Report on the 2005 EU-Japan Year of People-to-People Exchanges
Part I: The 2005 EU-Japan Year of People-to-People Exchanges
Message for the EU-Japan Year
Outline of the EU-Japan Year
Calendar of Events
The 2005 EU-Japan Year of People-to-People Exchanges was celebrated in Japan and 25 EU Member States throughout the year 2005. Over 1,900 events were held in Japan and across the EU in the course of the year, creating many opportunities for Japanese and European people to come together. With a view to harnessing this experience for future Japan-EU exchanges, in Part I, we have chronicled the EU-Japan Year of People-to-People Exchanges. In Part II, we have compiled the profiles of the organizations which participated in the Year of People-to-People Exchanges to serve as an "address book" for the Japan-EU exchanges from here on. We hope you will find this webpage useful as a network-building tool for Japan-EU exchanges.
Part II: Address Book for the Japan-EU Exchanges
This page introduces organizations from Japan and EU countries that participated in the EU-Japan Year of People-to-People Exchanges
Index of participating organizations (in alphabetical order)
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
Index by Country
Japan | Austria | Belgium | Cyprus | Czech Republic | Denmark | Estonia | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Malta | The Netherlands | Poland | Portugal | Slovakia | Slovenia | Spain | Sweden | United Kingdom
Index by Category
Film | Theatre | Dance | Music | Photography | Sports | Arts | Education | Research | Youth Exchange | Regional Exchange | Lifestyle | Civil Society,NGO | Other
The 25 EU Member States (EU Member States from before May 2004 and New EU Member States from May 2004)
The Address Book for Japan-EU Exchanges features only those organizations that held events registered as part of the "EU-Japan Year" and have agreed to post the information in this Address Book (the contents were confirmed by the organizers in March 2006). Please note that blank portions in the featured contents indicate information that the respective organizations did not wish to make public, and therefore we will not be able to respond to inquiries regarding these portions.

Furthermore, aside from the Japanese embassies and consulate generals, none of the featured organizations are organizations or institutions of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. All users are invited to contact the respective organizations for enquiries about their activities based on the contact information featured in the Address Book.

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