又忠徳）.
Roger A. Coate, Chair of the Academic Council on the UN System (ACUNS), Heung Soon Park, Member of the Board of Directors, ACUNS and Ai Kihara-Hunt, Member of the Board of Directors and Sukehiro Hasegawa, ACUNS Tokyo Liaison Officer, ACUNS Explained ACUNS` Forthcoming Activities.