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CONFERENCE
International Conference

Kyoto 3 Symposium "Being Now" Community, Humanity and the Sacred: Platform for a New Economics"

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[Date and Time]
June 5, 2016 (Sunday) 13:00-17:00
June 6, 2016 (Monday) 10:30-16:00
[Venue]
Doshisha University, Faculty of Economics, Ryoshinkan Building, 3F
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[Presenters]
    Emeritus Professor Stephen Hill (University of Wollongong)
    Dr. Juewei Shi (Nan Tien Institute)
    Professor Ed Arrington (University of Wollongong)
    Master Stomu Yamash'ta (Artist)
    Professor Tadashi Yagi (Doshisha University)
    Professor Akira Tanabe (Tokyo University)
    Professor Kazuyoshi Yoshimura (Kyoto University)
    Associate Professor Masatoshi Murase (Kyoto University)
[Program]

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[Registration]
Please make your registration in advance by 31 May, 2016 by sending your name and affiliation to the Office of Center for the Study of Creative Economy.
rc-csce@mail.doshisha.ac.jp

WORKSHOP
24-25 FEBRUATY 2014 : International Workshop

Comparative Study on Happiness

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SYMPOSIUM

Kyoto Symposium on Cultural and Religious Resource Management for Global Cooperation

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[Date and Time]
June 10, 2014 (Tuesday) 13:00-17:00
[Venue]
Doshisha Chapel, Imadegawa Campus, Doshisha University
http://www.doshisha.ac.jp/en/information/campus/imadegawa/imadegawa.html
[Seating Capacity]
190 students or members of the general public (on a first come, first seated basis)
*There is no need for advance reservations, admission is free of charge and with Japanese-English translation.
[Program]
13:00-15:55 Speeches by four panelists. (Intermission 14:20-14:35)
16:10-17:00 Discussion
[Panelists]
Stephen Hill (Emeritus Professor, University of Wollongong, Australia)
Philippe Delanghe (UNESCO Office, Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
Gavin Parker (Professor, University of Reading, UK)
Serrano Sianturi (Professor, Sacred Bridge Foundation, Indonesia)
Stomu Yamash'ta (Artist, Kyoto, Japan)
[Organizers]
Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Global Resource Management, Doshisha University
Life Risk Research Center , Doshisha University