Today 10 participants presented their personal history to share their experiences among the participants and the Japanese relevant personnel.
The briefing room was full of audience. Five planning committee members were present to raise questions and give comments. Also six trainees of Duskin Leadership Training joined to this program. As two of them were persons with hearing impairments, two sign language interpreters came to secure information access for everyone. Duskin trainees also contributed to the session by raising many questions.
All presentations were different from one another e.g. using power point, showing video clips, playing background music etc., but they were all informative. Through sharing information and experiences, we could get to know more about each other and lay foundation for further mutual understanding.