Tokyo Professionals Management Group is partnering with the Conrad Tokyo for a business networking night on Tuesday February 7th. The networking night is scheduled from 7:00pm at one of Tokyo’s most luxurious downtown hotels
Tuesdays and Thursdays mornings, 9:30am ~ 12:30 pm* Introductory session on Saturday, February 18th* Final session on Saturday, May 12th Training location: Wesley Center 2F, 6-10-11 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and fluent in English. Potential candidates will be interviewed
Workshop on Quality and Accountability, January 30th, Tokyo Randy- Was looking up Sphere trainings and came across this. Announcement attached. If Peace Winds didn’t know about it I thought it might interest them. You’re probably a presenter and are all over this. --Angela Workshop on Quality and Accountability Event details Location: Tokyo, Japan Date: 30 Jan 2012 Event time: 10:00 to 17:00 Purpose: This one day basic level orientation aims at introducing two Quality and Accountability tools namely HAP Standard and Sphere Minimum Standards. Expected Output: Participants will be able to learn the overview and basics of HAP standard and Sphere Minimum Standards. Target Audience: NGOs, INGOs, Government Authorities. Language: English and Japanese. Criteria: Senior management and middle management staff who have no prior knowledge of HAP & Sphere. Organized by: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. Supported by: Church World Service-Asia/Pacific, Oxfam Japan, Japan NGO Center for International C…
We have just posed a very brief report online. Please see below.
http://www.npfree.jp/english/others/20120116_post_conf_ann.html Post Conference Announcement(Jan 16, 2012) Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World: 11,500 participants January 16, 2012
Organizing Committee Announcement The Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World was held at Pacifico Yokohama on 14 and 15 January 2012. 6000 people on the first day and 5500 on the second, including 100 international participants from over 30 countries, gathered at the conference, with a total of 11,500 participants. The conference was broadcast live over the internet, with an audience of approximately 100,000.
At the closing of the conference, the "Yokohama Declaration for a Nuclear Power Free World" was announced. The Yokohama Declaration emphasises 1) the protection of the rights of those affected by the Fukushima nuclear…
FEW January Meeting 2011 - Community Service and FEW “what we can do together!”DateThursday, January 12, 2012 Time7:00pm - 10:00pmVenueThe Wesley Center Minami Aoyama, 6-10-11 Minami AoyamaPrice3000 yen members 5000 yen guests Includes Dinner and DrinksRSVPfew@gol.com Join us at our January 12, 2012 monthly meeting for a panel discussion featuring our three Community Service Strategic Partners, Peace Boat, TELL Tokyo English Life Line, and Resilience.
In the spirit of helping the community and empowering women, one of FEW’s roles is to connet with several NGO’S and charitable organizations every year, learning about and assisting in their activities. The January meeting will be an opportunity for FEW members and guests to meet and get inspired by these organizations and their efforts to make our world a better place.
TELL (Tokyo English Life Line) is an accredited registered NPO that has been providing support and western-style counseling to the international and Japanese co…
The GLOBAL CONFERENCE FOR A NUCLEAR POWER FREE WORLD - 2012 YOKOHAMA January 14-15, 2012.
This will be a large scale international conference held at Pacifico Yokohama, with 10,000 participants, including over 100 international guests.
There will be plenary sessions, workshops, booths, exhibitions, film screenings and more.
The conference will gather voices from Japan and abroad on creating a nuclear power free world, with many hints from experts around the world.
This will be an opportunity to learn more about the reality of the Fukushima nuclear accident, and share wisdom and ideas on actions that can be taken. It is a chance for people to come together and discuss how we can protect future generations and create a more sustainable world.
Organized by a coalition of Japanese organizations with support from around the world, we still need your cooperation!
Many groups from Fukushima will also attend the conference, including parents and children.
In order for this pro…
I did not see this until after Christmas -- I did not get the email until Dec 23 for crying out loud ---
worth sharing anyway --
"The idea of Share Your Christmas is simple. Children (and adults) choose a present from the many received on Christmas Day and send it, wrapped or re-wrapped to Tohoku, where it will be passed on to a child (or adult) in need..."
read more here http://www.shareyourchristmas.org/
Living Dreams NPO Full-time DirectorPosition Opening in January 2012 Living Dreams NPO (founded 2006) enriches and empowers the lives of over 3,000 children who live in children’s homes (orphanages) in the Tokyo & Tohoku area. We deliver effective and enriching opportunities to the over 50 homes (including 19 homes in Tohoku) through our Learning, Arts, Sports and Technology (L.A.S.T.) programs. www.livingdreams.jp We are looking for a Director who is motivated, passionate and inspired to make a difference in the lives of the children we serve. This position best suits someone who is organized, pays attention to small detail and understands the importance of being flexible and open-minded.Bilingual Japanese woman preferred. Director’s core responsibilities are to -Collaborate with Living Dreams community to effectively implement our L.A.S.T. programs. - -Conduct continual assessment interviews/surveys through Home Communications Managers to ensure we are meeting the homes needs. -Ensure…