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8 july 2022 shocked to hear of killing of former president abe - do you have a favorite speech or pdf of his? firstname.lastname@example.org - i would particularly like to understand his and Japan's support of Un2.0, humanising AI and ideas for 2020s shared at Japan G20- it will take some time to find references most worthy of celebration/ communal action - lets start with his celebration at United Nations 2019 ..........https://www.mofa.go.jp/fp/unp_a/page3e_001107.html....................Address by Prime Minister Abe at the Seventy-Fourth Session of the United Nations General Assembly September 24, 2019 Japanese e-mail Photo: Cabinet Public Relations Office 1. Mr. Chairman, under your chairmanship, the United Nations will commemorate the 75th anniversary of its founding. On this occasion, I ask you to recall that my country, Japan, upholding the principles of the United Nations, has walked a path that has been steadfast, always intending to realize the goals of the United Nations. For the UN, which has now come three quarters of a century since its founding, structural reform, especially that of the Security Council, is absolutely imperative. We aim for the early realization of such reform. In addition, Japan is standing in the 2022 election. By once again receiving the support of numerous countries, we wish to serve as a non-permanent member of the Security Council and make our best efforts towards the further realization of the principles of the UN. I ask for your ardent support in this. In Japan, a new Emperor has acceded to the imperial throne and the ceremony for His Majesty to declare this fact to both domestic and international audiences is near at hand, on October 22. Heads of state and government and top leaders from approximately 200 nations and international organizations will attend, and there is no greater joy than that of the well-wishing extended to us upon the start of the Emperor’s new era. The Japanese people regard this as an unparalleled opportunity and they will once again turn their thoughts to the role Japan takes on towards the world. In my country, the period in which a long-standing economic slump caused people to become inward-looking is now a thing of the past. Dates that raise awareness of our strong bonds with the world and turn people’s eyes outward and towards the future -- the Rugby World Cup, of which fierce contests continue to be played out at this very moment; the Olympic and Paralympic Games that will be held next year in Tokyo; and World Expo 2025 that Osaka and the surrounding region will host -- are written large on Japan’s calendar as landmark events. Created this way is a new generation of Japanese, one that is reliable, and willing to carry forth the UN ideals, you may want to say. I would like you also to keep in mind the meeting that will come around to Japan next April. The 14th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, commonly known as “the UN Crime Congress” will convene in Kyoto. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime holds the meeting once every five years. Fifty years will have passed since 1970, when Japan hosted this same meeting as the first UN Crime Congress held outside Europe. At its prime for cherry blossoms, Kyoto, I know, will be welcoming visiting experts in law enforcement. 2. What I have just said leads one to see what value Japan seeks in its engagement with the world, in that it values education, for the country's primary objective is to foster the power of individuals, one by one. To continue to do so has been and still is the very essence of what Japan can contribute to the rest of the world. As for the law enforcement experts who will gather in Kyoto next spring, Japan has done nothing one off, like bringing them to a meeting just once. Rather, it has long sought its own role in continuing to foster them. As early as in 1962, with the deepening of knowledge about crime prevention its primary objective, Japan established in Tokyo the United Nations’ first specialized institute in that field. Named the United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, this institute was launched with the late Norval Morris, a renowned criminologist, as its inaugural director. By the end of September this year it will have produced a large number of “alumni.” The total amounts to more than 5900, including, for instance, 2949 from Asia and 678 from Africa. 3. Now, it was this past March that Malala Yousafzai was in Tokyo. She looked me right in the eye and said, “As many as 100 million girls lack the skills they need to have a good command of modern technology, for they don't undergo a minimum education of 12 years.” She says that if all girls completed secondary school, they could add up to 30 trillion US dollars to the global economy. I invited Malala to Japan before the G20 Osaka Summit I would chair in June, hoping to highlight policies that empower women and girls. If women were able to demonstrate the potential they hold, the world would sparkle that much more. But that is an obvious truth, isn't it? In Japan, where the labour participation rate for women has seen a marked rise, we are witnessing that self-evident fact on a daily basis. I am delighted that we were able to capture what Malala advocates for in both the G20 Leaders’ Declaration and another outcome document in the annex. We pledged to “promote inclusive quality education for all girls and women.” Japan wishes to run at all times at the very front of the pack with respect to these efforts. 