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Learning Sustainable Lifestyles in the Japanese Countryside - Iwami Ginzan Silver Mines

Language: English

It takes a village to raise a child --- which is the spirit of a small village in Japan, Omori in Shimane Prefecture, where the UNESCO Leadership Symposium on Education for Sustainable Development took place in in March 2019. One of the participants, H.E. Jay Bir Rai, Minister of Education, Bhutan, said In order for a community to be sustainable, we need strong youth and for that we need quality education. A young Japanese American, Shun Ito, who is a new resident of Omori, added, Young people can contribute to the village by continuing to bring happiness into daily practice as taught in the tradition and its lifestyles

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Place/region: Iwami Ginzan, Omori, Japan, Asia and the Pacific
Type: Documentary
Production and personalities:
Participant: Jai Bir Rai
Publisher: UNESCO, Education for Sustainable Development
Coproducer/sponsor: From the People of Japan
Published in:
Rights: CC-BY-SA

Original: Video.MP4
Location: EV only
UMVS reference: SYNAV-2019-08-20-000416-EDKMS-HD
Rights holder: UNESCO