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Realization of an Inclusive Society
We define an "inclusive society" as a society where people can feel happy and lively, transcending differences such as gender, nationality, age, disability, and sexual orientation, and accepting various positions and values. With the aim of realizing such a society, we conduct enlightenment activities such as symposiums and other educational programs for the general public.
|December 10, 2022
Developing the "Power to Thrive" for High School Students with Foreign Backgrounds
– What support needed based on the current educational situation
|December 19, 2021
Developing the "power to thrive" for high school students who have international backgrounds -towards a society where you can make free choices for your dreams-
Shared the current issues and problems of high school students living in Japan who had an international background and thought about what we could do from each standpoint
|August 17, 2021
Changing the future with correct understanding of LGBTQ +
-the circle of "Arai" spreading from high school students-
Thought about what we could do from tomorrow with high school students, who would lead the future, for a deeper understanding of concerns and conflicts of LGBTQ+ people to realize a society where each individual is respected
|December 20, 2020
Cultivating the "power to thrive" for high school students who have international backgrounds -the way of support considering the actual situation of education and employment-
Thought about supporting high school students living in Japan, who are important for Japanese society, for higher education and employment
|January 26, 2020
Symposium: Going Beyond the Spirit of Hospitality (Hitachi City)
We listened to a talk about emotional barriers to the realization of a multicultural symbiotic & diverse society from a Japanese mentality, and pursued the topic of the spirit of thoughtful hospitality.
|November 4, 2019
Symposium: Barriers to Realizing a Diverse Society in Japan – Globalization of the Heart (Tokyo)
In recent years, the number of non-Japanese people living in Japan has continued to grow, reaching 2.66 million to become more than 2% of the overall population for the first time. Labor shortages will become a reality in Japan through the steadily progressing population decline, and expectations for non-Japanese workers are increasing. We pursued the topics of the current situation of a multicultural symbiotic & diverse society in Japan and the emotional barriers from a Japanese mentality, listening to experts about what we ought to do to increase the globalization of our hearts.