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A GATHERING ON SOCIAL INNOVATION

 

Zero Project will be celebrating Hiroshima as a city of hope and social innovation with roundtable sessions for business leaders, politicians, and community members to discuss the environment, community, and human rights. 

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2017 Program

 

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER|  Zero Project Art Collaboration + Exhibiton

OCTOBER 27 - 29|  Shadow People Art + Media Workshop

OCTOBER 28|  EVENING|  Disruptor Awards  

OCTOBER 29|  DAYTIME|  Hiroshima Roundtable

OCTOBER 29|  EVENING|  Zero Project Closing Event 

OCTOBER 30|  Satoyama Experience 

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ART EXHIBITIONS | 

 

Artists Akira Fujimoto, Cannon Hersey + Seitaro Kuroda will collaborate to create community and banner style artworks, which will be exhibited at the Kamachi Art Place from September 2017 through the October Zero Project.

 

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DISRUPTOR AWARDS → HIROSHIMA

1Future Presents the Disruptor Awards at Hiroshima, celebrating breakthroughs occurring at the intersection of technology and culture that create unforeseen solutions for some of our world’s most vexing problems. 

 

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DISRUPTOR AWARDS → HIROSHIMA

The Disruptor Awards brings together the world’s most fascinating disruptors to inspire and empower people towards innovative thinking and creative activism.  Awardees will include:

—Koko Kondo
—Motoharu Sano
—Akira Fujimoto
—Seitaro Kuroda
—Erika Abiko
—Tomoko Watanabe

Awardees still in discussion:
Steve Leeper, Tadatoshi Akiba, Yusuke Iseya, and Dr. William Perry

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Environment

Led by Tomoko Watanabe, ANT-Hiroshima

An in-depth discussion on the Green Legacy Project, the impact of radiation on the environment, and solutions using trees and nature to address radiation in Hiroshima, Fukushima, and beyond.

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Human rights

Led by Dr. William Perry and Koko Kondo

Conversation between former US Defense Secretary Dr. William Perry and Hiroshima survivor Koko Kondo, complimented by Professor Keiko Nakamura of Nagasaki University’s RECNA (nuclear abolishment program).

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Family + Community

Led by Reverend Gashin Kayo, Myoukei-in Temple

Gathering of spiritual and community leaders to explore explore how the Hiroshima community not only survived the nuclear bombing but has thrived. 

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Innovation

Kyosuke Inoue, NHK Enterprise + Nathalie Niño, Brava Investments + Nithin Mettu, GVNG

Roundtable speakers will address the idea of micro globalization, how small business can innovate a future that celebrates entrepreneurship in small ways with global reach. 

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ZERO PROJECT CLOSING EVENT

A closing celebration with live music performances produced by the One Dream Project. Guests will enjoy cocktails, food, and outdoor projections on the riverbank in the Peace Park of Hiroshima.

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CONTENT CREATION

 In partnership with Chugoku Shimbun + NHK

TELEVISION - project will be included in the Social Impact Series (NHK), and major news coverage by NHK, NHK World, and Hiroshima TV

NEWSPAPER- Major coverage on Chugoku Shimbun

SOCIAL MEDIA - Partnerships, including Unify

WEB - 1Future platform + Hiroshima Peace Media Center

PROJECTION + PUBLIC MEDIA - Hiroshima, New York City, Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto