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主动学习海外项目

主动学习海外项目:多文化主义、人权、市民社会(悉尼)

在接受了秋季学期的提前授课和春假期间的海外研修后,通过“主动学习”,就多文化主义、人权和市民社会问题进行学习的项目。提前授课中就“原住民的权利”“难民和移民”“性别和性的多样性”这3个研究领域,以日本和澳大利亚的事例为中心学习基础知识,并从中选出自己的研究课题进行调查。利用春假在悉尼进行的研修中,再次针对3个领域加深对澳大利亚现状的了解,更通过实地考察继续调查活动,最后在论述和报告中进行总结。
※本项目作为法学院的专业综合讲座(提前授课2个学分、海外研修2个学分)开课。
 

项目概要(2015年度)

提前授课 秋季学期(15周) 周三第6节课

海外研修(悉尼)
2016年2月18日(周四)~3月7日(周一)(计划)

研修地点 
新南威尔士大学(University of New South Wales)〔缩写:UNSW〕
悉尼大学和平纷争研究中心(Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney)〔缩写:CPACS〕

悉尼研修的内容(预计)
・在UNSW、CPACS由当地专家举办讲座
・访问土著居民(澳大利亚的原住民)社区
・参观对难民的语言支援工程和艺术工程
・观看同性恋大游行(支援性少数者群体的游行)等
☆结合这些活动,参加学生对符合自己课题的实地考察进行企划,访问当地的NPO/NGO等,开展听证调查。此外,通过该项目,由CPACS所属的研究生作为讲师对研究等做出建议。

海外研修参加费用 预计约35万日元(包含往返机票费和住宿费等)(可申请各类奖学金)

报名条件 
具有前往海外的经历和能够从事以上活动的英语能力*
*TOEIC550分以上的英语水平。
 
说明会(计划)
2015年5月29日(周五)、6月8日(周一)12:35~13:15 资源中心

接受报名时间 
2015年6月1日(周一)~6月11日(周四)17:00前 提交给资源中心
 

任课老师寄语

Professor Mike Nix, Faculty of Law, Coordinator of the 2013 Pilot Program

 This pilot program was a wonderful  opportunity for students to take their studies to another level, by meeting and connecting with the people who are directly involved in the issues they are researching, such as people working in organisations to support refugees or journalists writing about LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) rights. Students were also clearly building their confidence and self-efficacy through tasks such as calling to make arrangements, interviewing, and communicating and researching in English. By taking initiative for their projects, the students went through a change in identity, realizing that they were not only students learning about Japan and Australia but experts in their area who could explain to Australian people about the situation in Japan.
For this year’s program, we are looking forward to participation by students who have a sense of seriousness about how the topics in the program affect real people’s lives. If you have a critical curiosity about diversity issues and human rights and are interested in understanding them better through talking with people and knowing how people see things differently, and then trying to make sense of these issues in both Japan and Australia, you will enjoy the program. You will need to work well with other people and be able to interview people in English, but we are flexible about language proficiency for motivated students who will work hard to develop their English for doing fieldwork.
To students interested in the program, this is a great chance to connect academic knowledge to the real world. Learning from refugees or indigenous people, for example, about their experiences and viewpoints will help you realise not just the differences but also the similarities between them and you. This opportunity to change yourself through encounters with people, to learn about what is important in people’s lives, will in turn help you think about what is important for you. We look forward to exploring these issues and relationships and continuing to build the program in the future together with the students who participate in it.
 
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Students on the pilot program explaining their research in poster presentations at a language education conference in Miyazaki in May
 

参加2013试行项目的学生谈体会

川岛希望同学(法学院法律学科4年级)

澳大利亚举行着世界最大规模的同性恋游行,也引进了认同同性恋者相当于结婚的权利的同性民事结合的制度,被称为是对LGBT(性少数者群体)较为宽容的社会,但承认与异性间结婚完全同等的同性结婚法律至今仍未能成立。抱着对LGBT宽容的社会和不承认保证多种生存方式的法律制度的政治之间的差距的疑问,希望能亲眼看到实际的现状,我因此而参加了本项目。
在悉尼的研修中,我得知了“语言造就了少数派”。比如, same-sex marriage这个说法就只意味着同性之间的结婚。但使用marriage equality的话,就可以表述针对所有人的结婚的平等,这样可以让更多的人参与进来。让我实际感受到了语言可以将少数派从多数派中分割出来产生歧视,也可以将多数派和少数派连接在一起。
本项目,从课题研究、寻找在澳大利亚的访问地点,到预约等从零开始都由自己安排。对于关心人权问题的学生来说,是非常具有刺激性的项目,请一定尝试挑战。