The 3rd Special International Seminar ”SDGs : Future We Want”
The Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS), Kyoto University, organizes The 3rd Special International Seminar ”SDGs : Future We Want”.
The seminar will be full of valuable information for those who wish to think capabilities for problem-solving needed in International Organizations.
Please feel free to come to the seminar.
|Date and Time||December 18th, 2017, 17:00～18:00|
|Venue||Kyoto University, Higashi Ichijo-kan (2F), Lecture Hall Intended Audience
1 Nakaadachi-cho, Yoshida, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
|Intended for||All students,faculty members and staff in Kyoto Univerisity|
“SDGs : Future We Want”
Tetsuo Kondo （Director, UNDP Representation Office in Tokyo）
Mr. Tetsuo Kondo assumed his current position as Director, UNDP Representation Office in Tokyo, in January 2014. Prior to this, he was serving as Country Director, UNDP Chad (2010-2013). He also served as Deputy Resident Representative Programme/Operations, UNDP Kosovo (2007-2010); Senior Humanitarian Coordination Advisor, UNMIT Timor Leste (2006); Senior Advisor, UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok (2005-2006); Special Advisor to the SRSG, UN Mission for Assistance to Iraq (UNAMI), Amman and Bagdad (2004); Special Advisor/Senior Programme Advisor, Bureau for Resources and Strategic Partnerships (BRSP), UNDP New York (2001-2004).
Before joining UNDP, he held various positions with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MoFA): Vice-President of UNDP/UNFPA Executive Board (Representative of Western Europe and Others Group) (2000), First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations, New York (1996-1999); Assistant Director, Law of the Sea Office, Treaty Bureau, MoFA (1992-1996); UN Bureau (1989-1992); Embassies of Japan in Zaire (DRC) (1986-1989) and France (1982-1986); Treaty Bureau, MoFA (1981).
Tetsuo holds a Masters-equivalent degree from Jones International University, USA and a B.A. in Economics from Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan. He currently also serves as an Adjunct Professor (Global Health Policy) at the University of Tokyo (2011- ).
Q&A session will be conducted by English and Japanese.
|Fee||Free of charge|
|Inquiries||The Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS)
Email：gsais-ie*mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp(Please replace the * with @)