Asia-Europe Intercultural City Summit 2012 Hamamatsu


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With the progression of globalization, “interculturalism” is becoming an increasingly important theme in international society. In the midst of this, together with promoting partnership between intercultural cities in Asia and Europe, and to share knowledge and experience in order to transmit the importance of interculturalism to the international society, mayors and officials from Asia and Europe will assemble in Hamamatsu for the holding of the “Asia-Europe Intercultural City Summit 2012 Hamamatsu” on October 25th & 26th.

Hamamatsu Declaration (PDF:185KB)


Dates October 25th (Thursday) and 26th (Friday)
Venue Act City Hamamatsu Congress Center
(111-1 Itaya-machi, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu)
Organizers Hamamatsu City , The Japan Foundation
Co-organizers Council of Europe , Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR)
Supported by Cabinet Office of Government of Japan, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan Intercultural Academy of Municipalities (JIAM)

Participating mayors

Japan Deputy Mayor of Higashiosaka City, Mayor of Ota City, Mayor of Shinjuku City, Mayor of Hamamatsu City
Korea Mayor of Gwangmyeong City, Mayor of Gwangsan-gu, Deputy Mayor of Guro-gu, Deputy Mayor of Cheonan City
Europe Mayor of Employment and Integration, Copenhagen City [Denmark], Vice Mayor of Rotterdam City [The Netherlands], Lord Mayor of Dublin City [Ireland]

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Inquiry

Europe, Middle East and Africa Section
Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange Department, The Japan Foundation

Tel: 03-5369-6071 / Fax: 03-5369-6041
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