Class code Q0708
Year 2021
Faculty/Graduate school ILAC Course
Previous Class title
Attached documents
Category (2018~) 2017年度以降入学者
ILAC科目
100番台 選択基盤科目
0群(自校教育、基礎ゼミ、情報、キャリア教育関連科目等)
Category (2017) 2016年度以前入学者
市ヶ谷基礎科目・総合科目
0群
Optional/Compulsory
Term スプリングセッション/Spring Session
Credit(s) 2
Day/Period 集中・その他
Campus
Classroom name
Grade
Notes
Open Program
Open Program
Global Open Program
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers
Interdepartmental class taking system for Academic Achievers
Class taught by instructors with practical experience

【Outline (in English)】
Living in a shelter in a disaster-stricken area in Japan is said to be inferior to refugee camps in the gymnasium of elementary and junior high schools, in light of the Sphere standards for humanitarian assistance activities. Many people, such as the elderly, people with disabilities, and mothers with infants, are unfamiliar with group life, and drastic improvement measures are required. Meals distributed at evacuation shelters are also being served daily with bread and instant foods.
On the other hand, overseas, as in Italy, an earthquake-prone country, there are cases where tents, toilets, and kitchen cars arrive in the disaster area immediately after the disaster, and each family lives an evacuation life while preparing hot meals, which is one reference.
In the first year (2019), we shared the issues of the current evacuation center and focused on designing a human-like evacuation life. In the second year (2020), we focused on designing and producing furniture and furnishings that would add richness to the evacuation life (complementing camping equipment) and use them in demonstration experiments. In the third year (2021),
(1) reconfirmation of university campus resources (fieldwork on campus)
(2) understanding of evacuation shelter management points (hearing to the national disaster volunteer support organization network)
(3) evacuation shelter management team Conduct building training (off-campus fieldwork) and compile policy recommendations for the realization of evacuation centers on university campuses.

【Default language used in class】
日本語 / Japanese