4. Now, let me tell you of an example from Tanzania. When I was turning 30 years of age, I remember a Tanzanian marathon runner, Juma Ikangaa, was fiercely competitive every time he ran the Tokyo Marathon. After returning home in Tanzania, Mr. Ikangaa, who considers Japan to be his second home, became a goodwill public relations ambassador at the local office of JICA, the Government of Japan’s agency for international cooperation. Sent from Japan to be stationed there, was a woman full of energy, named Miwa Ito. The two of them combined forces, with Ms. Ito getting sponsorship funding from 13 Japanese companies and Mr. Ikangaa searching for girls who could be future Olympians. Their efforts ultimately culminated in Tanzania’s first-ever women’s track meet. That was in November 2017. One thousand girls living nearby attending elementary and junior high schools were invited as spectators. But they were not there simply to watch the event. Educational materials on avoiding teenage pregnancy were also handed out. Having the girls read these materials was another purpose. In Arusha, Tanzania, an area the Masai and others call home, where the high peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro can be seen in the east-northeast, an all-girls’ junior high school named “Sakura” opened in January 2016 through the efforts of a group of Japanese people. The school is entirely residential in order to provide its students with absolute security and safety. The number of students has grown from 24 at the beginning to 162 this past spring. The Japanese government supports the school financially, but it is run by NGOs, both Japanese and local. They teach the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics -- and how to avoid unwanted pregnancies. In Cambodia as well, I know there is a Japanese entrepreneur who has been working to improve education there, a project that is entirely his own brainchild. His initiative sends Japanese teachers, seasoned veterans in math and science, to Cambodia. There, they coach young men and women who are on track to become teachers. The initiative is called “Teachers Without Borders.” I find it very much heart-warming to see people in Japan’s private sector devoting themselves voluntarily in this way to the education of young people, especially girls, in Tanzania and in Cambodia, purely out of intrinsic motivation, without seeking anyone’s recognition as such. 5. Over the next three years, the Government of Japan will provide enriched education to a minimum of nine million children and young people in Sub-Saharan African and Asian nations. We plan to expand “e-learning” for primary school children in Sri Lanka as well as Internet-based mathematics and science education in Rwanda. But I must say that these endeavours were largely inspired by the efforts underway by people in the private sector. Mr. Chairman, this is my seventh consecutive year to deliver a statement in the general debate at the General Assembly. Over this time, I have consistently emphasized the importance of empowering women and girls and the value of making health care universally available. This year too, I have addressed both of these issues at separate meetings on the side-lines. At the same time, I wish to emphasize that the essence of Japan’s international engagement can be found in the fact that we earnestly value education, as seen in the contributions of Japan that I just mentioned. Japan aspires to be an “FP,” shall I say, or a “foster power," one that fosters human capacity. 6. As I reach the end of my statement, I will raise three points briefly. Point number one is regarding North Korea. Japan supports the approach taken by President Trump. The approach by which the two leaders talk candidly with each other and try to work out the issues at hand while seeing a bright future ahead has changed the dynamics surrounding North Korea. I am determined to meet Chairman Kim Jong-un myself face to face, without attaching any conditions. Japan’s unchanging objective is to normalize its relations with North Korea through comprehensively resolving the outstanding issues of concern with North Korea, including the abductions, nuclear, and missile issues, as well as settling the unfortunate past. Point number two is that Japan shares the concerns regarding the Middle East situation. The attack on Saudi Arabia’s crude oil facilities was an extremely contemptible crime that holds the international economic order hostage. I consider precious the pronouncement made to me directly by Supreme Leader Khamenei of Iran, that he issued as a fatwa three repudiations regarding nuclear weapons, namely “not to possess, produce, or use” them, and has ensured thorough implementation of that fatwa. This morning too I held a summit meeting with President Rouhani, our ninth in total. It is my own unchanging role to call on Iran as a major power to take actions that are grounded in the wisdom derived from its rich history. Point number three, and my final point, is that Japan will make use of multilateral frameworks and globalism, to reduce disparities, inter alia. On the heels of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement) and the Japan-EU Economic Partnership Agreement, the RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) is now poised to reach agreement, with Japan's contribution serving as a propelling force. The world will become more connected, leading more people to escape from poverty. In recent years I chaired the G7 and G20 summits as well as the Tokyo International Conference on African Development, or “TICAD,” three times, demonstrating