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Migrants and Japanese Society

Program Objectives and Target Issues

The grant of the Special Subject "Migrants and Japanese Society" will be given to projects that study any of the five issues below and implement measures to address these issues (for example, building a mechanism or system to solve an issue or improve a situation) during the grant period. 

(1) Creation of an environment for maximizing the skills and potential of foreign talent
(2) Minimizing gaps among foreign residents in their access to information
(3) Examination of human and other resources in support of the care and support systems for foreign residents
(4) Attracting skilled human resources from abroad
(5) Lessons from insights and experiences gained through Japanese companies’ overseas operations

Comments by Selection Committee Chair

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Grant List

TYTID Project Title Project Leader Position, Organization Grant Amount (yen)
D19-MG-0016 For Japanese medical care to be better for people from Islamic countries in Southeast Asia as well: Interactive communication strategy and social implementation through mixed-methods research Ayako Kohno Graduate Student (PhD Candidate), Department of Health Informatics, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University 4,500,000
D19-MG-0031 Survey and promotion of multicultural society through supporting children with international roots-Creating a community where information can be shared and trust can be established across cultures and languages Noriko Yamada Research Fellow, Institute for Future Engineering 8,500,000
D19-MG-0034 Transformation from Home Care to Elderly Care National Insurance: Stabilization and Establishment of Cross-Cultural Cooperation for Foreign Employees at Japan's Nursing Homes Nimonjiya Osamu Operating officer, AHP NETWORKS 6,500,000
D19-MG-0035 Implementation and dissemination of “Easy Japanese” training for health care professionals and students through a workshop assisted by foreign residents in a community Yuko Takeda Professor, Department of Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, Juntendo University 4,000,000
D19-MG-0051 A Strengthening Project of a Multilingual Consultation Service System Through Public-Private Partnerships-Towards Reaching Sustainable Management of (Japan’s) Newly Formed Multi-Cultural General Information Consultation System “One-Stop Centers” Doi Yoshihiko Representative Director, Resource Center for Multicultural Community Tokai 9,000,000
D19-MG-0062 Building a comprehensive platform for systems related to the acceptance of foreign workers Sugita Shohei Project Assitant Professor, Keio University Law School 7,500,000
D19-MG-0086 Research and Verification survey for a Support Model for local foreign highly skilled personnel by the Industry-Academia-Government-Bank collaboration Ogino Sayuri CEO, B&M Inc. 5,000,000
Total 7 45,000,000

Grant Framework

Proposal Submission Period From October 1 to November 30, 2019, 23:59 Japan Standard Time
Application Requirements Details are available in the Guidelines
Total Amount of Grants 40 million yen
Expected Grant Amount (per project) JPY 5,000,000 to JPY 10,000,000
Project Period Two years (May 2020 – Apr 2022) or Three years (May 2020 – Apr 2023)
Selection of Grants Formal decisions on the awarding of grants will be made by the Toyota Foundation Board of Directors at a meeting, based on the deliberations of responsible Selection Committee consisting of external experts.
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