Workshop on Invisible Diversity Held at Mukogawa Women's University.


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The Takahashi Seminar (Professor Chieko Takahashi) of the School of Business Administration at Mukogawa Women's University and the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly Japan K.K. (Headquarters: Kobe, Japan; hereinafter "Eli Lilly Japan") held a workshop to learn about "invisible diversity" to promote understanding of health issues that are difficult to see.


Eli Lilly Japan is committed to contributing to the realization of a society in which everyone can live comfortably by understanding pains and disorders that are difficult for those around them to see, such as migraine, menstrual pain, and back pain, and as part of this commitment, the Invisible Diversity PROJECT was launched in 2020.


The workshop was held on November 29 at Mukogawa Women's University's main campus and attended by 19 members of the Takahashi Seminar. Eli Lilly Japan introduced the "Invisible Diversity PROJECT" and gave a lecture on "Invisible Diversity" using migraine headaches, one of the most common diseases, as an example.


Students who participated in the program shared their impressions, saying, "I felt that it is important to create an atmosphere in which it is easy to say things and to build a relationship with the person, even if you cannot guess everything," and "I felt that it is important to ask the person "what is wrong" when he or she seems to be having a hard time, or to ask what he or she wants to do.


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