[KineJapan] letter to the Japanese Ministry of Justice
eija at helsinkicineaasia.fi
Wed May 26 04:42:19 EDT 2021
Would be happy to sign and share, but how does one do it? Copy-paste the
form, download to acrobat adobe reader, add signature, save, and upload
again here (to whom?)? Please advise.
Helsinki Cine Aasia
ke 26. toukok. 2021 klo 10.30 Irene Gonzalez-Lopez via KineJapan (
kinejapan at mailman.yale.edu) kirjoitti:
> Dear all,
> Apologies for cross posting. Many of you may have already seen (and
> signed) this letter to the Japanese Ministry of Justice demanding changes
> in the country’s current border policies to help researchers, teaching
> staff and students enter the country and continue with their work and
> personal lives.
> In addition to the extreme difficulties and uncertainty researchers trying
> to enter Japan are facing, according to the Japanese Embassy in Spain,
> even if one is eligible to enter the country based on the few acknowledged
> exceptions, individuals with 'dependent' visa status (married partner,
> children) are not allowed into the country. This adds to the already
> terrible situation that unmarried couples or married same-sex partners face
> when trying to apply for a visa.
> Please sign and share widely!
> Best wishes,
> *Irene **González-López, PhD*
> Research Associate, Kingston University
> Postdoctoral Fellow, Meiji Gakuin University
> *Tanaka Kinuyo: Nation, Stardom and Female Subjectivity (Edinburgh
> University Press, 2018)
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