Saturday, June 03, 2017

June 2017

June ~ July  2017 Tokyo Community News
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Hello !

Hope you all are ready to enjoy the summer ahead. June is always a busy month. Here are a few highlights  - please scroll down for
more info on these events and more.
  • PSC will hold an event in mid-Sept on the theme of Why get involved? How can i get involved? Basic information will be out in July and details in August. email me if you are interested in getting involved.
  • Mirai no Mori has a new website and is holding a summer party on July 5
  • Activist events and tools have been added to the end of the listing.
Please share this information far and wide with anyone who might be interested!
For the next listing - please send me info by the end of the month - please keep it short and simple. The July ~ August news will come out early
in early July.

Best regards,
Sarajean
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Training programs

Temple University, Japan Campus
August weekend workshops

https://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/courses/seminars-tokyo.html
 
The Center for Artistic Activism:
 Contact contact@artisticactivism.org
A primer on Artistic Activism https://artisticactivism.org/2017/04/why-artistic-activism/


Japan Fundraising Association

Nonprofit NGO community events



FEW: For Empowering Women in Japan
http://fewjapan.com/

Mirai no Mori
Join staff and supporters for our first summer Mirai no Mori Tanabata Party: Making children's wishes come true!
Wed. July 5, at 18:30-21:00 at BNP Paribas Near Tokyo Station
Registration Deadline: June 28
Online registration form: http://bit.ly/MiraiNoMori-Summer-Tanabata-Party
Details:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1962189897347996/

 

Refugees International Japan

http://refugeesinternationaljapan.org/
Sun, Jun 18,12:00
Palace Loop Relay, Palace Outer Moat, Sakurada gate
Thur, Nov 9, 18:30
Light up the Life of a Refugee Child
St Mary’s International School http://www.smis.ac.jp/

 
Seminars and public lectures

Sophia University, Institute of Comparative Culture
http://icc.fla.sophia.ac.jp/
Venue: Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary
TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, JAPAN CAMPUS ICAS
Opportunities
The Japanese Women Leadership Initiative empowers Japanese women to become leaders and to make positive social change and innovation in Japan. 
For more information visit http://jwli.org.
The Nippon Foundation and the Fish Family Foundation will host a forum in Tokyo on Monday, June 19 on the theme of Women Leading Social Change in Japan. Atsuko Fish, JWLI Founder, will speak about JWLI and her past 10-year work. JWLI Fellows, Yuka Miyzawa (2011), Yumiko Nagai (2014), and Ibuki Ozawa (2016) will share how they have applied their learning in Boston to their work in Japan.
For more details and to register for the event, please visit:  http://canpan20170619.peatix.com (Japanese Only).

Community Theater & Arts News

 
Tokyo International Players
Auditions for our October 2017 main stage production, SWEENEY TODD, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, will take place by appointment only at Our Space in Hatagaya during the following days/times:
Sunday, June 18, 2017 from 10:00-17:00
Monday, June 19, 2017 from 17:00-22:00
An invitation only callback on Thursday, June 22, from 18:00-22:00
Find out more http://tokyoplayers.com

Yokohama Theatre Group http://ytg.jp
Support us by becoming a patron! https://patreon.com/ytg

Sunday, June 11, 13:00 - 19:00
Location: JDS 1F (
::Click Here:: for map)
Cost: 12,000 Yen (50% off if you sign up for the
::other class HERE:: as well)

A workshop in visual composition with the performer’s body.
Wednesdays, June 14 – July 19, 19:30 – 21:00

Location: JDS 2F (::Click Here:: for map)
Cost: 20,000 Yen

Tokyo Sinfonia in June
Brahms Serenade champagne concert
June 14 (Wed.) - Oji Hall (Ginza)
Tickets/Information - Sinfonia direct tickets@tokyosinfonia.com
Peatix online http://peatix.com/event/188800
More Information http://www.tokyosinfonia.com
JUNE ACTIONS AND ACTIVIST RESOURCES
After a few months filled with about 10 marches, we cannot lose our energy to bring about progressive social change. We are moving towards other actions and need everyone to join the struggle against injustice.  #gimme20min today and everyday - I truly believe you can change the world with 20 minutes of concrete action each day day.

