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2019

GOOD DESIGN|グッドフォーカス賞 [地域社会デザイン]

Award-winning item
Card Game and Books [SDGs LOCAL Card game/Books:How to build a sustainable community]
Business Owner
NPO issue+design/Project Design Inc.
Category
18-01 Regional/community development
Company
NPO issue+design (Japan)
Project Design Inc. (Japan)
Award Number
19G181355
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2019

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Outline

"SDGs x regional creation" has been designed to understand their essential qualities through (1) card games where multiple stakeholders can learn dialogues or coproduction and simulate to create their sustainable communities in the future and/or (2) books concentrate useful methods for community development, which can guide them put knowledge into practice in daily settings.

Producer

Yusuke Kakei, President, NPOissue + design + Nobuhide Fukui, CEO, Project Design Inc.

Director

Ryuta Kosuge, Rie Sato, Director, NPOissue + design + Shiyuki Hirobe, Norinobu Takeda, Director, Project Design Inc.

Designer

Sachi Shiraki, Cocoro Kurizaki, Miho Inagaki, Haruna Tsuchiya, Designer, NPOissue + design + Junichi Shimada, Designer, Project Design Inc. + Tomohide Mizuuchi, Associate Professor, Nagoya University of the Arts

More information

https://sdgslocal.jp/

プロジェクト開始
2019/1

Evaluation

SDGs and regional revitalization essentially have similar goals in the sense that they both aim at realizing a sustainable community. In dealing with various issues that different communities face, it is important that each person involved thinks about and imagines the future. However, in many cases across the nation, regional revitalization is attempted by directly introducing a model that was successful elsewhere, which in turn worsens the issue of standardization even further. This project has been praised for its efforts to perfectly offer a specific solution for such reality. We hope that children will start playing this game in the near future.

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