Today, 20th November is World Children’s Day! Universal Children’s Day (World Children’s Day) was established in 1954 and is celebrated on November 20th each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare. November 20th is an important date as it is the date in 1959 when the UN General ….
Event News UPDATED【15th December】Register now! The 6th International Symposium on International Development and Peace through Sport
The 6th International Symposium on International Development and Peace through Sport will be held on 15th December to share insights and build networks in the field of Development and Peace through Sport/Sport for Development and Peace. In this symposium, we will discuss “How sport can contribute to achieve SDGs?” from different perspectives: Gender, People ….
Joint master’s programme in International Development and Peace includes 4month on the job practice abroad. You can find what students have done in the On the Job Practice International within the curriculum. 【New !】 OJP at Asian German Sports Exchange Programme in Sri Lanka Takuya Shimokubo Please check ‘Experience of On the Job Practice‘ ….
The reports from IDS students who participated in Global Master’s Programme in Tsukuba in 18th July- 12th August, 2018. Sorachi Kasho （Joint Masters Programme International Development and Peace through Sports, Second year） Takuya Shimokubo （Joint Masters Programme International Development and Peace through Sports, Second year） Makoto Yazaki ….
20th September, 2018, Tsukuba Global Science Week(TGSW) was held by Joint Master’s Program in International Development and Peace through Sport, TIAS、the Office of TGSW. How Top Athletes Can Contribute to Achieve SDGs? The session by Ms. Yasuko Miyajima (left) Ms. Yuko Arimori (right) We welcomed the two times Olympics medalist, Ms. Yuko Arimori and the ….
On 11th August, the closing ceremony of the Global Master’s Programme was held at University of Tsukuba. The GMP students gave the presentation: “Disaster Response for Great Earthquake through Tokyo2020”. The Final Presentation The ceremony welcomed guests from the Embassy of the Netherlands in Japan, South African Embassy Japan, ASICS, Co-Innovation Laboratory and the University to listen what ….
GMP have been to Tohoku from 5th August to 8th August. Our students visited Iitate villege in Fukushima prefecture and Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture. The GMP students collected the data for the research of the final presentation and implemented the Olympic Value Education Programme (OVEP) at schools and communities. In Iitate Villege, we visited the ….
In the 2nd week, GMP had many speakers who work in the programme that relate to Sports for disaster recovery. Lectures are from different organisations such as private company, government and academic institutions. So that the lecture had more tangible examples than 1st week about the Great East Japan Earthquake. Professor Kano, Den-en Chofu University: Community ….
The theme of the first week of the Global Master’s Programme was “Japanese history, culture and Sport in Japan”. Students took lectures such as martial arts, Japanese culture, Tokyo Olympics 1964 and Disaster recovery through sport. And we had one day trip to Tokyo. We visited the national stadium and attended the event “2years ….
As the second part of the Global Master’s Programme: GMP*, GMP at Tsukuba has started on 18th, July. The welcome speech from Professor Yasushi Honda, the Chairman of International Development and Peace through Sport, University of Tsukuba The theme of the GMP at Tsukuba is “The Disaster Response for Great East Japan Earthquake through ….