repeatedly that multilateral frameworks do indeed have that role as a leveller. As a consequence, the terms “quality infrastructure” and “a free and open Indo-Pacific” have entered the lexicon of the international community, I would like you to note. 7. TICAD Seven held earlier this year was reborn as “New TICAD.” This is because the words to talk about Africa from now should by all means tell a story of investment and growth. In fact, the Business Forum held at the same time as the TICAD conference was jam-packed with businessmen and women from Africa and Japan and electric with eager enthusiasm. I also came out of the forum with a sense that new investment proposals and new projects are materializing quickly. Changes in Africa encourage us. The world does indeed change. We are able to change it through the efforts we make. And that confidence shall be reaffirmed right here in this great assembly hall. With that, I will end my statement. Thank you very much. Related Links Prime Minister Abe Visits the United States of America and Belgium (September 23-28, 2019) United Nations General Assembly Japan and the United Nations
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|SDG education revolution||coming - books.. diary 2020|
|EntrepreneurialRevolution.city July 2020..If you care about two out of 3 lives mattering who are Asian, nearly 60 years of miracles mapping around worldwide decision-makers considering Japan from 1962 are worth replaying -that's when my father Norman Macrae aged 39 was privileged to write his first signed survey in The Economist -the first 2 quarters of dad's 80+ years of life had been spent |
**writing unsigned leaders in The Economist (eg as only journalist at Messina's birth of EU) after serving as teenager in world war 2 navigating air places uk bomber command region modern day bangladesh/myanmar -
** following his father who worked for british diplomatic services around embassies in midst of conflict - eg mostow of stalin 1934, last adriatic port jews used to escape hitler 1938 )-during this quarter dad concluded that world wars root cause was the history of empires like britain and japan which had trapped most peoples in poverty, to end war he wanted to mediated loving each other's places, ;peoples and especially children
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Before we get to the list of miracles look at what has happened to japan in the fisrt year(s) of its new reiwa emperor era- planned was 40 million tourists with olympics ganes as peace-loving centrepiece ; apart from the olympic most tourism celebrated comunity hosts sme busienesses- all being decimated by the virus; japan is uniquely interesting as a nation as unlike other places run by a majority of elders its recruiting youth from other countries to deliver many of its frontline logistics services- this pan asean development plan has also been shattered; since japan loves sports for the right reason - community building not just big corporate noise - gthe ebst outcome would be the olympics beged asians to tale a majoity share of running futire olympics- this would be good for all four of the next hosts if the mayors of tokyo beijing milan and paris chatted about it- and it would be a great opportutity for womens lives matter to exorciose all the sexual predators - and ban ki-moon who is in the middle of 3 world chnaing movement cliate adatoability, curriculum of worldwide youth and teachers civic engagement , ethics dorectirate of teh olympocs could appoint a supersgtar panel of lives matter - eg the wike of kobe (mo0re at www.kobe.mba), manny pacquaio, and since tennis has always been the emeperor family's facoriote sport as well some uk royals, why not let japan and wimbledon select which tennis superstars can bridge retoremengt with linking in youth as the sddg generation.....
survey happiest turning points in last half century- eg japan shares borlaug rice science & deming engineering with china's educators 1977 freeing billion people from subsistence
human & tech future of education- 1984's book 2025 report- 1986's survey in Economist
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|future of HIStory 1945 -to update 2020s version see also Princeton history project connections with osun and von neumanns future of humansai.com|
look first at the G8 biggest jigsaw pieces of nearly 200 nations who sought to unite san francisco 1945-until the virus came 2020 was due to be the happy 75th birthday of nations 17sdgs as well as the frontline heroics of medecins sans frontieres and partners in health- coalitions of soft power had never been so urgent to valuetrue. Nature does not play with walls, and other games of externalization at borders -only mistaken male professionals do as they systemically confuse the power of big getting bigger with advancing the human lot for all our children including wherever the next girl is born
