Report Events

[Registration Closed] (Webinar) The 100th HGPI Seminar – The History of HGPI and its Future Prospects (October 15, 2021)

[Registration Closed] (Webinar) The 100th HGPI Seminar – The History of HGPI and its Future Prospects (October 15, 2021)

Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI) is an independent non-profit, non-partisan think tank established in 2004. Since our establishment, HGPI has worked to organize extensive discussions by a wide range of stakeholders on the pressing health policy issues, and to offer policy options to society.

For these activities, HGPI has won recognition in Japan and around the world. In the Global Go To Think Tank Index Report presented by the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, HGPI ranked second in the “Domestic Health Policy Think Tanks” category and third in the “Global Health Policy Think Tanks” category. (The report was released on January 28, 2021.)

To mark the occasion of our 100th HGPI Seminar, HGPI CEO and Board Member Mr. Ryoji Noritake will give a lecture titled, “The History of HGPI and its Future Prospects.”

At this event, Mr. Noritake will talk about the history of HGPI since its establishment, its role as a non-profit, independent, non-partisan, private health policy think tank, and the unique characteristics and issues one encounters when operating a non-profit organization. He will also share insights on key future topics in domestic and international healthcare policy as well as on the prospects of HGPI moving forward.

Please note that this seminar is available in Japanese only. An English report of this event will be published in due course.

 


■ Speaker:

Mr. Ryoji Noritake (CEO, Board Member, Health and Global Policy Institute)

■ Date and time:
Friday, October 15, 2021, 18:30-19:45 JST

■ Venue:
Zoom webinar

■ Participation fee:
Free

■ Capacity:
500

■ Profile:
Mr. Ryoji Noritake(CEO, Boad Member, Health and Global Policy Institute)

Mr. Ryoji Noritake is the CEO, Board Member of Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI), a Tokyo-based independent and non-profit health policy think tank established in 2004. He is a graduate of Keio University’s Faculty of Policy Management, holds a MSc in Medical Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He served as a Visiting Scholar at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (2016-2020) and a member of Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Policy Discussion Roundtable for Super Ageing Society (2018). He is currently serving as a member of Salzburg Global Seminar’s Advisory Council and various health related committees in Japan and the world.

Back to Events
PageTop