[KineJapan] letter to the Japanese Ministry of Justice

Lorenzo Javier Torres Hortelano lorenzojavier.torres.hortelano at urjc.es
Wed May 26 04:53:08 EDT 2021

Thanks, Irene, happy to sign.
Hope this will have some effect!

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De: KineJapan <kinejapan-bounces at mailman.yale.edu> En nombre de Eija Niskanen via KineJapan
Enviado el: miércoles, 26 de mayo de 2021 10:42
Para: Japanese Cinema Discussion Forum <kinejapan at mailman.yale.edu>
CC: Eija Niskanen <eija at helsinkicineaasia.fi>
Asunto: Re: [KineJapan] letter to the Japanese Ministry of Justice

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.

Eija Niskanen
Programming director
Helsinki Cine Aasia
+358-50-355 3189

ke 26. toukok. 2021 klo 10.30 Irene Gonzalez-Lopez via KineJapan (kinejapan at mailman.yale.edu<mailto: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
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