Seminars on Systems/Policies concerning Survival "Disability/Society" No.7 "Legislation for People with Mental Disorders and Agendas of Adult Guardianship"
October 16, 2015 (Fri.) 18:00-20:00 （Doors Open 17:30）
#303 Suzaku Campus, Ritsumeikan University
Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University
Institute of Human Sciences, Ritsumeikan University “Translational Studies for Inclusive Society” (Fundamental Research on Social Inclusion and Human Support)
Free of Charge/ No Advance Application Necessary
* We can prepare for a sign language interpreter. Those who seek this service should contact the administrative office of the Research Center for Ars Vivendi by October 7 (Wed.).
Research Center for Ars Vivendi Project A-3 Seminars on Systems/Policies concerning Survival “Disability/Society”
Large movements concerning systems/policies concerning “disabilities” and “illnesses” have been occurring including the Act on the Elimination of Disability Discrimination and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). These new systems/policies review disabilities and illnesses from the relationship with the society and come up with participation of persons with disabilities and illnesses. Research Center for Ars Vivendi hosts a series of seminars in order to understand and envision systems/policies over “disabilities” and “illnesses.”
|18:10-||Lecture: Yoshikazu Ikehara（Tokyo Advocacy Law Office）
“Legislation for People with Mental Disorders and Agendas of Adult Guardianship”
|19:30-||Q & A
Host: Shin'ya Tateiwa（Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University）
Introduction of Lecturer
Lecturer: Yoshikazu Ikehara
Director of Tokyo Advocacy Law Office/Lawyer
Ex-member of Elimination of Disability Discrimination Division, Committee for Disability Policies, Cabinet Office
Administrative Office, Research Center for Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University
56-1 Tojiinkita-machi, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8577
* There is no parking available at the venue, so please use public transportation.
“Translational Studies for Inclusive Society” Project is supported by the MEXT-Program for the Strategic Research Foundation at Private Universities, 2013-2015