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Contact Collaboration with External Parties Fujitsu collaborates with organizations such as Japanese and overseas industry groups and forums as well as governments and international agencies, considering specific proposals aimed at resolving social issues and then implementing those proposals.
In this context, we also pursue activities that relate to public policy and to the formulation and revision of legislation.
Successive years of planning for these massive sporting events has sparked efforts across the industry, government and academic sectors aimed at ensuring that they are a success. Fujitsu's involvement includes becoming, in Februarya "Tokyo Gold Partner" -- the highest domestic level in the Tokyo Sponsorship Program.
In this role, Fujitsu will be supporting the success of the Tokyo Games as a datacenter hardware partner. By bringing together ICT and sport with the focus on people, Fujitsu's goal is to help build communities in which everyone can live full and happy lives.
Fujitsu understands the true power of sport as a vehicle for promoting the broader adoption of ICT by society through its customers, suppliers and regional residents. By resolving social issues in this way, we believe that we are stimulating growth toward a better future for Japan, and in turn, helping to create new business for ourselves and improve our corporate value.
Building a Society where Everyone Can Live in Comfort - based on the Concept of "Barrier-Free Minds" At the Tokyo Games, the keys to success will be the work of thevolunteers planned for the event and the role of the Paralympics in promoting community participation by disabled people.
Fujitsu is boosting its social contribution programs with the aims of cultivating a corporate volunteer culture and promoting diversity, working toward practical implementation at the Games. To build a society that is welcoming to elderly and disabled citizens, we need to do more than simply provide the infrastructure hardware.
It is crucial that we also eliminate attitudinal barriers and actively encourage participation in society by the elderly and disabled through the concept of "Barrier-Free Minds". In cooperation with the Business Community Conference for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, Fujitsu is engaged in a range of volunteer programs, including trial sessions for wheelchair basketball and wheelchair assistance as well as cooperation with junior-high-school and high-school students in the drafting of accessibility maps.
These maps indicate features such as steps in roads and pathways and the angle of incline on slopes, so that these elements can be taken into consideration by people pushing baby buggies or moving around in wheelchairs. These sorts of universal design initiatives are also examples of activities aimed at encouraging "Barrier-Free Minds".
In the People program, we are progressing initiatives relating to business and human rights together with corporate efforts aimed at helping to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals SDGs. Through these initiatives, Fujitsu is working to resolve a range of issues in communities worldwide.
The workshop provided an overview of areas such as the knowledge accumulated by the WBSCD and its programs.
It also provided a venue for discussions with experts on a range of topics, including approaches that will lead to ongoing enhancements to corporate competitiveness as businesses work to resolve social issues, as well as specific methodologies and issues. It offers a venue for close collaboration among leaders from a diverse range of key international institutions as well as from the business world, government, academia and society, with the aim of shaping global, regional and industry-based agendas.
The Davos meetings bring together in one venue more than 3, leaders in their fields from around the world, including company executives, political leaders, intellectuals and journalists, to discuss the major problems confronting the world Theme for the annual meeting: Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.
Fujitsu has participated in the forum sincewith representatives from various levels in the company - from executives down to the departmental level - engaging in a range of activities, including the Davos meetings.
At a dedicated venue in central Davos, a discussion was held on 'Co-Creation through Technology' based on the Davos conference theme, involving global companies primarily from the United States and Europe. This project convenes workshops and other avenues for exchanging opinions and is aimed at boosting the world's capability to deal with cybercrime through private-public collaboration.
The paper produced by this project, titled "Recommendations for Public-Private Partnership against Cybercrime January ", was supported by a total of 22 organizations and individuals 7 public sector, 8 ICT sector, 6 finance sector and 1 consulting firmand Fujitsu was the sole supporter from Asia in this effort.
The 5th workshop was held in Julyand we took part in round-table discussions with people who are engaged in combating cybercrime on a daily basis. The members consisted of industry, government and academic parties. The workshop focused on "information sharing" and "enhancing response capabilities" as areas to target in combating cybercrime.
There was discussion on topics such as methods and incentives for building public-private partnerships in order to achieve these goals. Input from Fujitsu included its plans to raise its response capability by enhancing its human resource development programs. This workshop was held in Singapore in conjunction with a symposium sponsored by Interpol, a WEF strategic partner Theme: Cybersecurity is one of the key challenges confronting the world and must be dealt with through international cooperation.
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