Women of the World March Tokyo – Facebook group with links to resources and weekly action items https://www.facebook.com/groups/197623700694595/
 
Tokyo Advocacy Exchange - Facebook group sharing information, links and resources. https://www.facebook.com/groups/207362363069859/
 
RESOURCES - to CALL WRITE AND BE HEARD

US citizens - you can contact your rep on the phone, fax and by letter
https://www.contactingcongress.org/
https://5calls.org/
The attachment is an outline for a letter to your reps about current environment, climate and related issues. Get information on how climate change is affecting your state here http://climatenexus.org/…/regional-impacts/state-fact-sheet
A site for people who want to call their reps on a variety of issues. there are scripts and talking points - 100 calls in 100 days http://www.100calls100days.com/faq.html#subscribecalendar
Website with useful resources to get involved - links to groups to join, scripts for calling, links to reps and govs etc. http://www.actionagainsttrump.com/
A great resource for those who want act with their economic power through small or large donations:
Movement 2017 - a platform for progressive donors. they feature the vetted voter organizing groups and national resistance networks. https://movementvote.org/

 
FROM THE WOMEN'S MARCH 100 Actions over 100 Days campaign.

  #HearOurVote - register to vote now! .
UK citizenshttps://www.gov.uk/voting-when-abroad
Canada citizens http://www.elections.ca/
EU Citizens http://europa.eu/…/…/residence/elections-abroad/index_en.htm
US citizens https://www.votefromabroad.org/vote/home.htm
Action #10: PLEDGE OF LIBERATION - THREE WAYS to PARTICIPATE

1: PLEDGE Sign the Pledge of Liberation. Encourage your friends, family, and community members to do the same.
2: PREPARE Download our Pledge of Liberation toolkit, which provides information on the different types of direct actions you can choose to engage in, and details the dos and don’ts of civil disobedience, what to do in case of an arrest, and FAQs of what to expect as a result.   Find a demonstration near you or register one of your own.
Be sure to tune in to Women’s March on Facebook and Twitter for updates, and to register for our May 5, 6pm EST, webinar on the principles of nonviolence and how to effectively and safely take part in direct action and/or civil disobedience.
3: DEMONSTRATE Hold a demonstration either inside or outside of your congressperson’s in-district office. Collectively read the Pledge of Liberation and our unity principles out loud.
Picket outside your congressperson’s in-district office.
Hold a sit-in inside your congressperson’s in-district office.

UPDATES FROM ORGS I REPRESENT

Give2Asia Foundation has initiated CSR consulting work to develop more sustainable CSR programs for international companies in Japan. The new program includes staff trainings in strategic community partnership and program development as well as matching community and nonprofit needs.  If your company is interested in finding out more. please contact either Aqeela (info@give2asia.org) or Sarajean (srossitto@give2asia.org)

Mirai no Mori
Mirai no Mori has a new and improved website:  http://mirai-no-mori.jp
July 5 - Summer fundraising party - Wed. July 5, at 18:30-21:00 at BNP Paribas Near Tokyo Station
Registration Deadline: June 28
Online registration form: http://bit.ly/MiraiNoMori-Summer-Tanabata-Party
Please contact by email for more information: info@mirai-no-mori.jp
Updates from events and Back to Nature weekends are posted on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MiraiNoMori

Asian Rural Institute
The Spring 2017 issue of Take My Hand, the ARI newsletter is out and it is filled with wonderful stories of Graduates from Bhutan to Central African Republic to Japanese High School kids, all of whom have been changed filled with a commitment for service. Take My Hand Spring 2017
AN EXCITING NEW report on Rural Leaders: by Steven Cutting and Beverly Abma http://www.ari-edu.org/en/2016/11/25/en-ruralleaders/ Info in English 日本語

Other items of interest
For anyone interested in SE Asia after WWI, US policy in the region or Philippine history, I suggest you read this book => Knowledge and pacification by Prof. Reynaldo Ileto.
 
