The Asian Conference on the Social Sciences and Sustainability – December 21-22, 2017 in Hiroshima, Japan »
About ACSUS 2017
We welcome you to join us in Hiroshima, Japan for the Asian Conference on the Social Sciences and Sustainability (ACSUS 2017) from December 21-22, 2017 at the KKR Hotel Hiroshima. In addition, we are organizing a free, guided tour in English to visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
With the theme of ‘Resilience’ the conference will promote a critical understanding of the innovative and organic approaches from the social sciences toward sustainability. Our shared biosphere and rapid globalization ensure no country is immune from another’s problems and risks, which means a collective and multidisciplinary approach is essential for integrating environmental sustainability with economic and social sustainability.
Final submissions of 250 words in English are due by Friday, December 8, 2017. Click on the form below to submit your proposal today!
- Cultural Geography
- Economic Sustainability
- Law and International Relations
- Linguistic Sustainability
- Political Sustainability
- Public Policy
- Social Sustainability
- Other Areas (Please Specify)
Who Should Attend
This event will provide an interdisciplinary platform for academics, researchers, policy makers, students and professionals.
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Host Organizer Co-Chairperson
Mr. Yamada is a Charter and Founding Member of RID 2760 Rotary Club of Chubu Nagoya Mirai, where he also serves as a special adviser of the Polio Plus Committee of Japan. Between 2011 and 2016 he has organized and led several humanitarian and medical aid missions to India and Bhutan to assist with immunization efforts to eradicate polio in South Asia. Most recently, Mr. Yamada was appointed to serve on the strategic planning committee for the Rotary International Youth Exchange Program in Japan.
Host Organizer Co-Chairperson
Program Director, INTESDA,
Michael Sasaoka oversees special programs, events and business development for INTESDA, which mobilizes ideas and raises awareness for sustainable development and the Global Goals. Michael holds degrees in international business and Japanese from San Diego State University, USA. Combining his interests in business and education he has been involved with education and training in Japan for the past seventeen years at the secondary, tertiary and corporate level. His research interest include globalization, sustainable development and education rights.
Review and Editorial Committee
- Judith Britt McNeely, Ph.D., Writing/Literature, Collegiate Traveling Faculty, University of Maryland University College, Japan
- Luis Santiago, Ph.D., Graduate School of Planning, University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
- Harry Carley, M.A. ELT, M.A. Ed Tech., School of Humanities, Matsuyama University, Japan
- Susan Oguro, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
- Hui Yueh Hsieh, Ph.D., Visual Communication Design, Ming Chi University of Technology, Taiwan
- Lucas Kohnke, English Language Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
- James Harry Morris, School of Divinity, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom