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Japan New English Teachers' Association



    The aims of Shin-Eiken, New English Teachers' Association  are to clarify the purposes of teaching foreign languages and to create and develop a new English education that is rooted in democracy. It is based upon the ideals of the Constitution of Japan: peace, democracy, freedom, justice, and the pursuit of happiness. We believe that international understanding or global awareness by learning English leads to world peace. Shin-Eiken teachers want to help students integrate English learning into their actual lives so that they can communicate with people, global citizen to make a better world.



   IIPE 2012 report

    Brief Report on Developments Regarding Peace in Japan < 31 July, 2004 >
    'Article 9 Association SHIN-EIKEN' Founding Prospectus < August 1, 2005 (drafted by Nara) >
    Retract Iraq War Bill, Defend Article 9 of Constitution < June 5, 2003 >
    Against 'A Strategic Plan to Cultivate "Japanese with English Abilities" '  < November 2002 >
   Asian Youth Peace Seminar  <2004>
   Japan Korea Symposium: Exchange of English Education <2002>
Hokkaido Chapter
   The 5th Japanese Korean English Teachers' Conference <2005>
   Letters from Jeju
Member's article
   The role of Shin-eiken in promoting peace education in English classrooms
   < IKEDA Masumi & KIKUCHI Keiko, 1st Peace as a Global Conference Proceedings 2002 >
   The Children's Peace Statue & My English Class 
   < IKEDA, Masumi 1997 JALT Global Issues in Language Education: Issue 27 >
Member's letter
   A Letter to the M.L.King center by Osamu OBE, February 2nd, 2006
Other Link
   Criticisms of the Japanese Government Authorization of Japanese History Textbooks
   Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict < Japan > < GPPAC > < statements >
   Globgal Article9 Campain < Japanese > < English >

* Contact to Kazuya ASAKAWA, e-mail: kasan@mac.com