 The JI Core 50 : A diverse group of highly skilled professionals from a wide range of industries who have all called Japan home for anywhere from a few years to a few decades.
 Learn more  http://www.jarman-international.com/about-us/ji-professional-monitors/#.WJlnKSN97Zs

 
For anyone working in the area of sustainability or community development: You can order Educating for Sustainability in Japan: Fostering resilient communities after the triple disaster (Routledge Studies in Sustainable Development)  on amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Educating-Sustainability-Japan-communities-Sustainable-ebook/dp/B01M0OMN7O/ref=mt_kindle?_encoding=UTF8&me=
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Saturday, May 06, 2017

May 2017

Thanks to everyone who supported the many events and marches over the last few months. There are many others coming up as well as a activist resources listing at the end; I would like to highlight just a few - please see below for details and links.
  • The Japanese Women Leadership Initiative is an amazing Fellowship opportunity for Japanese women to become leaders and to make positive social change - JWLI is accepting applications for the 2017 program through May 8.
  • Mirai no Mori is looking for a bilingual part-time staff member to coordinate volunteers and support programs. Info is in English is below - but you can also get info here in Japanese https://www.tvac.or.jp/sagasu/40883
  • Refugees International Japan has 4 events this month - one of them is bound to interest you.
  • Activist events and tools have been added to the end of the listing. There are many resources  to use after the Winter/Spring 2017 marches - these have been great entry points for many new people. There are many other ways to get involved.
On a personal note, I am happy to be working the San Francisco-based Give2Asia Foundation again, working on developing sustainable CSR programs for international companies in Japan. For something a bit different -  I will start a new course on Social Issues through Drama course at Temple University in May - there are 4 or 5 spots as still available.

For the next listing - please send me info by the end of this month - please keep it short and simple and share include all the important links. The June News will going out around the 4th

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Enjoy your GW holidays!

Sarajean

Training programs

Temple University, Japan Campus, Conted NGO Management Program.
https://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/certificate/tokyo/ngo-management.html
Info Session  Saturday,  May 13, 10:00-12:00 (in English)
Venue:TUJ Azabu Hall (Access)

For people taking courses at TUJ Continuing Education for the first time, but anyone welcome.
Summer NGO Course - NEW COURSE in the professional development training program:
Learning about Social Issues through Drama: Using SEVEN to understand global concerns
May through July. Registration deadline  May 21
Have a look:
https://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/courses/professional/SID101.html


The Center for Artistic Activism:
Artistic Activism Webinars: one hour webinars on the principles of artistic activism - practical ideas you can use to develop fresh creative tactics for more effective campaigns. Contact contact@artisticactivism.org


Japan Fundraising Association

Nonprofit NGO community events

Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2017: Stonewall Japan Events
May 6 and May 7  at 10 AM to 6 PM @ Yoyogi Park
Find out more https://www.facebook.com/events/282474745531666/


FEW: For Empowering Women in Japan
http://fewjapan.com/event/inspiration-and-creativity/

Inspiration and Creativity
Thursday  May 11 19:00 - 22:00
Cost: Members ¥2000 (Associates ¥1500) / Non-members (Women only) ¥5000 / Students and Interns (Women only) ¥3000 (includes light buffet and beverages)
Venue: Minami Azabu Centre Hall

Mirai No Mori  Fundraiser at Toriizaka Art Gallery
Friday May 19, 19:00 - 22:00
Cost ¥5000 (Includes wine, cheese, party food )
Venue: Toriizaka Art Gallery
http://fewjapan.com/event/mirai-no-mori-fundraiser-at-toriizaka-art-gallery/

Mirai no Mori / KIWL Band Night
Sunday May 14, Doors open at 5.30pm, music starts at 6.30pm.
¥2,000 in advance (¥2,500 door)
http://kiwldonations.org/band-bash-sunday-may-14th-2-000-in-advance-2-500-door/
 
