A Japanese Group of Private Assistance to Vietnam. Its members dedicate part of their spare time to organize support for Vietnam.
The CAMBOREN group was launched in the year2003, by Fr. Bonet to assist projects directed to help poor people of a small village of Sisopon in the North West of Cambodia. Camboren members cooperate with programs there led by the Cambodian Jesuit Social Services (JSC). The assistance provided is not only material, but also in the fields of education, health and rural development. The stres is on “human development programs”.
ADACHI INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY （AIA)
The AIA is a Pilot Educational Project oriented to provide basic educational tools to children (6-15 years old) born to foreign parents that live in the Adachi region and its surroundings.AIA offers children a safe and warm place to develop themselves and tries to give them a Holistic Education, emphasizing a “person to person” approach. At the same time, AIA assists adult migrant workers to get knowledge about the Japanese system and culture.
The migration desk was opened in 2011 to coordinate a number of activities already taken at the social center in the past with refugees and foreign workers in Japan and Asian countries. The desk has reprinted a booklet “KANGEI SARENAI GAIKOKUJIN” published in Japanese, in 2007, and visits from time to time people in detention centers where foreign workers are waiting for deportation. It runs a free legal consultation service with a group of lawyers and supports the educational project of AIA in Adachi ward.
ECOLOGY A BIT LATE
A Catholic network for environmental issues.
R A S A
A volunteer group of youth promoting living experiences in rural regions of Thailand, as well as supporting Asian students in Japan.
TABIJI no SATO ( Jesuit Center for Homeless Workers )
A center established in 1982 for homeless day-Laborers living in Kamagasaki(Osaka)
SHIMONOSEKI LABOR EDUCATION CENTER
This Jesuit Center was built in 1966, in Shimonoseki. The place has been used for workers’ training seminars. At present local citizens’ groups use also its facilities.
CATHOLIC TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CENTER (CTIC)
The center was established in 1990 as a commemorative institution for the centenary celebration of the Archdiocese of Tokyo, in order to be of service and support to the Migrants who are living in Japan.We assist and support Migrants in difficult situations so that they can easily integrate in the Japanese society and be able to forge good relationships with them.In order that the Catholic Church in Japan will welcome Migrants into the parish communities, we collaborate and encourage openness in the churches so that regardless of cultural differences the whole community will care for the church together, share roles and projects sharing the same faith.For mutual enrichment in the Japanese society, we espouse the promotion of respect for human rights and dignity regardless of nationality, culture, religion, gender and social status.