Policy Entrepreneur’s Platform (PEP) is a community of "policy entrepreneurs" working to build a better Japan. We aim to create an environment where politics, bureaucracy, private sectors, academia, and NPO/NGOs can cooperate with each other to address various policy issues and take the lead in realizing influential policies.
Forum Center for
The Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Japan (C4IRJ) was established in July 2018 as a collaboration among the World Economic Forum, the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Asia Pacific Initiative. The C4IR Network promotes the creation and demonstration of the global rules necessary to control evolving technologies and ensure they are used for the benefit of society.
Silicon Valley Japan
Silicon Valley Japan Platform (SVJP) is a non-profit organization that engages executives from the U.S. and Japan in a community built on trust, so they can learn from each other, collaborate together, and reach their goals in a more powerful way. Through our community, executives from both countries form deeper ties, resulting in greater innovation and success at both a company and global level.
The Commons Project
I-House is contributing to reconnecting people around the world in collaboration with The Commons Project (TCP), a non-profit organization headquartered in Switzerland, to harness the power of data and technology to promote safer border crossings even under pandemic travel restrictions by providing and supporting digital infrastructure so that people can access and manage their own health information.
Asia Pacific Young
Asia Pacific Young Leaders Program (APYLP) is a community of young leaders from the Asia Pacific region who will be shaping peace and prosperity for the region in the coming decades. Through the program, I-House and its partner institutions in the Asia Pacific will create new initiatives in the region by connecting the participants of leadership programs to provide them with opportunities for ongoing study.
This program supports young professionals of various fields and backgrounds to become public-minded leaders with a broad perspective through lectures, discussions and field work.