In 1945, there were just over 5% of people who lived in usa and Canada- they had twice saved the old world tri-continent of asia Africa and Europe from world wars. Most remarkably usa that in 1939 ranked 17th in terms of international navies on a par with Portugal had become the heart of the wining allied forces. You had the two northern islands at either end of the coastal belts of west Europe and far eat asia who had multiplied so many colonial poverty traps across the Asian 60+% majority of human race , Africa and middle east’s 10%. In trying to compete with uk, France had arguably been most brutal in colonizing med sea Africa, slave trading needed to develop America north wars up from louisana, as well as napoleons war of nations which had sucked in austria hungary , Germany and Russia among others.by start of 20th c Germany without colonies to feed its engineers need for carbon and steel had become bellicose across all its borders. This left less than 2% people in the iced up and largest land mass of all ussr ready to be the victims of stalin as the second most fearsome tyrant the first hal of 20th century grew exponentially. All the while half of humanity – women – were left out of how the word capitalized land and counted productivity even though a deeper look would show that the led with educators like Montessori and health networkers like Florence nightingale, marie curie and indeed the Franciscan role of the clares as community health missionaries- the conscience of mother mary if you will. 9se girlsworldbank.com) There were of course further geographic oddities- only 10% of people lived in the southern hemisphere; less than 1% of peoples lived on what became a quarter of all nations the SIDS- small island developing nations with minimal land resources but huge ocean estates very much dependent on climate, and nature including good human nature of tourism. And you had the archipelagos especially Indonesia and Philippines with large populations- one the epicentre of the world trade in medicinal spices – know how the dutch prized nutmeg so much that they were prepared to swap with the uk control of one indonesian holland with their us territory new Amsterdam rebranded new york
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Thursday, September 23, 2021
ESG INVESTINGNovember 2, 2020
Part of the Nichibei Global Talks Video Series
Investors are increasingly paying attention to how companies are addressing Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors. On October 26, 2020, Prime Minister Suga announced Japan’s aim to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050. “This is expected to greatly transform the Japanese economy,” said Mari Yoshitaka, Ph.D., of Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd., who joins Billy Nauman of Financial Times in this episode on ESG investing and the important role that U.S. and Japanese private companies and financial institutions can play to create a new, sustainable economic market. Though still in the early stages of development, ESG investing has become increasingly popular in the United States and Japan. The dialogue addresses ESG investment trends in the two markets, government policies affecting those trends, impact of COVID-19, examples of U.S. and Japanese companies ranking high in terms of ESG, shared challenges regarding ESG data disclosure and accuracy, and more.
(動画内のスライドの日本語版はこちらです）： Japanese language slides
Reporter, Financial Times
Billy Nauman is a reporter with the Financial Times and producer of Moral Money, the new digital platform and newsletter from the FT featuring news and analysis about the fast-expanding world of socially responsible business, sustainable finance, impact investing, environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends. Before joining Moral Money, Nauman worked in the FT’s Specialist division for nine years as a reporter and editor. Most recently, he was Managing Editor of FundFire, the FT’s daily publication covering the U.S. institutional investment industry.
Principal Sustainability Strategist, Deputy General Manager of Corporate Planning Dept., Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd. (MURC)
Mari Yoshitaka, Ph.D., is Principal Sustainability Strategist, Deputy General Manager of Corporate Planning Dept., Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd. (MURC). In 2000, Yoshitaka joined Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities to start up the Clean Energy Finance Committee, and transferred to MURC in May 2020. Her area of expertise is climate change policy, especially climate finance and mitigation projects, in the fields of ESG investment and SDGs business. Yoshitaka is a member of the UN Women-We Empower Japan Advisory Group and the Global Environment Committee of Central Environment Council. .
Tuesday, August 24, 2021
in the 1950s japans leadership of borlaugs green revolution began to celebrate rural self-sufficiency out if which social-community sustaining business models have evolved -related references kennedy endorses the economist consider japan 1962 - more recently sustainability superstars at japanthanks.com + 1 (uniting JAB nations) +2
some newer cases
saraya - win-win japan borneo uganda
from 1970 saraya innovated palm oil cleaners for kitchen use- these are bidegradable unlike petroleum based cleansers
but around 2002 the company was inudated with reports that its souyrcing of palm oil from borneo was killing elephants whose palm tree habitat was now the worlds epicente of palm oil production; saraya designed a new supply chain including purchase of its own pal, tree farms made elephant friendly
in 2009, saraya's busneess in uganda started handwashing campaigns to improve the nations sanitation reducing infant mortality by half in under a deade (along with paralel efforst brac uganda)
saraya wanted to make its product massively affordable; to do this it strted social business modeling- it recognised that urgandas sugar cane industry could do much better for ugandas if it recycled sugat cane remants into ethanol sanitisers; by going into this social business saraya scaled handwash products; as well as reduction of infant deaths, ebola in its neighbor the congo has not come to uganda and so dar covid in uganda is less than other neigboring countries- saraya is not claiming that uganda will lead africa in beating covid- bur it is proud that community sanitation social businesses contribute to minimising diseases, local community businesses empwering women, climate solutions shared from community to community
