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Community Planning through Local Partnership

Our goal is to develop an attractive environment such as an “academic capital”, where localities and OU work together to discuss and develop solution to communal, and social issues.
 

Okayama Association for Community Development

As a driving force for sustainable development of the city, our association is functioned to integrate organizations of industry, government, academia, finance and media, supports and allows us to exchange ideas and explore solutions for various problems. Through the local partnership, we examine policies on four areas: education revitalization, regional medical care, technology and environment, and community planning. We also educate the next generation of leaders through our CBL Program. Our goal is to create an attractive platform for people from all over the world and to gather and interact therefore making Okayama an innovation center of regional development.

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Study Group for Community Planning in Next Future

Study Group for Town and Mobility in Okayama●Study Group for Town and Mobility in Okayama
This group considers problems related to urban transportation, traffic in inter-mountainous areas, and diversity of movement, aiming to create better, and more appealing region.

●Study Group for Sports Promotion for Okayama Community(SPOC)
Focusing on the power of sports, it increases loyalty to Okayama and local pride through sports and promotes regional revitalization.
 

Students-Driven Community Planning

Students-Driven Community PlanningThis initiative supports individual students or student groups to participate proactively in the regional development connecting the community and OU. Through discussions with locals in each field, students are able to acquire problem solving, communication, and planning skills by creating ideas to make the community more attractive. In addition, there are number of successful projects in the past include small private school activities, downtown rejuvenation, and supporting reactivation in disaster areas.