The Cancellation of the IATSS Forum Spring Batch (May to July 2020)

We regret to announce that the 63rd IATSS Forum, scheduled from May to July 2020, has been canceled for the following reasons.

  1. The number of COVID-19 infections in Japan still continues to increase at this moment, and it seems that this trend may continue for a while.
  2. Under these uncertain circumstances, we cannot guarantee a safe and healthy environment for participants and people concerned at the IATSS Forum.
  3. Travel to Japan may be restricted by the governments of respective countries.
  4. Upon the completion of the program in Japan, there is a risk of traveling restrictions back to respective countries from Japan. Even if participants are able to go back to their respective countries, they may be requested to engage in self-isolation for 14 days.

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Group Study Report

This is the result of the Theme Study Program Of the 62nd IATSS Forum (2019 Fall Forum).
The overall theme was “Sustainable Community Design”.
Participants were divided into 3 groups and discussed what the Sustainable Community Design is and how can Sustainable Community Design be actualized in a localized context.

The 62nd Theme Study Program Overview
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The 62nd batch (2019 Fall Forum)
Team: TRASHURE CENTRE
~The annual total generation of solid waste in Phnom Penh is estimated at close to 1 million tonnes a year, of which only a little over 700,000 tonnes is deposited in the landfill. To help reduce the amount of plastic waste generated, TRASHURE CENTRE will help promote awareness about the ill effects of plastic waste and the importance of waste segregation amongst the local community with the help of its stakeholders and will be physically involved in the waste segregation business.~
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The 62nd batch (2019 Fall Forum)
Team: GULBAHAR(NEW BEGINNINGS)
~In India, around 1 in 7 people (14.5%) have one or more mental illnesses, but total government expenditure on mental health is also very low at 0.057 USD per person. Hence people with mental illnesses are unlikely to get the right access to treatment, especially in rural areas with insufficient infrastructure. Gulbahar aims to reduce the number of people who are suffering from Common Mental Disorders (CMD) and their consequences without care in Jharkhand state, India.~
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The 62nd batch (2019 Fall Forum)
Team: FWF(Friends with Food)
~Nowadays, waste management is an urgent problem in Jakarta. This project is focused on food waste and solving the issue on the consumer side of the issue. Friends with Food (FWF) seeks to act as a facilitator within communities to change consumer behavior to sort their waste and reduce food loss.~
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