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Discovery of Cooperation
DEC@2007 No.185

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First National Gathering for Cooperative Child-Care
gBeyond Hardship in Lifeh: Delivery of Cooperative Child-Care with Empathy to Communities
Opening Remarks FUJITA Tohru 3
Part I Commemorative Speech
E Independence of Children Fostered by Compassion ? Easy, Slowly and Delicately Ohwaku Masaru 5
Part II Panel Discussion
E A Community Networking with a Collaboration Support by citizens & Administration for Child-Care 32
Closing Remarks NAGATO Yuzo 37
Sectional Meetings
E Section 1 Children and Play SHIDARA Akihiko 39
E Section 2 Children and Health HIRANO Yoko 45
E Section 3 Driving Force for Community Networking: Empathy and Collaboration between Parents and Workers UEDA Rumiko 51
E Section 4 Join in a Network of Mutual Respect T.Miho x .Seiko/ n .Takahiro 56
E Section 5 Let's Create a Play to Be Connected Makoto INOUE 63
E Section 6 Workers/Parents/Neighbors Companionship
in Community Network T.Manabu/S.Keiko/ Y.Maiko
68
E Section 7 Children's House as a Home for Junior High and High School Students YAMAGUCHI Yukiko 75
E@ Section 8 Talk a Lot! Children's House ? Today, Tomorrow and the Future TERADA Susumu 81
E@ Section 9 To Live and To Work ? Examination on gHardshiph in Life for Youth TONEGAWA Toku 87
REPORTS
After-School Care to Foster Dreams and Hopes ? Child-Care Support by gAssociated Workh l`sty`v`@s 93
REPORTS FROM MEMBERS
What H Stomach Cancer H|h have removed it safely by surgery. nj`x`rt@j 111
NEWS FROM THE UNION FURUMURA Nobuhiro 113
NEWS FROM THE INSTITUTE AOKI Michi 114
JOURNALS 116

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Discovery of Cooperation
NOV 2007 No.184

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PREFACE
System Making for Non-Profit Sector Beginning from the Movement of Worker's Co-Operatives TUDA Naonori 2
SPECIAL ISSUES | Activities around Legislation: From Sep. 15 Citizens ' Forum to the End of Year
E Greeting SASAMORI Kiyoshi 6
E Commemorative Speech DOMOTO Akiko 7
E Remark on the Forum KURITA Kenichi 16
HASHIMOTO Yoshihiro 15
E Activities after September 15 : Plan toward the Winter FURUMURA Nobuhiro 18
E JICR's Activities in the Coming Months TASHIMA Yasutoshi 22
Study | New Public Initiative and the Citizen Autonomy Series 2
gPublic Services Campaign: Charter Establishmenthby the Alliance of Public Services Workers Unions YAMAMOTO Koji 30
Before Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Center JIGYODAN
New Phase of the Cooperative Movement: Proposal for a Commitment Management NAGATO Yuzo 52
OVERSEAS @REPORTS
Social Cooperative in Italy 2005 Introduced by OKAYASU Kisaburo 75
Diary of a Workers' Coop: Yubari Community Center gMINANOh YOSHIDA Yutaka 95
CO-OP PLAZA
Participating an Open Symposium by a School of JSSACE SHIMOMURA Tomofumi 100
REPORTS FROM MEMBERS
E From Supporting Homeless People to Business Startup Effort HONDA Jinan 103
E Lecture by Mr. Yamamoto IKEDA Ryuhei 107
NEWS FROM THE UNIONNEWS FURUMURA Nobuhiro 109
NEWS FROM THE INSTITUTE AOKI Michi 110
JOURNALS 112

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Discovery of Cooperation
OCT 2007 No.183

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PREFACE
Study on Working Styles FURUTANI Naomichi 2
SPECIAL ISSUES | New Public Initiative and the Citizen Autonomy
E Series 1 gNew Public Initiative and the Citizen Autonomyh FUKUSHIMA Hirohiko 4
E Comment SHIMAMURA Hiroshi 31
LECTURE
E Social History of Japanese Workers Cooperatives ? Purpose of Labor and the Organizational Perspective IWAMI Takashi 38
E What is gDecent Workh? NAGATO Yuzo 53
BOOK REVIEW
gCommunity Storeh with a 100-Year History HIGA Hirohito 66
REPORTS FROM MEMBERS
Town Development with Citizen Participation MATSUO Tadasu 71
NEWS FROM THE UNIONNEWS FURUMURA Nobuhiro 73
NEWS FROM THE INSTITUTE AOKI Michi 75

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Discovery of Cooperation
SEP 2007 No.182

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PREFACE
The Institute Expressing the Age NAKAGAWA Yuichiro

