United Nations Volunteer Daisuke Endo is Interviewed About His IOM Assignment in Azerbaijan
Daisuke Endo, a fourth-year student in the School of Policy Studies, was dispatched to Azerbaijan as a United Nations Volunteer. He was recently interviewed about work time at the International Organization for Migration and his role in supporting IOM’s mission, to enhance the humane and orderly management of migration and the effective respect for the human rights of migrants in accordance with international law.
Read the interview here.
KGU began dispatching student volunteers in partnership with UNV in 2004. As a program, this was the first of its kind in Asia. Since then, more than 100 students have been dispatched to over 30 developing countries, including Mongolia, Rwanda and Samoa. In 2013, a new initiative to establish the Youth Volunteer Japan Training Center for the UNV Program, which became the central hub for training youth volunteers in Japan, was launched between KGU and UNV. This initiative has enabled youth volunteers from across Japan to benefit from KGU's extensive expertise in training youth volunteers, and prepared them for their overseas assignments. Nominated Youth Volunteers are trained at the Center, where they will acquire fundamental skills for international cooperation in developing nations in areas such as information and communication technologies, education, campaigning for awareness, and youth aid.
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