Changing Global Health Governance and Japan’s Role (November 17, 4-5:30pm (PST))

 

COVID-19 has irrevocably altered global health policies and there are looming questions about what those changes are and what role Japan will play. The upcoming panel hosted by the Centre for the Study of Global Japan (part of the Munk School at the University of Toronto) attempts to answer these questions. The event will take place over Zoom, November 17th, 4-5:30pm (PST).

 

Event Page

In order to find out more about the speakers and to register for the event (free), visit: https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/csgj/event/31120/

Contact

Mio Otsuka
416-946-8972


Speakers

Kayo Takuma
Speaker
Professor, Faculty of Law and Politics, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Tana Johnson
Speaker
Associate Professor, Public Affairs and Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Yves Tiberghien
Speaker
Professor, Political Science; Konwakai Chair in Japanese Research, University of British Columbia; Director Emeritus, Institute of Asian Research; Director, Center for Japanese Research

Phillip Lipscy
Moderator
Director, Centre for the Study of Global Japan, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto

Sasayama Takuya
Opening Remarks
Consul-General of Japan in Toronto


Main Sponsor

Centre for the Study of Global Japan

Co-Sponsors

Consulate General of Japan in Toronto