“Have a Natter!” with our Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) (Question and Answer Day)
What is a Coordinator for International Relations (CIR)?
Coordinators for International Relations are young people from overseas assigned to a local public body by the national government’s Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme to work in international exchange.
There are two Coordinators for International Relations in place in the City of Hiroshima, and they work in the International Relations Division of Hiroshima City Hall and the International Relations and Cooperation Division of the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation.
About “Have a Natter!” (Question and Answer Day)
“Have a Natter!” is a colloquial expression in the UK, meaning to chat casually. Why don’t you have a chat with Mark McPhillips, our Coordinator for International Relations Mark from the UK, and other participants?
Mark is from Manchester in the UK, and leads the event..
Note: The event is held in English in odd-numbered months and Japanese in even-numbered months.
It is generally held on the 4th Wednesday of every month from 2:45PM to 3:45PM in the International Relations lounge on the first floor of the International Conference Center Hiroshima.
To apply, please contact the International Exchange Lounge by phone (082-247-9715). Applications are open from the 15th day of each month. The maximum number of participants is 10.
If you would like to privately ask questions or discuss something, there is time set aside before “Have a Natter!” from 11:00 am for about 15 minutes per group.
To apply, please contact by phone (082-242-8879) from the 15th day of the month in question. Advance reservation is required, and the maximum number of groups is 3.