2017年9月12日 卓話:山本愛一郎様「Nostalgic Nationalism(懐旧的国家主義)」(2017/09/01)

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一般財団法人日本国際協力センター総務部特任部長兼北米欧州室長

山本愛一郎様

「Nostalgic Nationalism(懐旧的国家主義)」

 

 

【山本愛一郎 様 プロフィール】

(職歴)

1979年  国際協力事業団(JICA)入社

(本部、インドネシア勤務の後)

1995年  同国際緊急援助隊事務局業務課長

1998年  同評価部調査役

2000年  国際連合東チモール平和維持部隊(PKO)上級民政官

2001年   JICA英国事務所長 (ロンドン駐在)

2005年  同アフリカ部調査役

2007年  同アメリカ合衆国事務所長(ワシントン駐在)

2010年  同地球ひろば副所長

2012年  「フレンズ・オブ・ヨーロッパ」客員研究員

兼JICA欧州連合主席駐在員 (ブリュッセル駐在)

2015年~ 一般財団法人日本国際協力センター(JICE)北米・欧州室長

 

(学歴)

1979年  東京外国語大学英米語学科卒

1989年  米国コロンビア大学行政管理学修士

 

(ボランティア歴)

2009年~  NPO法人国連クラシックライブ協会プロデューサー・顧問

 

Aiichiro Yamamoto

Special Assistant to the President / Director for North America & Europe Division, Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE).

 

Mr. Yamamoto serves as instructor of professional English to the JICE staff and edits its English documents and publications. He also advises JICE’s programs for North America and Europe.

 

Before joining JICE, Mr. Yamamoto was Associate Fellow of Friends of Europe, a European policy think tank based in Brussels, also representing Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to the European Union. He graduated with a BA in English Literature from the University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, and gained an MA in Public Administration from Columbia University, New York, New York. He joined JICA in 1979, and has filled numerous posts both in Tokyo and overseas. He worked in Dili, East Timor, on secondment to the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) as Head of the Economic Planning and Project Assessment Unit (2000-2001). More recently, he served as Resident Representative of the JICA United Kingdom Office (2001-2005), where he supported JICA’s operation in Africa, Middle-East and the Caucasus Region. He also worked for two and half years as Emergency Relief Operations Director of the Secretariat of the Japan Disaster Relief Team at JICA.  He took up his post as Senior Assistant to Director-General of Africa Department of JICA in August 2005. His tasks included monitoring international aid trends and donor coordination on Africa as well as promoting “One Village One Product” movement, which is to promote community-based business activities and to create a pro-poor value chain for small producers in Africa. From October 2007 to April 2010 he was based in Washington DC as Chief Representative of JICA in the United States serving as a focal point of partnership and collaboration with US based aid organizations such as USAID, MCC, UNDP, the World Bank and IDB.