2
Simposium
Beyond Neo Liberalism ?Building in Collaboration work in our community- YAMAUCHI Ryoji 5
Revitalization on Hokkaido: The Course of gIchiih Which is Carrying on the Community Welfare ETORI Junko 14
Creating an Affluent Aging Society through Making the Friends and Sharing the Role MORITA Ken 16
In the NPO, We can Make a Mistake and Try to Start Again -Let us Act on Community Issues- MORITA Yuko 17
Travel is a Model of Community: The Meaning of Work in the NPO FUKUHARA Ryota 19
I would like to import the Agriculture of Asahikawa by gMother's Real Intentionh YAMAKAWA Yaeko 22
Eco-Otoinepp NPO Mc,Set up by the Members of the National Railway Workers SUGIYAMA Hitoshi 24
Let us create a New Public Initiative through citizens themselves TAKEMORI Tetsu 27
Results and Assignments of a series of symposiums toward the Annual General Meeting of JWCU & Jigyodan GENDA Tomoaki 32
The 16th Annual General Meeting of JICR 34
CO-OP PLAZA
Invitation to the 47th National Meeting of Social Education Research YAMAMOTO Kenji 59
Information@/@News from the Union@/@News from the Institute 64
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
SEPTEMBER 2007 No.181

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PREFACE
Present Stage of Workers Cooperative Movements KOHASHI Nobuyuki
2
Special issues on Yubari F
Panel DiscussionG
6
    Community Development: Community Resources Made the Best Use    
    MURAKAMI Tomohiko/BANDO Gen/TANAKA Yoko/NAKAMURA Taeko/FUKUSHIMA Hirohiko    

Relay TalksGCommunity Based Activity Reports

27

Yubari ReportsG

   

The Community Economic Development In Hokkaido in Pursuit of Self-Governance and Subsidiarity-My Question About Yubari Case

YOSHIDA Kunihiko
38
   

Theme and Prospect of the Community Welfare Center in Yubari

YOSHIDA Yutaka
46
   

Participating in the Opening Ceremony of the Community Welfare Center in Yubari

OBA Hiroshi 50
    The Issue for the Restoraction to Life on Yubari -a Leading Role of Workers Cooperative NABEYA Kuniharu 52
Meeting for the Study : Alternative Plans/Social Enterprises in Korea  
    Outline of the Meeting for the Study Kang Nae-young 59
    Present Situation and Search for the Possibility of Social Enterprises in Korea Kim Hong-il 63
   

Presentation of the Social Enterprise Support Center and the Present Situation of the Social Enterprise Law

Moon Bo-kyung 71
Workers Co-op Legislation:  

Initiative of Calling for Legislation of gAssociated Work Lawh

FURUMURA Nobuhiro 86
Concept of Associated Work of Workers Cooperatives SHIMAMURA Hiroshi 89
Report from Members
Dealing with gJob Creation Forum in Oitah MIURA Takahiro 98

Participating in the First Community Conference in Kanto Koshinetsu Area

TAKECHI Shojin 101

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Discovery of Cooperation
JULY 2007 No.180

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PREFACE
The Institute Expressing the Age NAKAGAWA Yuichiro

2
Simposium
Beyond Neo Liberalism ?Building in Collaboration work in our community- YAMAUCHI Ryoji
5
Revitalization on Hokkaido: The Course of gIchiih Which is Carrying on the Community Welfare ETORI Junko
14
Creating an Affluent Aging Society through Making the Friends and Sharing the Role MORITA Ken
16
In the NPO, We can Make a Mistake and Try to Start Again -Let us Act on Community Issues- MORITA Yuko
17
Travel is a Model of Community: The Meaning of Work in the NPO FUKUHARA Ryota 19
I would like to import the Agriculture of Asahikawa by gMother's Real Intentionh YAMAKAWA Yaeko 22
Eco-Otoinepp NPO Mc,Set up by the Members of the National Railway Workers SUGIYAMA Hitoshi 24
Let us create a New Public Initiative through citizens themselves TAKEMORI Tetsu 27
Results and Assignments of a series of symposiums toward the Annual General Meeting of JWCU & Jigyodan GENDA Tomoaki 32
The 16th Annual General Meeting of JICR 34
CO-OP PLAZA
Invitation to the 47th National Meeting of Social Education Research YAMAMOTO Kenji 59
Information@/@News from the Union@/@News from the Institute 64
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
JUN 2007 No.179

