I am a second year Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies student originally from Hiroshima, Japan, and a current intern at United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research in Geneva. During my study at MIIS, I worked as a graduate research assistant for Critical Issues Forum at James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
Areas of interest
My areas of interest are nuclear disarmament/nonproliferation, education, multilateral diplomacy, and civil society engagement in disarmament process.
My project is called “Bake Don’t Bomb.” Learning from climate movement and other social justice activists, my project sells bomb-shaped cookie cutter instruction online in order to raise public awareness about nuclear issues and to diversify options for civil society to take social actions at home.