What is Guardian Project?
It is an app that was designed to detect child abuse and bullying, which can be installed on tablets and smartphones, in order for children to complete welfare questionnaires anytime, anywhere.
- Prioritizes the protection of personal information
- Age-appropriate questions to ensure easy understanding within different age groups (lower elementary school, upper elementary school, junior high and high school)
- Conforms with widely used and established psychological surveys in the U.K. and U.S.
- Bilingual (Japanese and English) to accommodate foreign students
Guardian was conceived during WISE Kumamoto (Creating New Social Values for Sustainable Communities), a JSIE workshop co-sponsored by Kumamoto Prefecture held in May 2019. After winning the grand prize for the idea, the Guardian project began. In December 2022, K.K. Guardian is established. (https://guardianjapan.org)