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PREFACE
Learning from THE WORKING POOR by David K. Shipler MORIOKA Koji 2
WORKING POOR AND ASSOCIATED WORK
Working Poor and Decent work HORIUCHI Mitsuko 5
Wage Level of Non-Regular Employees and Minimum Wage OGOSHI Yonosuke
10
Interview: Mechanism Producing Working Poor
15
Working Conditions of Women and Working Poor SEIYAMA Rei
24
Policies for the Working Poor in Korea and Its Implications to Japan GOISHI Norimichi
28
Social Exclusion in Italy --- Its philosophy, its present situation and its prospects TANAKA Natsuko 33
ROKYO - must grow up to be able to meet expectation of youths OGRO Satoshi 37
The Current Significance of Workers' Co-op
- with relation to eSocial Exclusion' and efrom Welfare to Work'-
HASHIMOTO Satoru 41
LECTURE
The Rights of Persons with Disabilities and a Domestic Political Theme - Work and Employment- MATSUI Ryosuke 45
CO-OP PLAZA
The Rise of the Global Left \ The World Social Forum and Beyond IWAMI Takashi 56
*News from the Union FURUMURA Nobuhiro 61
*News from the Institute KIKUCHI Ken 62
*Report from Hokkaido AOKI Michi 63
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
MAY 2007 No.178

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PREFACE
Finding the Role through Looking Back a History of Dengagu-za (Dengagu theatrical company) MATSUDA Mitsuo 2
CULTURE OF COOPERATION
On Cultivating Cooperationship: A View of Cultural Economist NAKATANI Takeo 5
What does Art bring children's mental growth? ARAKI Akio 12
Community Development for Human Instatement and Community Sports ` its Pssibilities and Expectations ` MORIKAWA Sadao 17
Interview with Mr. SUZUKI Osamu : Work and Culture \ through Job-coach and Supporting Sport for the Handicapped 26
Meaning, Value and Possibility of Associated Work YASU Kenji 35
Living Worthwhile Activities and Welfare Culture of the Older Person UMEHARA Kenjiro 38
LECTURE
What is about eCare'? OZAWA Isao 47
CO-OP PLAZA
Situation of the Workers Co-op in Hokkaido ? before having the General Assembly CHIHARA Takafumi 61
*News from the Union FURUMURA Nobuhiro 64
*News from the Institute KIKUCHI Ken 65
*Report from Hokkaido AOKI Michi 66
*Books
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
APRIL 2007 No.177

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PREFACE
Workers Co-op Development and Constitution Article 9 will Stop the War KAJI Keiichiro 2
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ASSOCIATED WORK
Possibility of associated work and recreation of public services SAKABAYASHI Tesuo 4
Community Welfare under Revised eLong-term Care Insurance Law' and eDisability Support Bill' SUZUKI Tsutomu 14
Providing toward new public services
Creating System that People Take Public Survices on Themselves SUGIYAMA Atsuhiko 28
Present situation of Yuraou which tries everything and develops community welfare center based on the true nature of associated work NAGAKU Mayumi 29
Practice of care-workers co-op Watasuge OGAWA Keiko 35
Looking back a year of Central Jigyodan at the Sapporo office ? Aiming at the public facility management based on the user TAKEMORI Testu 37
LECTURE eBig Bang in Labour Legislation' and Workers Co-op ARAMATA Shigeo 41
Participating in a eSymposium for Job and Community Creation 2007 in Kushiro' YOSHIDA Kunihiko 45
The Gist of Community Work Support Local Act 54
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE LAW IN KOREA AND TENDENCY OF CIVIL SOCIETY
Around Social Enterprise Law OKAYASU Kisaburo 60
Social Enterprise Law 68
Background of Socia Enterprise Law GOISHI Norimichi 73
*News from the Union FURUMURA Nobuhiro 83
*News from the Institute KIKUCHI Ken 84
*Report from Hokkaido AOKI Michi 86
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
MARCH 2007 No.176

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PREFACE
The History of the Older-persons' Cooperative movement and the problem in the future TANAYA Manabu 2
DECADE OF OLDER-PERSONS COOPERATIVE MOVEMNET
The Role of Older Persons in Fulfilling Community Reformation HASHIMOTO Yoshihiro 5
Older-persons' Cooperative- Flourishing Dream, Hope and Possibility:
Thinking of Next Strategy after Ten Years' Activities
NAGATO Yuzo 15
Present Situation of Older Persons Cooperative Movement KATAYAMA Shinichi 20
Mie Health Welfare Cooperative' Past and Future WATANABE Eiji 23
Early Years of Okinawa Older Persons Cooperative TAKEI Hiroshi 26
Aichiken Older-Persons' Consumer Cooperative in Ten Years HASEGAWA Katsuhiko 30
Creating Well-being Society with Consideration of Environment, Peace and Life: Ten years' History and Future of Nagano Older-Persons' Cooperative YASUI Takeshi 36
History of Hokkaido Older-Persons Cooperative YOSHIDA Yutaka 41
Kanagawa Older-Persons' Cooperative in Ten Years KUROKAWA Toshio 45
The Tokyo Senior Coop in ten years considering through the member composition TAJIRI Kouji 49
Thinking of Okayama Older-persons' Cooperative in Ten Years - The Role and Meaning of Older-Persons' Cooperative Movement OKAMOTO Hiroshi 56
Kochi Older-persons' Cooperative in Ten Years SOGA Hideaki 60
Seeking a few Practice of ethe Method of Audit'- Trying for Mechanism of eCooperative-Self-Audit' NAKADA Soichro 63
Aging Policy and Organizations in Japan-Seen from a Bystander's Vantage Point- YOKOTA Yasuhiro 71
Older-Persons' Organizations in the World: The Case of AARP in the US GEMBA Mami 79
Coming Across People- in the Days of Establishing the Tokyo Senior Coop TAKECHI Shojin 87
Encounters in Ten Years of Older-Person's Cooperative UMEHARA Kensaku 90
*News from the Union FURUMURA Nobuhiro 95
*News from the Institute KIKUCHI Ken 96
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
FEBRUARY 2007 No.175

