Grande conférence du 4 Juin en collaboration avec la CCIFJ : « Digital Media, a way towards Women’s Empowerment? »

Digital Media, a way towards Women’s Empowerment?

 

Digital Media - internet, mail, Facebook, Twitter, computer games…- is a new communication tool ignoring the traditional gap between nations, hierarchy and genders. The younger generation, including young women, is called “Digital Native”, which means that young people are “native speakers” of the digital language of computers, video games and the Internet, and thus break the traditional communication codes and ways of expressing themselves. Could Digital Media be a tool for Women to increase their share of voice and break the glass ceiling? 

 

The conference on Thursday June 4th will focus on this question and highlight the multitude of ways Digital Media has changed Women’s life, discussing everything from communication to leadership.

 

Within this conference organized jointly by Femmes Actives Japon (FAJ Association) and the Women in Business Committee, we will try to understand how Women are currently using Digital Media in their life, analyzing the present situation in Japan, in France and other countries, and comparing with how classic media expressed women’s life in the past. After presenting a Japanese woman’s success story through Digital Media, our speakers will debate about the various challenges new media are facing to empower Women in our contemporary societies.

 

Our Speakers:

 

 Topic expertsKaori Hayashi from Todai University and Kyungjoo Kim from Tokai University

 


Kaori Hayashi is Professor of Media and Journalism Studies at the Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, the University of Tokyo. She previously worked as an economic correspondent at Reuters Japan from 1988 to 1991. After completing her Ph.D. at the University of Tokyo in 2001, she was a post-doctoral researcher in the Sociology Department at the University of Bamberg, Germany. 

 

 

 

 


Hiromi Ohnishi
 : Executive Director of Digital Business/International Affairs/Education Business at The Asahi Shimbun. An eminent journalist graduated from the faculty of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo University. Visiting Scientist at the Center for Civic Media at MIT Media Lab from 2013 to 2014 . She developed her career in the digital media at The Asahi Shimbun since 1999.

 

 

 

 

 

Kyungjoo Kim : Associate Professor at the International Department of Tokai University College of Arts and Sciences. She specializes in sociolinguistics (communication and media theory) and works on Japanese and Korean media. She has a PhD from the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Ewha Woman’s University (Korea)

 

 

 

 

 

Miki Iwamura :  Google Managing Director, APAC Brand & Marketing CMO, Japan, Women@Google Japan Chapter Chair

Miki Iwamura oversees Google Consumer Marketing in APAC and all the marketing activities across B2C and B2B for Japan. Since she joined in 2007, she started major marketing activities including x-media brand campaign for the first time in Google globally and contributed to Google to become No.1 Consumer Brand in Japan in 2010. Most recently she is leading the Asia Pacific wide efforts to empower women by connecting them with possibility of technology. 

Prior to Google, she was brand CEO of one of the luxury brands at Richemont. Her broad experience also includes CMO/EVP at Dentsu and she also taught strategy and marketing as Associate Professor at Nihon University.  She holds a bachelor's degree from College of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo University and MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

 

 

 

Sonja Blaschke has an M.A. in International Business and Cultural Studies from Passau University (Germany) and completed a postgraduate course in journalism at Freie Journalistenschule (Berlin, Germany). A fluent Japanese speaker, she moved to Tokyo in July 2005 as a freelance print journalist, author and TV production coordinator/producer and works with various media such as Die Welt, Spiegel Online, Stuttgarter Zeitung, Zeit Online, ZDF, ARD (BR, SWR), ARTE and many others…

 

 

 

The conference is open to FAJ and CCIFJ members as well as external guests (for external participants, please send an email with your name and your guests' names at contact@femmesactivesjapon.org)The debate will be followed by a buffet at the brasserie of the French Institute.

 

 

Details

Date: Thursday June 4th, 2015

Time: from 19:00 to 21:30, doors open at 18:45

Venue: Institut Francais du Japon

Adress: 15 Ichigaya-funagawara-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8415

Map: http://www.institutfrancais.jp/tokyo/fr/about/contact/

Language: English

Participation fee: 4500 yens (incl. food and drinks : buffet  at La Brasserie de l'Institut)

Deadline for registration: June 3rd.

Payment at the door.

Payment will be required for cancellations or no-show after this deadline. Register for this event

To register for this event, please click here .

 

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