'Is democracy in decline globally?'
How should Japan, Indonesia and India address the issues facing democracy?

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The Genron NPO organized a forum in Tokyo on Aug. 19 to discuss the state of democracy in Japan, Indonesia and India, in Asia and in the world, as well as the future of each country, with 14 experts from the three countries attending as panelists.         →Read Report

The Genron NPO has released the results of a joint opinion survey about democracy,
covering 3,000 people in Japan, Indonesia and India.

no image--- The poll was jointly conducted by The Genron NPO, the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) of Indonesia and the Observer Research Foundation of India.
--- The poll found that many people in Japan, Indonesia and India believe democracy is functioning appropriately in their own country, whereas Japanese people expect their political parties will achieve little, compared to the high expectations held by Indonesian and Indian people.             → Read Report

THE GENRON NPO FORUM
What role can civil diplomacy play
in maintaining the international order?

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Council of Councils :
Report Card on International Cooperation 2015-2016

no imageInternational cooperation in most of the global issues has shown progress in 2015, but the delay in addressing terrorism and other violent conflicts is affecting multilateral cooperation in other areas.                  → Read more

WORLD AGENDA 2016

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The Genron NPO organized the international forum in Tokyo on March 27, by inviting the distinguished opinion leaders from Japan and seven other countries, as its first official initiative to facilitate multilateral discussion of global issues.                 →Read Report

Issues/Opinions


THE GENRON NPO FORUM What role can civil diplomacy play in maintaining the international order?

World Agenda Studio―debating global issues, proposing solutions from Japan

The Genron NPO launched a new challenge of engaging global agenda to contribute to solution of global issues at hand. We expand the discussion framework in Japan and elaborate with other leading global think-tanks in pursuit of solving the imminent problems facing countries around the world. For this purpose, we newly launched the "World Agenda Studio" page to our website, where our activities are reported as a voice of Japan.


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Roundtable discussion
Experts foresee tough road ahead
for Britain's planned EU exit

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Roundtable discussion
Trump as U.S. president unlikely to weaken
U.S.-Japan alliance, experts say

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Roundtable discussion
Is democracy the answer to the complex
issues facing global society today?

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Projects/events

WORLD AGENDA 2016



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