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Seminar

AOA Webinar : SDGs Series 2 (Risk Reduction(Good health and disaster prevention)) 7/Sep/2021(Tue) 13:00(JST)

Following the 2nd AOA webinar 2021 held on 8/Jun titled “SDG series 1 (Introduction)”, we are pleased to announce the 3rd AOA webinar 2021 for the title of “SDGs Series 2 (Risk Reduction(Good health and disaster prevention))” as follows.

  1. Date/Time

7/Sep/2021(Tue) 13:00(JST)

  1. Presenters

-Ken Sakai, Deputy Director, Branding Strategy Department, Kokumin KyosaiCo-op(Japan)

-Kumar Shailabh, Executive Director, Uplift Mutuals(India)

-Sarah Macaulay, General Manager, Social Impact, Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia(RAC)(Australia)

  1. Platform

Zoom Webinar

  1. Simultaneous Interpretation

Simultaneous interpretation will be held between English and Japanese.

  1. Registration for participation

Please register for participation by 31/Aug(Tue) at the URL below. A Zoom invitation will be sent by email around 5 days before the webinar.

https://pro.form-mailer.jp/fms/5a6caa9d218237

  1. Others

-Please find here regarding presenters, agenda, presentation outline, and attention about Zoom.

-This event is for the ICMIF members only.

-After the webinar an email about a link of a recorded video is planned to be sent to the registered email address for persons who cannot attend on live and/or want to view repeatedly.

Please contact to Hiroko Kowada or Tsutomu Matsubara of the AOA Secretariat (secretariat@icmifasiaoceania.coop +81-3-5215-9108) if any questions arise.