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CUAA Japan | How to Promote Work-Style Reforms? —Night to Think about Women’s Active Participation and Diversity

March 7, 2018
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Asia/Tokyo
Off-campus
Ms. Muraki is infamous for wrongly accuse of a fraud and detained for about five months, yet proved her innocence and succeed to be the second women to serve as Vice Minister in the central government. When she joined Ministry of Labour in 1978, years before the enforcement of the Equal Employment Opportunity Law, females were in the minority (2-3%) in the ministry. She married her colleague at age 26 and gave birth to two daughters at age 29 and 35. Because the couple lived far from their homelands, they could not rely on their parents for child raring. Yet, with support from Hoikuen and others, Ms. Muraki managed to balance work and family. After retiring from Ministry of Health Labour and Welfare, she joined Tsuda University as Guest Lecturer and Itochu Corporation as Member of the Board. The event will be a rare opportunity to learn from this incredible woman with deep knowledge acquired through her dedicated work as a public servant and a working mother. Please join us! Event Details: Speaker: Ms. Atsuko Muraki Date: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Door Opens at 18:30 Lecture (Q&A) 19:00 - 20:15, Reception from 20:15 - 21:00 Venue: Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu Tokyo Office, JP Tower, 2-7-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-7036, Japan (reception 36th floor) http://www.noandt.com/en/locations/tokyo/index.html#address Admission Fee: Members who have paid annual dues – 3,000 yen; Non-members – 4,000 yen. (Payment will be collected at the door. We Bento-box during the lecture and drinks at the reception.) Language: Japanese Note: Advance registration is required.

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