Animal Walk Tokyo’s (AWT)
Sanpo in the Park 2017
 Sunday, May 21st,11.00am
Please join us at Setagaya Park for our fun annual Sanpo in the Park event to raise funds for Heart Tokushima.
Entrance fee: 1,500 yen (entrance only)/2,500 yen (with obento)
Follow Animal Walk Tokyo on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/animalwalktokyo/
 

Refugees International Japan

Thur.,
May 11, 19:00
RIJ Great Beer Bluff
Brewdog http://www.brewdog.com/bars/worldwide/roppongi
Sat
May 13, 19:00
A Night in Bohemia Concert
Crawfish Akasaka http://crawfish.jp/
Wed,
May 17,12:30
RIJ Lunch Club
Sat,
May 27, 9:00
Footy Japan Charity Soccer Day
YCAC http://www.footyjapancompetitions.com/event/charity-soccer-day-2017
Sun,
Jun 18,12:00
Palace Loop Relay
Palace Outer Moat, Sakurada gate
Thur,
Nov 9, 18:30
Light up the Life of a Refugee Child
St Mary’s International School http://www.smis.ac.jp/
 

TELL
Training programs
Temple University, Japan Campus, Conted NGO Management Program.
https://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/certificate/tokyo/ngo-management.html
Info Session  Saturday,  May 13, 10:00-12:00 (in English)
Venue:TUJ Azabu Hall (Access)

For people taking courses at TUJ Continuing Education for the first time, but anyone welcome.
Summer NGO Course - NEW COURSE in the professional development training program:
Learning about Social Issues through Drama: Using SEVEN to understand global concerns
May through July. Registration deadline  May 21
Have a look:
https://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed/courses/professional/SID101.html


The Center for Artistic Activism:
Artistic Activism Webinars: one hour webinars on the principles of artistic activism - practical ideas you can use to develop fresh creative tactics for more effective campaigns. Contact contact@artisticactivism.org


Japan Fundraising Association

Seminars and public lectures
Sophia University, Institute of Comparative Culture
http://icc.fla.sophia.ac.jp/
Venue: Sophia University, Bldg. 10, 3F, Rm 301
Language: English / No registration necessary

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, JAPAN CAMPUS ICAS
Opportunities
The Japanese Women Leadership Initiative empowers Japanese women to become leaders and to make positive social change and innovation in Japan.  JWLI is accepting applications for the 2017 program through May 8
Program Dates  Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - Friday, November 3, 2017
Ideal Candidates Emerging women leaders of the Japanese social sector –nonprofit staff, a social entrepreneur, CSR staff of a for-profit company, or a municipal government employee
Key Qualifications
  • 5+ years of work experience
  • Clear vision for social change in Japan
  • Strong leadership capabilities
  • Passionate, action-oriented mindset
  • Interest to learn about leadership and management of the U.S. social sector
For more information and to apply, visit http://jwli.org.

JOBS
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR at Mirai no Mori
The volunteer coordinator works with relevant committees to develop and implement a strategic volunteer management system that meets Mirai no Mori needs. The coordinator also is responsible for recruiting, scheduling, managing and acknowledging volunteers from diverse group with both English and Japanese speakers.
Responsibilities:
Assess the needs of each committee: Camp team, PR outreach, Fundraising, Program development and then
Develop a strategic volunteer management system
Compensation: Transportation costs, 850 JPY per hour ~
Dates, Days, Time:   Two days per week, starting from April for 3 months ~
LocationMirai no Mori Office and online
QualificationsGood organizational skills, good writing and research skills, hard working, computer skills, an interest in the work we do, able to work independently and take initiative
Language and communication skills:

