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[Registration Closed] The 80th Breakfast Meeting –Providing Support for Children-Rearing in the Reiwa Era as a Society: Which Value Changes Does Society Require? (September 11, 2019)

[Registration Closed] The 80th Breakfast Meeting –Providing Support for Children-Rearing in the Reiwa Era as a Society: Which Value Changes Does Society Require? (September 11, 2019)

In recent years, HGPI has pursued women’s health as one of its priority agendas, and to that end we have conducted surveys and drafted proposals related to the topic. Our survey research on working women has highlighted the importance of health management for women and revealed challenges related to child-rearing.
Japan leads the world in demographic change caused by aging and a low birthrate, and the number of single-person households or households consisting of nuclear families is expected to increase. While demographics and family structures are continuously changing and diversifying, women are finding more opportunities to participate in society and may face even greater expectations with regard to social participation in the future. These circumstances mean it is becoming impossible for people to balance work and child-rearing only through efforts in the home. Along with changes in systems and frameworks, we believe it will necessary for social values to change to enable better understanding and support from various organizations such as governments, companies, and local communities.

For the 80th breakfast meeting, we have invited Mr. Hiroki Komazaki, who is working to support the futures of children and the people raising them through social reform to improve sick child care, plenary adoption, and issues related to child poverty. Together with everyone in the audience, we will deepen our understanding of the current issues facing these fields and their future outlook.

■Speaker
Mr. Hiroki Komazaki
Founder/CEO, Florence (Tokyo, Japan)
■ Date & Time
Wednesday, September 11, 8:00-9:15
■ Venue
EGG JAPAN (10th Floor, Shin-Marunouchi Building, 1-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
■ Participation Fee
・General: 2,500 JPN Yen
・Students (undergraduate only): 1,500 JPN Yen (student ID required)
* Individual Supporting Members: Free
■ Profile
Mr. Hiroki Komazaki
Founder/CEO, Florence (Tokyo, Japan)
• Founded the largest nonprofit organization in Japan with over 600 employees
• Launched the first membership-based service in Japan providing in-home daycare to sick children in Japan. Currently serving 5,000 working parents and their children
• Run 14 small-size nurseries addressing daycare shortfall since 2010
• Started Japan’s first nursery service specializing in disabled children (2014)
• Started adoption matching service to protect children born as a result of unwanted pregnancies


Registration will close at 10:00 a.m., Friday, September 6, 2019. Participants will be selected by a draw of lots and informed of the results by Friday, September 6. Individual supporting members of HGPI will be notified earlier.
After registration has been completed, a confirmation email will be automatically sent. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact HGPI by email at info@hgpi.org or by phone at 03-4243-7156.
In the event that you would like to cancel your registration, please inform us by noon on Monday, September 9, after which HGPI reserves the right to collect a cancellation fee.

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