The international conference “Corporate Social Responsibility: Connecting the Private Sector with the Media” aims to interlink the expertise of numerous stakeholders involved in designing, implementing and communicating CSR in an Asian context.
This international conference aims to explore the potential areas, benefits and possible challenges of cooperation between Japan and NATO, by seeking the input of distinguished experts from fields of the defence sector and that of international relations.
The Fukushima-Dai-Ichi nuclear accident was a traumatic event with global impact on energy and electricity markets. This report written by Dr. Gerhard Fasol, Eurotechnology Japan KK i.a. summarizes the major reasons for the nuclear accident and its impact.
Event in Berlin
German and Japanese experts at the Academy of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation discussed the benefits and challenges of a free trade agreement between Japan and the European Union.
The book by Dr. Norman Abjorensen sheds light on the extent of corrupt activities in several Asian-Pacific countries, determining the type, cause and measures taken up, in order to curb the spread and institutionalisation of corruption.
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“Generation Y” and “Generation Z” - What are the work prospects for this generation? The conference “Prospects and Challenges for the Future Generation” on 03. December 2014 in Tokyo addresses the challenges and analyses possible policy reforms both from a Japanese, German and Asian perspective.
The conference "Asia’s Approach to Professional Corporate Social Responsibility: Chances and Challenges for Closer International Cooperation" on 19 November 2014 in Vietnam aims to discuss, analyze and uncover the chances and challenges of implementing CSR policies from various perspectives.
The conference on 24 September 2014 in Tokyo analyzed the current situation in Afghanistan. Experts from Afghanistan, Japan, Germany and NATO illustrated the chances and challenges for future cooperation.
Distinguished speakers from Europe and Japan reflected on the existing challenges for safe and affordable energy and discussed possible solutions during the event "Energy Efficiency – Economic and Ecological Potential for Japan and Europe" on 30 September 2014 in Tokyo.