JSIE(Japan Institute for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship)は、社会の閉塞感を打ち破る大きな原動力となりうる女性や若者の活躍の場を広げ、一人ひとりがリーダーシップをとり、力を発揮し行動することによって、誰もが自分らしい生き方のできる社会の実現を目指します。

JSIE partners with WIT

JSIE partners with World in Tohoku (WIT). WIT empowers social entrepreneurs to become global citizens of  Change-Making Communities ™ WIT conducts programs, including Cross-Border Learning Journey, where you can spend a week in Japan working with other US and Japanese leaders to solve challenges and problems of local people in Tohoku. WIT programs

GPMN User’s Guide

This is a GPMN User’s Guide for both Global Peer Professional and Global Peer Youth. If you have any questions, please tell us at gpmn@jsie.net, we will update items as we go. GPMN Registration ・Please upload your photo — it makes us feel comfortable asking you advice. ・You can input the text either in English and/or Japanese. ・Occupation or affiliated organization/company ・Location is your city/country so that we know which timezone you are living. ・For Spoken Language, please choose mentoring language (English, Japanese, or both). With this information, English speaker is matched with another English speaker. ・Everyone can set a max time per month on their dashboard to ‘give’, 2…

11th Washington Women’s Dialogue

X About Washington Women's Dialogue There are numerous social challenges to overcome in order to achieve a society where women can actively and inclusively participate in. To achieve this goal, JSIE was founded particularly in order to develop and expand Asian women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities. It holds “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD), co-hosted by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, featuring prominent role models in various sectors, who share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. At the 11th WWD, we welcomed Dr. Naoko Takebe and…

2017 Summer Program

3rd WISE Summer Program SDGs: Leadership x Communication x Global “Shaping Passion & Ideas into plans” Co-sponsored by Google Japan and Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies (ICAS) Temple University Japan Supported by American Chamber of Commerce Japan (ACCJ) and HGPI JSIE supports fostering global talent, and offers global networking opportunities for young professionals, with an emphasis on helping women and minorities realize their greatest potential. Women’s Initiative for Sustainable Empowerment (WISE) summer program is to provide opportunities to shape our life mission and work toward social challenges. Purpose of WISE Summer Program 2017 WISE Summer Program aims to shape ideas into actionable project plans. We all know that challenges we face everyday are closely connected…

10th Washington Women’s Dialogue

X About Washington Women's Dialogue There are numerous social challenges to overcome in order to achieve a society where women can actively and inclusively participate in. To achieve this goal, JSIE was founded particularly in order to develop and expand Asian women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities. It holds “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD), co-hosted by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, featuring prominent female role models in various sectors, who share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. At the 10th WWD, we welcomed Ms. Nobuko Sasae…

JSIE partners with JWLI

JSIE partners with Japanese Women’s Leadership Initiative (JWLI). JWLI empowers Japanese women to become leaders and to make positive social change and innovation in Japan. We are sharing the same passion! JWLI has 4-weeks program every year for leadership training. Please see details below. JWLI programs

8th Washington Women’s Dialogue

X About Washington Women's Dialogue We face numerous social challenges to truly achieve a society that women can actively and inclusively participate in. Particularly aiming to develop and expand Asian women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities, JSIE hosts “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD) featuring prominent female role models in various sectors, who would share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation is co-hosting this event series. At the 8th WWD, we welcomed Ms. Suzanne Basalla, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer…

2nd JSIE Networking Event (Tokyo)

JSIE organized 2nd Reunion & Networking event on March 25, 2017! This event offers opportunities to network, reconnect and meet with new colleagues and mentors from JSIE summer programs & events and to share own thoughts and recent experience with them. JSIE invites special guests, and this would be a good chance for participants to get some practical advice about feedback from the mentors and special guests. Participants are given opportunities to present their own business idea/plans and activities. This time, we welcomed special guests, Ms. Satoko Kono of ARUN and Mr. Naofumi Iwai of Peatix, Inc. COO. It was such a great occasion for all of us to learn from their business experience and personal episodes as well as…

2nd First Movers Forum

Academyhills Library x JSIE Collaboration event“First Movers Forum” JSIE, in association with Academyhills Library, launches a new forum series “First Movers Forum” in 2017. We welcome globally-active first movers in various fields to participate as speakers/panelists and to share their trials, challenges and lessons. We support individuals who have the courage to solve local/global challenges and to boldly move forward with actions on various fronts. By engaging in dialogue with inspiring individuals, we can gain insight into problem-solving, expand our realm of activities, and broaden our perspectives from local to regional and from regional to global. At our 2nd First Movers Forum, under the theme of “Creating New Values and…