JFCネットワークは、日本人とフィリピン人の間に生まれた子どもたち(Japanese-Filipino Children:JFC)を支援するNPOです。

特定非営利活動法人 JFCネットワーク




9月30日(土)、10月1日(日)はグローバスフェスティバルでした。※English is below.
①Japanese Filipono Children
②Japanese Food Club
③Japan Fasion Center
2) JFCネットワークは来年何周年になるでしょうか?
3) 日本で外国籍の子どもが原告となった違憲判決は史上何件あるでしょうか?
さて、みなさん、わかりますか? 3問目はマニアックで難しいのですが、それを説明して理解者を増やすために、スタッフは一人ひとりに熱心に国籍確認訴訟のことを説明しました。
2) 30周年
3) 1件(※最高裁判所で外国籍の子が原告となり最高裁判所で違憲判決を受けたのは史上1件です)
On September 30 (Sat.) and October 1 (Sun.) there was the GLOBUS FESTIVAL.
JFC Network had participated in the festival every year when it was called “International Cooperation Festival” back when it was held at Hibiya Park, so it had been several years since our last participation.
Many people visited our booth over the two days, some of whom we had missed very much, and we had a lot of good meetings with them.
We offered a free handicrafts if you answered three questions in the quiz, so some people were attracted by the handicrafts and stopped by our booth.
There were three quizzes.
(1) What does “JFC” mean?
①Japanese Filipino Children
②Japanese Food Club
③ Japan Fasion Center
2) How many years will the JFC Network celebrate next year?
3) How many cases of unconstitutional judgments have been made in Japan in which children of foreign nationality were plaintiffs?
Well, can you answer the three questions? The third question is maniacal and difficult, but in order to explain it and have more people understand, the staffs explained about the nationality confirmation lawsuit to each of the participants enthusiastically.
I was exhausted after the festival both days because I was talking all the time💦.
Intern students Shun-san and Takeya-san came to help us, and Serina-san, Natsumi-san, and Ayumi-san who are JFC were also there, which really helped us a lot.
Thank you so much to everyone who stopped by our booth.
Thank you so much to everyone who came to help us.
We look forward to working with you in the future. ♪
[Answers to the quiz
1) ①Japanese-Filipino children
2) 30th anniversary
3) 1 case (*One case in history in Japan where a foreign child was a plaintiff in the Supreme Court and was found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court)