NYN Summit Japan 2011

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Conference/Presentation

Oct 201129
11:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.

Shibuya
Shibuya AP, Tokyu Plaza 8th Floor
Shibuya, Tōkyō, 150-0002
Japan


Dear NYN Friends
It is the time of the year when we gather together in person to share our visions and synergize our ideas to make this global network become what we want it to be.
A year and four months have passed since Nikkei Youth Network was founded, and during that time Japan has been hit with 3 disasters: Earthquake, Tsunami and Radiation. This experience has made us think more deeply in what this world needs and what can we do as a global community of people with strong bonds with Japan.
Today we have a better vision on what we want to achieve, but the HOW to achieve it, will become an open discussion on this coming NYN Summit 2011 in Tokyo.
I would like to invite you to be part of our transformation and part of a new project that we will be presenting you on this occasion. We need your help, your ideas to make this work.
See you at the NYN Summit 2011 and in the Halloweenyn Party afterwards!
11:00 – 12:30 |  NYN Presentations

12:30 – 01:30 | Lunch

01:30 – 03:00 | NYN Workshop

03:00 – 03:30 | Workshop presentations

03:30 – 05:00 | IS Volunteer Project report & workshop

Fee: 3000 yen (includes: lunch, beverages and free entrance to the Halloweenyn party below)
Place: Shibuya AP, Tokyu Plaza 8th Floor | GoogleMap
How to attend: Register HERE
http://nikkeiyouth.com/2011/10/03/nyn-summit-japan-2011/

 

akirau . Last modified Oct 13 2011 12:25 a.m.


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