LAST WORDS, the life and death project of WAKAZO, exhibited at QWS CROSSTAGE.
A project WAKAZO has been working on exhibited a booth in QWS CROSSTAGE which was held on October 6th and 7th in one of the most popular commercial facilities in Shibuya, Tokyo. The project is called “LAST WORDS” and it focuses on life and death.In an event space in the 7th floor of Shibuya Scramble Square, a booth from WAKAZO was arranged with a big tree next to it. The exhib…
WAKAZO held an event on life and death in Shibuya QWS
On September 10, 2023, we held an event on “Views on Life and Death” at QWS in Shibuya, Tokyo, under the theme of “Designing Future Society for Our Lives ” for the Kansai-Osaka Expo to be held in 2025.In this event, after discussing views on life and death, participants were asked to think about the last words, in other words LASTWORDS, they would like …
Announcement of WKC Forum 2023
The inochi WAKAZO Project will co-host a student forum with the WHO Centre for Health Development that will provide an opportunity to learn and discuss various global health issues.This forum will feature keynote speeches, breakout sessions, and panel discussions based on the theme of Universal Health Coverage Day 2022, “Build the world we want: A healthy future for all.…
WAKAZO hosted the inochi Mirai Pre-summit
On August 20, 2023, WAKAZO hosted the inochi Mirai Pre-summit, which brought together approximately 100 participants, including middle and high school students from the nationwide inochi Gakusei innovators’ program (i-GIP) and students from UWC ISAK JAPAN. The purpose of the event was to reflect on perspectives about life and death to explore the theme of “Shining …
The project “LAST WORDS” has been selected for the QWS Challenge #16!
The project “LAST WORDS” has been selected for the QWS Challenge #16.The QWS Challenge, in which we are participating this time, is a program to promote “projects that question unknown values”. It is open to a wide variety of players with spontaneous “questions” based on their own sensibilities, with no limits on the field or scale of the pr…
i-GIP beyond holds a demonstration experiment on Awaji Island.
In early June 2023, a prototype of a card game for learning prenatal andpostnatal child-rearing information in a fun way was completed, which was thewinner of the inochi Gakusei Innovators’ Program Tokushima 2021. On June 10 of the same year, a test play was held at the City General WelfareHall in Sumoto City, Hyogo Prefecture, with seven couples participating in aprenat…