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100 Actions

...to make Japan better. A “Silent Revolution” Initiated by 100 ActionsThe 100 Actions is a project to delineate Japan’s future visions through 100 actions, while promoting national policy debates. Companies...

Action 1. Basic Principles for 100 Actions

...media, such as blogs, online social networks and Twitter. Chapter 1 describes the five basic principles of 100 Actions. The Five Basic Principles of 100 Actions 1. Freedom, Self-Reliance and...

Yoshito Hori: The Origin of 100 Actions

Yoshito Hori explains how the 100 Actions project originated. Excerpt from the webpage: “100 Actions” is a project to create a vision for Japan while generating nationwide policy debate. Any...

G1 Is Changing Japan with 100 Actions

...unites, energizes, and inspires people to start moving in the same direction. The vision of the 100 Actions that we developed in consultation with Japan’s politicians has truly shifted the...

Action 99. Five Key Issues in “100 Actions”

...of Orix, said at a G1 Executive meeting. In this chapter, I will discuss five key issues in 100 Actions that need to be addressed in order to take action...

Action 100. Five Action Principles to Achieve a “Quiet Revolution”

...vote to express our opinion. Every one of our voices, actions, and votes will change Japan. These are the 100 Actions that Japan should take. This vision lays out a...

G1 Summit 2011 (4): Awareness as Leaders of Japan

...than I had previously understood. Yoshiko Sakurai used the word, “120 million irresponsible people,” to describe the present state. I felt strongly Japanese people must take resolute actions from now...

Action 22. Enhance Communication Power and Network Power!

...users of Apple’s iPhone. The number of countries in which NHK World TV, Japan’s international broadcaster, previously offered programming was very small. Since I raised this issue in 100 Actions,...

Action 15. Diplomacy that Enhances the National Power of Japan, Actively Contributes to the...

...contribute to world peace and prosperity (basic principles for “100 Actions”). To fulfill these efforts, the following three actions will serve as the fundamental elements of diplomacy: (1) Contribute to...

Yoshito Hori: The Origin of G1

...leaders Numerous initiatives have been spawned from discussions at G1, including KIBOW and 100 Actions, to change Japan on various fronts. Leaders meet regularly to represent key communities: Politics, Governors...