February 22, 2017

Nippon Foundation Social Innovation Forum: Supporting Social Innovators

Nippon Foundation Social Innovation Forum: Supporting Social Innovators
The Nippon Foundation Social Innovation Forum 2016 was held from September 28 through 30, in Tokyo. There is a growing recognition that local governments, companies, non-profit organization, researc...
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