Yoshiko TONEGAWA

Research Interest:

  • Civil Society, NGO, Basic Education, Education Policy and Planning, Community Participation

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Kobe University (March 2011)
  • Master of Arts, The George Washington University (May 2005)
  • Bachelor of Laws (Political Science), Keio University (September 2002)

Experiences

  • Shanti Volunteer Association(March 2011- February 2014)
  • Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University (March-June 2009)
  • Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE)(September–December 2007)
  • Embassy of Japan in Ethiopia(June 2005-April 2007)
  • World Bank(January–April 2005)
  • UNICEF-Ethiopia(May–July 2004)
  • World Learning (October 2003 – May 2004)

Publication

  • Tonegawa, Y. (2013). Analysis of the Relationships between Local Development NGOs and the Communities in Ethiopia: The Case of the Basic Education Sub-Sector. Union Press: Japan.
  • Tonegawa, Y. (2011). Analysis of the Relationships between Local Development NGOs and the Communities in Ethiopia: The Case of the Basic Education Sub-Sector. (Doctoral dissertation). Kobe University: Japan.
  • Tonegawa, Y. (2005). Multiculturalism in Education: Comparison of Anglophone Africa and Francophone Africa. (Master’s thesis). George Washington University: USA.

Academic Associations

  • Comparative International Education Society
  • Japan Society for International Development
  • Japan Comparative Education Society
  • Japan Association for African Studies
  • Japan Association for Nilo-Ethiopian Studies

Academic Conference Presentation

  • The 45th Annual Conference of Japan Comparative Education Society at Kobe University, Japan (June, 2010)
  • The 54th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, (Chicago, USA, March, 2010)
  • The 20th Annual Conference of Japan Society for International Development (Japan, November, 2009)
  • International Education Development Forum, The 6th Joint Seminar (Japan, October, 2009)
  • The Second Japan Forum on Educational Research in Africa (Japan, October, 2008)
  • The 43th Annual Conference of Japan Comparative Education Society (Japan, June, 2008)
  • The first Japan Forum on Educational Research in Africa (Japan, April, 2008)
  • The 18th Annual Conference of Japan Society for International Development (Japan, November, 2007)
  • A Conference of Student Research: Washington Consortium for International Training, (Washington, D.C., February, 2004) Educational Symposium for Research and Innovations (Washington, D.C., February, 2005)
  • Comparative and International Education: What’s New? The Washington Consortium for International & Comparative Education & Training, 2005 Student Research Conference (Washington, D.C., April, 2005)

Language/ Skills

  • Japanese (Native), English (Fluent), SPSS, HP, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Message to Potential Candidates to Ogawa Seminar

Professor Ogawa is very supportive and flexible. I am sure that you can learn a lot in Ogawa seminar.