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PREFACE
What Can We Take Up? SHIMAMURA Hiroshi 2
WORK WITH HUMANITY AND DECENT WORK
From facts of non proper employment workers KAMO Momoyo 5
Business development based on the community: Challenges of Fukuoka Workers Coop Taxi OGATA Mitsuru 12
Workers Coop Aslan: A Editing production was set up by the Labor Dispute from Bankruptcy SUGIMURA Kazumi 21
Workers Collective: Supportive methods were born of Consumer Cooperatives ISHIMOTO Hiromi 26
Thinking about work environment for care-workers MORIGUCHI Hiromi 30
Associated -work cooperative law and a new way of work OKAYASU Kisaburo 36
Comment on the Reports HORIUCHI Mitsuko 39
Discussion 44
Comment on the Panel Discussion HORIUCHI Takaharu 57
Thinking of the National Gathering of Cooperation KUROKAWA Toshio 60
Through Participating in the Panel Discussion "Value of Cooperation; Work with Humanity and Decent Work" OGINO Takumi 65
Impression of the Panel Discussion YAMADA Tatsuro 67
Impression of the Panel Discussion YAMAMOTO Masahiko 68
BOOK REVIEW
"WEGE ZUM FRIEDEN MIT DER NATUR:Praktische Naturphilosophie fNur die Umweltpolitik" NAKATA Shigeatsu 69
*News from the Union FURUMURA Nobuhiro 73
*News from the Institute KIKUCHI Ken 74
*Diary/Editors Comment

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Discovery of Cooperation
JANUARY 2007 No.174

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<General Meeting>
Opening Act 2
Opening Address ADACHI Akira 4
Greeting Addresses by Guests SAITO Tomio YADA Tatsuro
6
   
8
Commemoration Speech NOJIRI Taketoshi 10
Lessons from the Hanshin and Awaji large earthquake disaster - Direction of the Twenty-First Century
Relay-Talks
*
From econstrained work' to enecessary work for the community' KUNIEDA Tetsuo 23
*
Dignity and employment of persons with disabilities ITO Ryuko 26
*
Making storks return in the wild- Challenge by Toyooka city OKUDA Seiki 31
*
Thinking about ecooperation and work' based on efood' MOTONO Ichiro 36
*
The Times with citizens themselves shouldering community reform and its development TANAKA Yoko 41
Key Note Address
Developing human restoration and community reform by cooperation JINNO Naohiko 46
Concluding Comments KANNO Masazumi 60
Impressions by Participants 62
<Section Meetings>
1
Value of cooperation; tackling social exclusion and overcoming social isolation KIKUCHI Ken 64
2
Value of cooperation; new public services and community business SAGARA Takao 71
3
Value of cooperation; work with humanity and decent work AOKI Michi 80
4
Value of cooperation; verification after the Hanshin and Awaji large earthquake disaster; real reconstruction and true reform KITADA Satoshi 87
5
Making friends and creating a job for the older persons/baby boomers NAKAGAWA Taichi 93
6
Talking on work and independence of the youth - restart from stumbling and restart with stumbling HANASAKI Masako 98
7
Thoroughgoing discussions; how to deal with community well-being? What do we want to do that? AIHARA Noriko 105
8
Employment support for the disabled and associated work GAPPA Shoichiro 109
9
Child-care and education with cooperation through community activities TANAKA Kiyoko 117
10
Is it all right about efood' and eagriculture' in Japan? - Tying production, distribution and consumption with cooperation- KAWAKAMI Kenta 125
11
Community and human life brought up by culture KAKIMOTO Choho 133
12
Community development and job creation through green and environment TAKAGI Tetsuji 140
13
Social and cultural exchange between Japan and Korea - community development, job creation and welfare activities based on cooperation CHOI Sung-Woo 147
<Summary by Executive Committee> FUJITA Yukio 160
<Data> 166

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