Modern times where social problems become complicated and become serious.
The goal is to involve the administration, companies and residents, and to achieve results across the organizational and positional barriers "collective impact." Collaborating with organizations with different positions and fields, we will cross the barriers of the organization and utilize each other's strengths to solve social issues. As a way to open up the future of Japan, a developed country of social issues. Social problems are becoming more complex and serious in current society.
Involving the governmental organizations, enterprises, and citizens together,
collective impact aims to solve various social issues.
|Name||Japan Association of New Public（Short name：JANP）|
|Street address||3st floor of KIZUNA WEST Building 1-7-20 Former Akasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0051 (within the general corporate RCF office)
|Established year||October 24, 2017|
|Business contents||① Collective · Impact promotion support of collective / impact project led by members, cooperation planning with companies / administration etc. ② Subcommittee Member-led subcommittees operated as a theme-specific impact creation ③ Policy proposal Policy making / proposal and hearing correspondence with each party, ministries, municipalities, etc. ④ Management support Social business manager training camp "Tomorrow", general meeting / social gathering, joint / separate training by role / job type ⑤ Research / information dissemination Outgoing communication in SNS (Facebook, Twitter) etc. ※ New public interest federation operates the secretariat jointly by NPO corporation Florence and general corporation RCF|
|Officer||Representative Director: Hiroki Komazaki (Certified NPO Florence) Director / Executive Director: Retsu Fujisawa (General corporate foundation RCF) Director: Daichi Konuma (NPO Corporation Cross Fields) Director: Tomoko Shirai (NPO Corporation Toy Box) Auditor: Kenzaburo Omata (NPO Corporation Ochilabo)|
|Number of member organizations||104 organizations · Individuals (full members - 91 organizations · partner members (supporting members) - 13 corporations / individuals)|
|Accounting report||If information gathers up, we will post it here|