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Kawasaki City Representative Assembly for Foreign Residents

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2017-02-24

9th Member

In the assembly, foreign residents discuss everyday issues that affect them in their communities.

What does the assembly do?

general meeting

The assembly meets eight or nine times a year. During these meetings, participants discuss issues and challenges facing foreign residents in everyday life in their communities. They then present the content of their discussions in a report to the mayor and submit proposals regarding actions they would like to have taken.

Link to Proposals

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How does someone become a representative?

A Representatives are recruited for a two-year term. They are selected from among all applicants by the nominating committee and are then formally commissioned by the mayor.

Would you like to observe an Assembly Meeting?

―Anyone is welcome to come and observe the meetings!―

Link to Schedule

In addition, we may participate in events and surveys

The Open Forum

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International Festival In Kawasaki

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Multicultural Festibal1

The citizen’s festival

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Further Information  Link to Newsletter

Inquiries

The Human Rights and Gender Equality Office, Citizen Culture Bureau, Kawasaki City Office

Kawasaki Frontier Building 9F, 11-2 Ekimaehoncho, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City 210-0007

tel: 044-200-2359 fax: 044-200-3914 E-mail: 25gaikok@city.kawasaki.jp