月: 2021年1月

感染症拡大とメンタルヘルス: 東北大学の場合

By Trishit Banerjee | Translated by Kiyou Kamisawa With isolation and income reduction, students are very vulnerable. Voice Up Japan surveyed students at Tohoku University to understand how the pandemic has been affecting their mental health. In April 2020, Tohoku University announced ¥400 million emergency assistance for students affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, a December 2020 Ashinaga survey of 1,690 university students it supports financially across Japan found that 25% of respondents contemplated quitting university in the pandemic. With isolation growing from more students being confined to their homes in addition to the reduction in their incomes, Voice Up Japan surveyed students at Tohoku University to understand how …

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日本の婦人科のセックスポジティブヴプローチ

n Sakie Ladies Clinic in Nagoya, Doctor Sakie Niwa and Shiori Nagashima approach gynecology in a sex-positive way. Voice Up Japan met them to talk about inclusion in practices and to understand issues that surround gynecology, not only limited to health but also related to many other factors such as the low representation of female politicians in the Diet.