  • Native English and conversational-level Japanese
  • Native Japanese and conversational-level English
Japan NPO Center is looking for a Part-time English speaking staff member
Below is the basic info - write to JNPOC for the the complete job description:
日本NPOセンターでは、以下の要領で週3日程度のコミットをしてくださる人材を募集しています。
<事業の期間>2017年4月-2018年5月(2018年6月以降も延長の可能性あり)
<こんな人を探しています>
・プログラムコーディネーションの経験がある人。
・メール、電話/スカイプ等でのコミュニケーション含め、英語環境での仕事経験者。
・パソコンによる事務作業(インターネット、ワード、エクセル、パワーポイント等の基本操作)に習熟していること。
・(国際)企業との協働事業、評価事業、プロジェクトマネジメント等の経験有はプラス。
・14カ月働くコミットができる人(より短期なら可能という方もお問い合わせください。)
・1週間程度の米国出張ができる人(4月16日からを予定)=応相談
・ロジ面のアレンジ含め、各種業務に柔軟に対応できること。
<応募方法>以下をEメールにてお送りください。
・履歴書
・職務経歴書(これまでの業務内容・スキル・資格)
・志望動機(800~1000字程度)
応募書類を拝見し、随時、面接をお願いします(応募書類は返却いたしませんので、あらかじめご了承ください)。
締切 : 適任者が見つかり次第募集を終了します。
<お問合せ先・応募先>
特定非営利活動法人日本NPOセンター(担当: 土屋)
TEL 03-3510-0855 FAX 03-3510-0856
E-Mail recruit # jnpoc.ne.jp (#を@に変えてください)
Website http://www.jnpoc.ne.jp

Community Theater and Arts News

 
Tokyo International Players
Tickets for the May production of The Diary of Anne Frank are on sale now.
May 18th-21st, 2017 @ Nakano Pocket Square
Find out more http://tokyoplayers.com

Yokohama Theatre Group http://ytg.jp
Support us by becoming a patron! https://patreon.com/ytg

Tokyo Sinfonia in May
Hungarian Serenade dinner-concert
May 19 (Fri.) - Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan (Yurakucho)
Tokyo Sinfonia in June
Brahms Serenade champagne concert
June 14 (Wed.) - Oji Hall (Ginza)
Tickets/Information - Sinfonia direct tickets@tokyosinfonia.com
Peatix online http://peatix.com/event/188800
More Information http://www.tokyosinfonia.com
MAY ACTIONS AND ACTIVIST RESOURCES

After a few months filled with about 10 marches, there are many other things we need to to bring about social change.

Many are moving into another phase of involvement and anyone can join! Really! if you #gimme20min each day of concrete targeted action, you can make the world a better place.

Many organizations use letters writing and phone calling to pressure their government at the local and federal levels. There are also several networks focused on getting people to use their economic power as consumers.

Here is a 3-page handout i made for a global campaign more than 10 years ago. the Japanese version was one of the first just tip sheets in Japanese for doing a letter writing campaign.

Below are just a few tools.  Feel free to contact me with other resources or feedback on these.

EVENTS
Our Revolution Japan
ORJ Action MTG#2: How we go forward
Monday May 8 8-10pm
More info https://www.facebook.com/events/844940935656411/


Reflect & Resist Tokyo
May 21, 2017• 5:30 PM
Commune 2nd, 3-13 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 107-0062
More info: https://actionnetwork.org/events/refect-resist-tokyo
RESOURCES - to CALL WRITE AND BE HEARD
US citizens - you can contact your rep on the phone, fax and by letter using the contact info listed on these sites:
5 CALLS https://5calls.org/
CONTACT CONGRESS  https://www.contactingcongress.org/

Action item: Oppose destroying Overseas development funding - here's a tool to get started https://5calls.org/

WHAT TO DO ABOUT TRUMP - Website with specific action items http://whatdoidoabouttrump.com/

100 CALLS - A site for people who want to call their reps on a variety of issues. there are scripts and talking points - 100 calls in 100 days
http://www.100calls100days.com/faq.html#subscribecalendar

ACTIONS AGAINST TRUMP - Website with useful resources to get involved - links to groups to join, scripts for calling, links to reps and govs etc. http://www.actionagainsttrump.com/

