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The English version of the gArticle 9 Associationh bulletin and news in Japanese (No.83, dated February 2nd, 2007) is published by Katsuyuki NARA and Sarah BROCK of the New English Teachers Association (http://www.shin-eiken.com/). The translations are all on our ownD
[Updated February 10th] @@@@@@@@@@@@@@(English version No.17)

ANA groups exceed 6,000 around the country

@@@ At a press conference in the National Diet on February 1st the A9A secretariat announced that the number of A9A groups has topped 6,000. A9A also announced immediately upcoming programs, including the following Constitution seminars.

 

@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ 2nd Constitution Seminar (in Shizuoka)

1.   Date: March 10th (Sat.)
2.   Venue: Nissei-Ekimae bldg.

3.  
Theme:gSolution of International Disputes—through the power of @Article 9h
4.   Lecturers: Isesaki Kenji(Professor, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
@@@@@@ @@@Oda Makoto (Founding member of A9A)
5.  
Admission:  1,000

6.  
Contact: Shizuoka A9A Group (Phone & Fax: 054-261-7457)

 

@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @3rd Constitution Seminar (in Kyoto)

1.   Date: March 17th (Sat.)
2.  
Venue: Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto
3.  
Theme: gHeart of Article 9 Viewed From Todayh
4.  
Lecturers: Arima Raitei (Priest, Kinkakuji and Ginkakuji-temples)
@@@@@@@@ @ Tsurumi Shunsuke (Founding member of A9A)

5.  
Admission:  1,000
6.  
Contact: Kyoto Committee of Constitution Signature Campaign
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(Fax:075-231-4327 or E-mail: shomei-kyoto@nifty.com)
 

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Several features of growing A9A groups:

1.   200 groups born every month

@@@The number of local and occupational A9A groups has reached 6,020 as of January 1st. Since the inauguration of A9A in June 2004, it has been increasing at the rate of 200 groups per month.

2.   Swelling on grassroots level

@@@In local level, small units of A9A groups have come into existence, for instance, elementary school zones or at the family level in Kyoto.

3.   Increasing workplace-level A9A groups

@@@ On the increase in number are workplace–level A9A groups, for example, public high schools in Osaka or gHello-workh employment security offices in Kanagawa. Besides, A9A groups in industry, such as NTT and major banks are also increasing.
4.   Spreading occupational A9A groups
@@@@ Occupational groups including sports and mass media are spreading. Further, youth and college studentsf A9A groups are growing.
5.  
gBest five A9A groupsh on prefecture-level formed as of January 31st
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1. Osaka (603),@@@ 2. Tokyo (559)@@ 3. Hokkaido (418),
@@@@@4 .Saitama (357)@@ 5. Kyoto (340)
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