We invite lecturers conducting advanced research from all over the world and organize seminars and workshops on the topics related to global collaboration
International Symposium "Current issues in dementia and dementia care in East Asia"
Special Lectures in Commemoration of the Retirement of Professor Mamoru Tsuda: Bridging the Philippines and Japan
Introduction to St. Gallen Symposium
Mixed Roots Academic Forum
Idea of Europe from Antiquity to the Late Eighteenth Century and its Lessons for Today
How to go about obtaining a position in an international organization, an NGO, or a private corporation overseas
KICK-OFF event for Grass Roots Internationalization Seminar -- Lecture by Prof. Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu
BBL Session: Taking care of your health when going overseas
Working in International Healthcare, Providing International Medical Aid and Healthcare
World Refugee Day: "IOM activities" on Refugee Third Country Resettlement
"Natural Disaster and Global Collaboration: Responses to the Great East Japan Earthquake, 3.11"
"Research Cooperation in Compliance with the Convention on Biological Diversity"
"Vulnerable Filipino Migrants in Japan"
"Effective Use of Bio-resources in Southeast Asia"
"Social determinants of health from the UK perspective, and how it might translate to the Japanese context"
"Healthy Aging in Japan" / "Long-term care for older people: a focus on caregivers"
"Why do Behavior Interventions Fail?"
"Negotiating Choices on Japanese-Filipino Children's Education in Japan: The Perspective of Filipino Housewives"
Osaka University Forum 2010
"Globalization and Conflict: Entanglementbetween Local and Cosmopolitan Orientations"
GLOCOL Bangkok Seminar Series 2010 "The Prevention of Infectious Diseases: Policy and Practice"
GLOCOL Bangkok Seminar Series 2010 "Journalism, Media Literacy and Human Security: Invisible Reality in Thailand and the World"
"The Challenge of Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Africa"
"Getting Conflict Resolution Right in Africa: The case of the DRC"
"GLOCOL BANGKOK seminar Series I"
"The Work of UN Peacekeeping Operations in the field - Experience from Kosovo and Darfur"
"Governance, Conflict and the Role of the Monyomiji in Post War Reconstruction in East Bank Equatoria"
"Status of and Agenda for University Education in Eritrea with Special Reference to the Fields of Humanities and Social Sciences"
"War and Intervention in Afghanistan"
"The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): The World’s Deadliest Conflict Ignored"
An International Conference
"Reframing Development: Post-development, Globalization, and the Human Condition"
"Anthropology and Studies on Chinese Overseas"
"Peaceful Ensemble: Music for Thinking about Armed Conflicts and Peace-Building in the Southern Philippines"
"Interdisciplinary graduate school - Master's course in 'Health & Society: Social Epidemiology' at University College London and future plan at Osaka University"
JICA Seminar 2008: Open Session
Dr. Joseph Shevel
"Middle East Peace Process: Origins of the Conflict and Future Prospects"
Japan Consortium for Human Security Education and Research, Annual Meeting 2008
Prof. Johan Pottier
"Food Security After Conflict: Prospects and Challenges in Eastern DR Congo"
A Joint Conference by Osaka University and University of Sao Paulo
Migrações e Identidades: Conflitos e Novos Horizontes
Professor Mustapha Kamal Pasha
"A World Without Development?"
Mr. Li Changping
"The Challenge of Chinese Rural Policy and the Global Food Crisis"
WCAA OSAKA 2008
Conflict, Cooperation, and Anthropologies’ Role in the World
Prof. Peter D. Little
"Food Security and Cross-Border Trade in a Region of Protracted Conflict: The Case of the Somalia Borderlands"
Mr. Shun-ichi Murata
"Outlook for International Cooperation and UN System After TICAD and G8"
Dr. Abraham Wandersman
"Bridging the Gap between Research & Practice: Community Science, Empowerment Evaluation & Getting to Outcomes (GTO)"
Mr. Hideaki Mori
"World Bank’s Young Professionals Program Seminar"
Mr. Atsuro Morita
"Technology, Development, and Society: An Anthropological Study of Indigenous Engineering and Social Groups in Thailand"
Dr. Vinya Ariyaratne
"Empowering Communities as Self Sustaining Villages: 50 years of Sarvodaya Experience"
Dr. Salomón Lerner Febrés
"University, Democracy and Development: Perspective from Latin America"
"Globalization, Difference, and Human Security"
"In Search of a New Research Platform for Chinese Area Studies"
Ms. Aloisea Inyumba
"Rwanda’s Experience of Post Conflict Reconstruction and Development"
"Plurality and Sustainability — Challenges of Education in Sustainability Studies"
Dr. Yang Cheng-shu
"The State of Interpreting / Translation Education and Research in Taiwanese Universitities"
Mr. Yorio Tanimura
"A Short Intrtoduction to Migration: Major Issues, Trends, Facts & Figures"
Sriprapha Petcharamesree, PhD
"Children of Migrants from Burma"
Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin
"Post War Reconstruction in the Southern Sudan: Its Achievements and Obstacles, with a special reference to the regional perspective"
Mainstreaming Human Security: The Asian Contribution
Dr. Hussein Solomon
"Conflict Prevention and Human Security in Africa: The Case of Darfur"
Dr. David Hulme
"Global Public Policy and The Millenium Development Goals (MDGs):
A Short History of The World's Biggest Promise"
Mr. Karma Galay
"Time Use and Happiness in Bhutan"
Dr. Jorge V. Tigno
"Serialized Filipino Identity in Japan"
"Training and Deployment of Civilian Peacebuilders and Human Security"
"Last in Line, Last in School: Education in Countries Affected by Conflict"
Professor Mustapha Kamal Pasha, Ph.D.
"The 'Iron Cage' of Globalization and Human Security"
"Shakespeare and Arbitrage-Criticism of Capitalism in the Japanese Market"
Dr. John Akokpari
"Globalization and Human Insecurities in Africa"
Professor Sakiko Fukuda-Parr
"Globalization and Technology: Genetically Modified Crops"
Dr. Aradhana Sharma
"Exhuming Development: Performance, Reality Talk, and subaltern Agency in Contemporary India"
Dr. John M. Owen & Dr. Pamela St Leger
"The Role of Evaluation in Understanding How Social and Educational Programs Work: Lessons from Recent Practice in Australia"