Today at 1:15 – 3:45PM (JST), CEMiPoS Director Hiroshi will lead a symposium discussing the history of Ainu-Japanese relations, the threats against Ainu culture that still exist today, and Upopoy‘
CEMiPoS had the privilege of communicating with Ainu-Hawaiian scholar and educator Māpuana Shizuko Hayashi-Simpliciano, who works in the field of Indigenous language and culture restoration. Māpu shared the above video, a collection of
LifeGate interviews CEMiPoS Director Hiroshi Maruyama in their feature article on Upopoy, The Symbolic Space for Ethnic Harmony, as they explore the controversy surrounding its construction. Read the article here. Image from LifeGate.
Download the statement as a PDF here. Japan has a number of national museums officially endorsed by the government and intended to display and celebrate the ideals of Japanese culture. While most of
CEMiPoS researchers have contributed comments on the EMRIP’s Study on the Right to Land under the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Report on the Right to Repatriation
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