Recovering from Disaster: Resilience and the Importance of Social Networks in Tohoku
How does a community rebuild after a devastating disaster like the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011? How important is a strong social network in these recovery efforts? How are social networks supported in Japan? Event speakers will be discussing these questions and more.
Please join the virtual event on wellness and social resilience in Japan’s Tohoku region. Speakers include Faculty Affiliate and award-winning author Daniel Aldrich, Executive Director of World in Tohoku Mio Yamamoto, and Program Coordinator of Fukushima Cooperative Reconstruction Center Tsutomu Yamanaka, who will discuss their insights on Tohoku’s recovery from the 3/11 disaster and what it has taken to rebuild. Moderating the discussion will be Allentza Michel, Founder and Principal & Creative Director of Powerful Pathways.
The event will take place, Tuesday, May 25, from 6:00 to 7:00 PM ET. To register, click here.