Japan Foundation Bangkok

(CALL FOR APPLICATION) EYES for Embracing Diversity: Multicultural Coexistence and Art in Philippines and Japan ( October 9-21, 2019)

(CALL FOR APPLICATION)

EYES for Embracing Diversity: Multicultural Coexistence and Art

in Philippines and Japan ( October 9-21, 2019)

 

The Japan Foundation, Bangkok is now opening “Call for Application” to those interested and potential young professional leaders to participate in “EYES for Embracing Diversity: Multicultural Coexistence and Art” (hereafter referred to as the EYES project), a 13-day study program designed to understand the Multicultural Coexistence among Asian countries. Participants of the EYES project (hereafter referred as the EYES fellows) are mid-career leaders at the age of 25 and 40 who are working for NGOs/government agencies or artists to implement multicultural coexistence in their respective countries in Asia. In 2019, the EYES project takes place in the Philippines and Japan and gives the EYES fellows various opportunities to understand multicultural coexistence in both countries. The project will also hold workshops utilizing artistic methods in order to raise public awareness of diversity.

 

Moreover, the EYES project aims to create a network among the fellows, and provide the fellows with an understanding of multicultural diversity resulting from the world phenomena of “human mobility” in both the Philippines (e.g. aspect of labor exports) and Japan (e.g. aspect of labor imports). After completion of the EYES project, we hope that each fellow will be able to utilize their learning from the project to take positive actions in their own society.

 

For those you are interested in applying for this program, please read carefully the Program Guidelines and submit the full Application Form with your CVs and related documents no later than July 23rd (Tue.) at the Japan Foundation, Bangkok, 10th Floor Serm-Mit Tower, 159 Sukhumvit 21 Rd., Klongtoey Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110.

 

Download

  1. Program Guidelines
  2. Application Form

 

Any inquiries about the program, please kindly contact Khun Wathana Onpanich at e-mail: wathana@jfbkk.or.th or calling at 0-2260-8560-3. For more information about EYES Project, please visit the website below.

 

https://jfac.jp/en/culture/projects/p-eyes-for-embracing-diversity/