Immigration and Refugee Policy: Ukrainian “Evacuees” in Japan
Immigration in Japan is typically framed in economic terms and the word 移民(immigrant) is carefully avoided in public debates.
Decolonizing Futures Published
I am happy to inform you of the publication of our book: Decolonizing Futures: Collaborations for New Indigenous Horizons. Four
CEMiPoS Shares Critique of Upopoy in FOCUS
CEMiPoS was invited to write for March 2022 volume of FOCUS, a newsletter by the Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center
Survey on the Ainu Policy Promotion Act
The Citizens' Alliance For The Examination of Ainu Policy conducted a survey of about 40 Ainu from Ainu Associations across
Cycling to Cop26 – Report
On 31 October, I set off from Amsterdam to cycle to the 26th Conference of the Parties (Cop26) in Glasgow.
Article on the Ainu Right to Traditional Salmon Fishing Published in IJGR
Adjunct Professor of CEMiPoS Kamrul Hossain has published his article titled "Recognition of the Ainu as an Indigenous People in
Acknowledgements, Foreword, and Introduction of Upcoming Book "Decolonizing Futures"
Introducing the first few sections of "Decolonizing Futures" to be published this Winter.
Book Cover, Table of Contents, and Author Introductions for "Decolonizing Futures"
Over the past two years, the CEMiPoS team has had the privilege of working with researchers and Indigenous scholars, activists,
CEMiPoS Writes for Lausan on Japan's Colonial Legacy
CEMiPoS researcher Meindert Boersma wrote an essay on the enduring legacy of colonialism in Japan. The Japanese state's Indigenous policies
The Economist on the National Ainu Museum
Earlier this summer, CEMiPoS Director Hiroshi Maruyama and researchers Masumi Tanaka and Mashiyat Zaman accompanied a journalist and translator from