◇ Edited by the National Network of Solidarity with Migrants ◇
There are now more than 2 million foreign nationals living in Japan. There are now many people with roots in foreign countries including multiracial children. But, whether working or going to school, it is a fact that foreign nationals often slam into the wall of the system in Japan in a variety of life's situations. With this new Japanese-English bilingual electronic version of Survival Manual, we provide practical answers to questions like, "What is the best thing I can do in this situation?" This book can help people to not only get over the language barrier, but also the wall of the system.
With the aim of creating a society in which people from different cultures and backgrounds can live together, the National Network of Solidarity with Migrants, which is active in many fields to help protect the rights of long-term foreign nationals in Japan, has produced this latest version of the Manual.
Covering such diverse subjects as procedures for entering the country, residency, work, national insurance, pregnancy, childbirth, divorce, domestic violence, and problems concerning children, this manual helps solve the many problems foreign nationals have to deal with, and is an invaluable aid to Japanese people who help and assist them.
This is an electronic book and can be bought at major e-book stores including the following:
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