Period:  September ~ October 2023
Participants: 18
Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC)
    • Chim Saina (Faculty of Electrical Engineering)
Brawijaya University (UB)
    • Daffa Putra Narendra (Faculty of Computer Science)
Hasanuddin University (UNHAS)
    • Nurdita Fahira(Faculty of Engineering)
Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB)
    • Binda Intan Zahrani (Faculty of Art and Design)
Syiah Kuala University (USK)
    • Muhammad Raja Al Sahhaf (Faculty of Engineering)
UNESCO Jakarta 
    • Fitrie Atviana Nurritasari
Keio University (KEIO)
    • Koko Kimura (Faculty of Environment and Information Studies)
    • Nina Matsumoto (Faculty of Policy Management)
    • Wataru Yamamoto (Faculty of Policy Management)
    • Zhang Mingxuan (Faculty of Science and Technology)
University of Malaya (UM)
    • Muhammad Danish Bin Razlanshah (Faculty of Engineering)
University of Science of Malaysia (USM)
    • Veytri Yogan (Faculty of Computer Science)
Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University (TU)
    • Aashish Karki (Faculty of Electronics and Computer Engineering)
Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST)
    • Le Huyen Trang (School of Information and Communication Technology)
Fieldwork Host (Keio University)
  • Eliko Akashi (Keio University Global Research Institute)
  • Goki Miyakita (Keio Museum Commons)
  • Kiyoko Itagaki(Keio University Global Research Institute)
  • Yu Homma (Keio Museum Commons)
The course focused on the Evidence-Based Approach method; data collection, analysis, visualization, and storytelling. Participants visited Hokkaido, Japan, to collect evidence of Indigenous communities’ traditions and rights, investigate the pressing environmental challenges facing the region, and explore the social aspects crucial for diversity and inclusion.
By immersing themselves in the local cultures, the participants gained significant insights into sustainability and cultural preservation, seeing parallels that reflected their own culture and environmental approaches. This mutual reflection fostered a deep understanding among each participant, stressing the significance of addressing these multifaceted challenges not only for ourselves, but also for future generations.
*Visited Places and supporters
  • Idemitsu Kosan Co,.Ltd. Hokkaido Refinery
  • Upopoy National Ainu Museum and Park
  • Regional Restaurant Grandma in Shiraoi Town
  • Hokkaido University (The Hokkaido University Museum, etc.)

Final Outcomes will be shared at the final presentation from 18:15 (UTC+9),  29 November, 2023.  Please click here to access YouTube
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