Posted by Dr. ARUDOU, Debito on August 8th, 2007
Hi Blog. Trans-Pacific Radio has just released another interview, with a mix of the light and heavier:
TPR Spotlight: Debito Arudou on the Foreign Labor Market (& Duran Duran), Part 1 of 2
Filed under: Trans-Pacific Radio, TPR Spotlight
Posted by DeOrio at 1:34 pm on Tuesday, August 7, 2007
As well-known as he is, not many people know that human rights activist Debito Arudou is as passionate about Duran Duran as he is about anything.
Don’t worry, though – in this interview Debito and Ken Worsley discuss the foreign labor market in Japan – where it’s united, where it’s fractious, and where it still needs help – as well as what is being done to improve conditions and opportunities for foreign workers, and what needs to be done in the future. This is an important issue that relates to Japan’s economic future, and immigration policy (or reform) still seems untouchable within the nation’s political discourse. Why is this so?
Debito in Sapporo