Sunday, August 1, 2021
hi-tech note from readers networks (japan, english) of von neumann biography - in 2019 g20 japan asked what society 5.0 maths determines nature's decision whether its time to extinguish homo sapiens- only 3 nations clearly understood the question ( a few more may have been suffering from mental twisties caused by the terrifting donald) many smaller ones eg singapore, nordica, austria, switzerland netherlands could - japan should immediately zoom a new gmathsclub - more at economistjapan.com and under 30s dialogue at japanthanks.com any questions ? email@example.com
scroll down japan 1984 was visit 3 on of 50 i have made to asia; that was 22 years after my father norman macrae of the economist started celebrating japan as offering the world first sustainability models potentially uniting the 65% of peoples who are asian in advancement
my work as a cambridge ma in stats had been very different from dads' - i was helping mit in boston complete the first databank of thousands of projects of what societies most wanted from the world's globally branded companies
i was fascinated by 2 top level exoeriences of this data; big western companies were depending on too much advertising to serve what communities most wanted; japan in 1984 still related all consumer offers to corporate purpose -
however 1984 was 5 years before my father retired from 40 years at the economist to start writing a biography of von neumann - whose knowhow more than any one single person dad said would determine millennials sustainability of extinction; i started co-authoring books with my father beginning with 19834's 2025 report.com - why health and education would need transforming if millennials wrre to be sustainable mapping approximate timeline exponentials if the world wss to be on track in applying numanns 100 times more tech per decade to end povert and to be in time to choose which 2020s autonomous ai solutions the world needed to collaborate arounf first
=================well japan korea china of g20 countries probably understand only common sennse ai choices can now save our species
fortunately 2021 has seen japanese publication of von neumann biography
lets have a look at some of the english speaking dialogues von neumann inspires - sadly i domt speak japanese but i sincerely hope japanese readers of von neumann are uniting nations sdgs deeper more openly that the englsh speaking world
Jun 4, 2018 — Stanford saw more than 100,000 students enroll in their open online class in ... Jonathan Von Neumann is quoted by his wife as having said, ...
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in the era of slide rulers- algorithms barely featured in maths research until this paper of neumann's
1. The First Modern Paper in Numerical Analysis. 1.1. Introduction. In the older days the objective of the applied mathematician
was to reduce physical problems to mathematical form, and then to show how the solution of the mathematical problem
could be expressed in terms of known functions— particularly in terms of a finite number of the elementary functions.
— George Stibitz1 [263, p. 15] 1George Stibitz 1904–1995  built relay calculators at Bell Telephone Laboratories. Copyright © by SIAM. Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited. JOHN VON NEUMANN AND MODERN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 609 20 papers 40 60 1850 1900 1950 2000 Survey of Numerical Analysis (Todd) Lectures on Matrices (Wedderburn) von Neumann's life span Accuracy and Stability of Numerical Algorithms (Higham) Fig. 1.1 Illustrating that “numerical mathematics stayed as Gauss left it until World War II” [115, p. 287], a histogram of Wedderburn’s bibliography of matrix theory  has little overlap with Todd’s and Higham’s bibliographies for numerical linear algebra [273, Chaps. 2, 6, 8, 10, 11], . A bibliography similar to Todd’s was given by Forsythe . Carl Friedrich Gauss died in 1855, and World War II began in 1939. Before computers, numerical analysis consisted of stopgap measures for the physical problems that could not be analytically reduced. The resulting hand computations were increasingly aided by mechanical tools which are comparatively well documented, but little was written about numerical algorithms because computing was not considered an archival contribution.2 “The state of numerical mathematics stayed pretty much the same as Gauss left it until World War II” [115, p. 287] (Figure 1.1). “Some astronomers and statisticians did computing as part of their research, but few other scientists were numerically oriented.
Among mathematicians, numerical analysis had a poor reputation and attracted few specialists” [10, pp. 49–50].
“As a branch of mathematics, it probably ranked the lowest, even below statistics
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Sep 17, 2020 - To expand the shelf life of artificial intelligence ... has to find ways to avoid becoming a digital colony of either, writes Sandy Plunkett.
Von Neumann's work yielded what is now a nearly ubiquitous programmable computing ... logic and based on sentence and rule (see Artificial Intelligence).
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biology, education, computer science, artificial intelligence, and ethology. Although we prefer to let the ... by JOHN VON NEUMANN in the United States.