Every Child

Has Two Parents


K NET Demonstration in Tokyo

Aug. 29th 2009   4:30PM


In Japan when parents divorce, the Japanese system of isingle parent authority makes it so that the parent without authority becomes unable to meet with their child.  If the parent with authority remarries, then their children also remarries. The left behind parent is no longer able to meet his or her child.

We will demonstrate at starbucks.  Demonstration starts from small park near Kunitachi Daigaku Dori, 5 min. from Kunitachi station south exit. start time: about 16:30

Meet on August 29th * time 12:30 in Building 1classroom 1304  on the East Campus of Hitsubashi University.

The speakers include Attorny Isamu Kojima.

Mr. Kojima will discuss the japanese constitution and how families are not represented due to discrimination.

For further information contact 042-573-4010 (space F) kyodosinken-owner@yahoogroups.jp

donation 500 yen

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