Project at Center for the Multicultural Public Sphere, School of International Studies, Utsunomiya University

International Peace and Human Rights / Humanitarian Law Study Group

International Peace and Human Rights/Humanitarian Law Study Group is an academic and practical arena where international peace and justice issues can be freely discussed. This project consists of two activities, the "International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Project" and the "International Human Rights Workshop," which have been undertaken in Associate Professor Hiroshige Fujii's laboratory at the School of International Studies since 2018. Graduate and undergraduate students also proactively plan and manage these activities, including implementing various public seminars and symposiums held as learning opportunities related to these activities. In addition, this project collaborates with the "Utsunomiya International Peace and Justice," a student club activity established in 2018 as a related organization.

「国際平和と人権・人道法研究会」は、国際平和と正義について自由に議論ができる学術的かつ実践的なアリーナです。2018年から国際学部藤井広重准教授の研究室で取り組まれてきた「国際人権・人道法プロジェクト」と「国際人権ワークショップ」の2つの活動から構成されており、これらに係る学びの機会として実施される各種公開セミナーやシンポジウムの実施などを含め大学院生・学部生も主体的に企画運営に参加しています。関連団体として2018年に設立された学生のサークル活動「宇都宮国際平和と司法研究会」との活動を有機的に組み合わせ、協働しております。

Utsunomiya International Peace and Justice (Student Study Group)

Utsunomiya International Peace and Justice (UIPJ) is designed to enhance the out-of-class experience for students. Fujii has been served for UIPJ as an adviser since 2018.