MOVEMENT VOTE -  A great resource for those who want act with their economic power through small or large donations:
Movement 2017 - a platform for progressive donors. they feature the vetted voter organizing groups and national resistance networks. https://movementvote.org/
Women of the World March Tokyo – Facebook group with links to resources and weekly action items https://www.facebook.com/groups/197623700694595/
Tokyo Advocacy Exchange - Facebook group sharing information, links and resources. https://www.facebook.com/groups/207362363069859/
FROM THE WOMEN'S MARCH 100 Actions over 100 Days campaign.
Action #7: We Belong Together
Kids Week of Action: Unite with children and families across the country, empower young activists and commit to making communities a welcoming place for all.
FOUR WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
1. Create or join a #WeBelongTogether Unity Circle in your community. See the We Belong Together Organizer Toolkit for more suggestions for creating a Unity Circle. Sign Up to Host Your Unity Circle Here!
2. Educate yourself and engage with young people about how discriminatory policies are affecting their lives, especially kids of color and refugees. We’ve included a list of resources on our website.
3. Write postcards to elected officials. Download and print the postcards on our website or create your own and share them on social media using the hashtag #WeBelongTogether.
4. Invite your friends and family to participate in the We Belong Together Kids Week of Action, share your story on social media and use the hashtag #WeBelongTogether. Here are a few ideas.
ACTION #8: LET'S TALK: WHY WE RESIST
While the principles we stand for are universal, their impact manifests at the local level. Together, let's talk about the issues that motivated us to march on January 21, and around which we can unite far beyond these initial 100 days. Read more and find five ways you can participate...
ACTION #9: MAY DAY: BEYOND THE MOMENT
WAYS TO JOIN AFTER MAY 1:
Review the political educational materials The Majority has provided on the coalition website. Meet with your huddle – or even with one friend or family member – and participate in the workshop(s) you selected.
Download the graphics on the Action #9 page and post them on social media using the hashtags #MayDay and #BeyondTheMoment.

UPDATES FROM ORGS I REPRESENT

Give2Asia Foundation has initiated CSR consulting work to develop more sustainable CSR programs for international companies in Japan. The new program includes staff trainings in strategic community partnership and program development as well as matching community and nonprofit needs.  If your company is interested in finding out more. please contact either Aqeela (info@give2asia.org) or Sarajean (srossitto@give2asia.org )

Mirai no Mori
Updates from events and Back to Nature weekends are posted on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MiraiNoMori

May 14th – KIWL Band Night
May 20th – Back to Nature with FEW
May 25th-28th – KIWL May Charity Ride
July 5 - Summer fundraising party - more info coming soon!
Please contact by email for more information: info@mirai-no-mori.jp

The Asian Rural Institute (ARI) is recruiting Japanese students and volunteers of all nationalities for 2017. http://www.ari-edu.org/volunteer/ The Spring issue of Take My Hand Spring, the ARI newsletter is out! It is filled with wonderful stories of Graduates from Bhutan to Central African Republic to Japanese High School kids, all of whom have been changed filled with a commitment for service. A new report on Rural Leaders: by Steven Cutting and Beverly Abma http://www.ari-edu.org/en/2016/11/25/en-ruralleaders/ Info in English 日本語

IE3 - Global Internship Program - this program is going well despite decline in interest in Japan since the 2011 disasters.

Other items of interest
 The JI Core 50 : A diverse group of highly skilled professionals from a wide range of industries who have all called Japan home for anywhere from a few years to a few decades.
 Learn more  http://www.jarman-international.com/about-us/ji-professional-monitors/#.WJlnKSN97Zs
For anyone working in the area of sustainability or community development: You can order Educating for Sustainability in Japan: Fostering resilient communities after the triple disaster (Routledge Studies in Sustainable Development)  on amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Educating-Sustainability-Japan-communities-Sustainable-ebook/dp/B01M0OMN7O/ref=mt_kindle?_encoding=UTF8&me=

To find out more about the status of nonprofits in Japan have a look at this in the Japan Times: Charity in Japan begins at home Domestic nonprofit organizations face a number of obstacles in their attempts to make a difference in people's lives. http://www.japantimes.co.jp/community/2016/12/17/general/charity-japan-begins-home/#.WFZLPKJ94hs

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