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Oct 26, 2017 workshop for social innovation in sanitation for developing countries



(東大赤門前 i.schoolスタジオ/JSICオフィス)
文京区本郷5-27-8 赤門樋口ビル2F



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for developing countries is an educational program to develop the ability to create
innovative ideas of products, services, business models and social systems. It
started in 2009 at the University of Tokyo. The importance of human-centered
innovation is emphasized in Social issues have been tackled as
opportunities of innovation. is planning a capacity building program for government officials in
developing countries to design social innovation in sanitation. The project is sponsored by Asian Development Bank, ADB and Gate Foundation. An innovation workshop is to be held in 2018 in India inviting government officials from various countries.

A test workshop is to be held with foreign students and Japanese students
in the University of Tokyo.

10:00 – 18:00 on Nov. 24 (Fri), 2017

Venue: studio in front of AKAMON (Red-gate) of the University of Tokyo

20 students can participate the workshop. Application will be closed
when the number of application reaches 20.

  • Hideyuki HORII

    Professor of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo. As the Executive Director, he launched in 2009 and has been successfully leading its multidisciplinary programs. He is also Founder and Director of Japan Social Innovation Center (JSIC).  He was also the head of Center for Knowledge Structuring, The University of Tokyo.   He is the author of the books “Socio-technology for problem solving”, “Socio-technology for safety and security” among others.