The Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship

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The Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship was established in 1985. In its 31 years of history, 94 organizations have been awarded.

The Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship is intended to support organizations that endeavor to strengthen ties and networks among citizens both inside and outside Japan, share the knowledge, idea and expertise through intercultural exchange.

What's New

Jan. 26, 2016
The Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship 2015 winners have been selected. Three organizations in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kobe have been selected for the prize for proposing new approaches to intercultural exchange such as international exchange for mutual acknowledgement among youths, expanding the potential of Japanese traditional arts, and support for the autonomy of resident foreigners.

The 2015 Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship winners have been selected. This year, the prizes are awarded to the following three organizations.

  • Photo of NPO Peace Field Japan
    NPO Peace Field Japan
  • Photo of Yamamoto Noh Theater Yamamoto Noh Theater
  • Photo of NPO Kobe Foreigners Friendship Center
    NPO Kobe Foreigners Friendship Center

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The Japan Foundation Prizes for Global Citizenship Secretariat
The Japan Foundation Communication Center
Tel: +81-(0)3-5369-6075 FAX: +81-(0)3-5369-6044
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