Let’s learn about disasters and disasters prevention in Japan and the world!【Participants wanted】

This is a collaboration event with the Tokyo Fire Department’s event “Tokyo International Fire and Disaster Prevention Exhibition 2023”.

Poster of "Let’s learn about disasters and disasters prevention in Japan and the world!"

1. Date and Time

Sunday, June 18th, 2023

2. Venue

Tokyo Big Sight 6F
Conference Room 605 / 606
(3-11-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan 135-0063)


(1)Seminar & Workshop

Gest speaker

Mr. MUROSAKI Yoshiteru
(Japan Disaster Prevention Officer Association)


(2)Presentations by TIEC residents & International students associations in Japan

International students will make presentations about disaster and disaster prevention of their home country or region by poster exhibition. Let’s learn about them in the world!

Name of group Theme
Singapore Students' Association (Japan) Emergency Preparedness in Singapore (By Singapore Students' Association (Japan))
Sri Lanka Students' Association in Japan Natural disasters and Disaster prevention measures in Sri Lanka
Tokyo Taiwanese Student Association
Daily prevention method for natural disasters in Taiwan
Association of Filipino Students in Japan Disaster Prevention and Management in the Philippines
Malaysian Student Association Japan (MSAJ) Learn about disasters and disaster preventions in Malaysia
Ghana Students Union Fire Safety and Prevention in Ghana in the Advent of Forensic Scientists in the Ghana National Fire Service.
Pakistan Students Association Japan SDGs in Pakistan
TIEC residents from Thai Disaster and Its Prevention in Thailand
TIEC residents from Indonesia Indonesian Cable-Based Tsunameter System (INACBT) - Tsunami Detection System to support long-term disaster resiliency program in Indonesia.
TIEC residents from Bulgaria and Czechia Flood disaster and prevention fires disaster and prevention drought disaster and prevention climate change-related disaster and prevention
TIEC residents from China Health consequences of environmental pollution:A Case of "cancer villages" in Rural China
  • *Groups are listed in order of registration.
  • *Countries/regions and presentation themes are subject to change at the discretion of the presenter.
    Thank you for your understanding.

4.How to participate

Pre-registration is not required.
Anyone is welcome to participate.

5.Participation fee



English and Japanese

  • *Interpretation will be provided at the seminar.
  • *
    Subsidized by the Nakajima Foundation
Strategy Planning Unit, Student Exchange Programs Planning Division, Student Exchange Department, Japan Student Services Organization
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