菅政権とメディアをよむ

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Overworked Public Health Workers struggle to meet the demands of COVID-19

Labour Union fights for change for Japanese Public Health Care Workers Sachie Akasugi (not her real name) is beyond exhausted. A worker at a public...

Prizewinning women writers help to bridge Japan’s gender gap

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Compelling women’s fiction in Japan hardly began with its two brightest contemporary stars, Mieko Kawakami and Sayaka Murata. Yoko Tawada won the Akutagawa Prize...

職場から築き上げる男女平等

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長崎市幹部から性暴力を受けた女性記者が市に謝罪と賠償を求める

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Living and dying on the streets in Japan

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The murder of an elderly homeless woman in Tokyo in November was another reminder of the vulnerability of people living on the streets, even in one of the world’s safest cities. Misako Obayashi, 64, was hit on the head, apparently with a bag of rocks, while sitting at a bus stop near Sasazuka Station in the early hours of Nov 16. Her alleged killer, Kazuhito Yoshida, 46, reportedly offered her money to move elsewhere and became enraged when she refused.