Oct 25, 2011
Recent articles uploaded on the Sylff website have been compiled into a booklet entitled “Voices from the Sylff Community.” The 10 articles contained therein represent some of the many “voices” in the very extensive Sylff community, encompassing 69 universities in 44 countries around the world.
In addition to the print edition, the booklet is also available as a PDF file, which can be downloaded from the link below. It’s a handy introduction to what a handful of some 13,000 current and graduated Sylff fellows are doing and thinking, as well as the contributions they are making to make a difference in society and build a better future.
Some of the articles are the results of fellows’ academic research and social action, including those conducted through such additional support programs as Sylff Research Abroad (SRA) and the Sylff Leadership Initiative (SLI) provided by the Tokyo Foundation. Others are journalistic reports, essays, or the abridged transcription of a lecture. You can see how diverse the community is in terms of nationality, language, ethnicity, religion, and political system!
The members of this community have one thing in common, though: They all strive to tackle the complex issues facing the world or their respective countries and communities, displaying high integrity and desire to contribute to the betterment of society.
We are always eager to receive YOUR contributions to the site. Please contact the Tokyo Foundation at leadership[a]tkfd.or.jp (replace [a] with @).
Download PDF version (2.8 MB) here.
|Can Japan Make the Transition from Nuclear to Renewable Energy?
|Nuclear Environmental Justice in Arizona and Beyond
|Elections and Political Order: A Cross-National Analysis of Electoral Violence
|Masaaki Higashijima and
|Witnessing History in the Making
|Japan Is as Strong as Ever
|Muhammad Baharuddin Saenong Ilham
|On Groundedness, Preparedness, and Transitions
|Sherilyn Tan Siy
|The Mechanism behind the Egyptian ICT Revolution and Its Connotations
|Sound, Science, New Technology, and Emerging Nations
|From Temporary Residents to Immigrants: Some Issues concerning Brazilians in Japan
|Aurea Christine Tanaka
|Tradition in the Present: Amazonian Oral History at Schools
|Pirjo K. Virtanen