The Center for Global Partnership (CGP) was established within the Japan Foundation in April 1991 to promote collaboration between the people of Japan, the United States, and beyond to address issues of global concern.
Both the United States and Japan, through their interdependence, play an important role in international politics and the world economy. However, the people and institutions of both countries must go a step further to create a stronger partnership at the global level, to strengthen the stability of our world, and to promote the welfare of human beings.
CGP provides funding for collaborative projects conducted by the people of the U.S., Japan, and beyond on global issues, in addition to issues common to advanced industrial societies, as well as other issues pertaining to U.S.-Japan relations.
To carry out our mission of “Contributing to the world through bilateral U.S.-Japan cooperation” and “Closer U.S. Japan relations,” CGP offers: