2023.10.18 イベント



今年の国際移住者デーでは、約30年前に来日し、現在は、移住連の理事であり、特定非営利活動法人CHARMの事務局として外国人支援に関わるポップ・プラー ポンキワラシンさんにお話いただきます。


December 18th is International Migrants Day, established by the United Nations to commemorate the adoption of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.
Although there are already more than 4 million migrants, refugees, and people with foreign backgrounds living in Japan, the country has yet to ratify this convention, even after 20 years since its enactment.

This year's International Migrants' Day will feature a talk by POP - Prach Pongkijvorasin, who came to Japan nearly 30 years ago and has been 
supporting foreign residents in Japan as a member of the non-profit organization CHARM. He is also a member of the board of directors of SMJ.

We would like this event to be an opportunity to think together about "the human rights of all of us who are here now", regardless of whether or not you are a migrant, refugee, or have foreign backgrounds. We look forward to your participation.


日  時 2023年12月16日(土)14:00-16:00

開催方法 オンライン開催

参 加  費 無料

言  語 日本語・英語・中国語

締  切 12月14日(木)


Date: December 16, 2023 (Saturday) 14:00-16:00

Venue: Online 

Participation Fee: Free

Languages: Japanese, English, Chinese

Registration Deadline: December 14, 2023 (Thursday)


1. 国際移住者デーメッセージ

メインスピーカー: ポップ・プラー ポンキワラシンさん


2. 移民コミュニティからのメッセージ

3. 移住連から「支援ネットワーク構築事業」活動報告


1.  International Migrants' Day Message

Speaker: POP - Prach Pongkijvorasin

Grew up in Bangkok, Thailand, and came to Japan nearly 30 years ago, originally as an exchange student at a Japanese high school. Since then, he has experienced life as a student in Japan and a office worker at a Japanese company. Currently, he works at the Osaka-based non-profit organization CHARM(Center for Health and Rights of Migrants), and he is also a member of the board of directors of SMJ. Through his work, he aims to achieve a society where all people living in Japan can live vibrant and fulfilling lives as their true selves.

2.  Messages from migrant communities

3.  Report on the Activities of "Support-Network Building Project" conducted by the Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan (SMJ)