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Responsibilities for International and Local Communities

As part of our“Code of Conduct,”we set forth, “As a member of a global company, I shall adhere to the rules of the international community, promote harmonious relations with different cultures and customs, and endeavor to contribute to the development of other countries.”Under this code, we actively engage ourselves in social contribution activities.

Educational support activities

We have been supporting the Kitano Lifelong Education Advancement Public Interest Incorporated Foundation that promotes life long education in which “everyone can receive anytime, anywhere and as necessary”from preschool children to elderly citizens since its establishment in 1975. It was established by Takaharu Kitano, the founder of the company, at his own expense to help those who want to study while working and who want to continue to study throughout their lives.

Overseas activities
In China, Vietnam and the Philippines, the foundation hosts scholarship systems at designated high schools and universities, supporting students who have a love of learning. In the Philippines, it also supports the building of nursery schools. The foundation plans to expand the area of its support.
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Guangdong university of technology scholarship ceremony

Duong Xa (Hanoi,Vietnam) high school scholarship ceremony

Domestic activities
The foundation offers scholarship systems for non-degree students, non-degree students at the Open University of Japan and regular students of the School of Graduate Studies of the Open University of Japan, provides subsidiaries to surveys and research on lifelong education, holds prize thesis contests for the general public every year since the foundation's establishment and hosts lecture, training and other meetings.
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Opportunity for non-degree students to report the results of their studies

Lecture of traditional culture "Noh"

Support development and culture support activities

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Ladies golf tournament

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Round lesson

In order to develop a sport culture and social contributions, we have sponsored a professional golf tournament for ladies since 1980. (Suspended between 1996 and 2002).
Based on the purpose of sponsorship for sport and culture support, a part of the quota for recommended players is allotted for juniors, especially young amateur players. Also, during the tournament, a lesson by professionals is held for elementary and junior high school players. In consideration of the future development of a sports culture, we also contribute to the LPGA Kids Fund Raising Campaign sponsored by the Ladies Professional Golf Association of Japan (LPGA). During the tournament, we invite disabled persons, contributing to a wide range of sports development and culture support.
As part of support of local development promotion, we contribute part of admission income to Susono City that hosts the tournament and the amount earned by the players during the tournament based on a unique point system to Shizuokakenshinren (Shizuoka Prefecture Forest Union Association).
In FY2013, as in the previous year, a charity golf tournament was held featuring members of the Ladies Professional Golfers’ Association of Japan. Based on the results posted by the players, a total of 11.33 million yen was donated to assist children made orphans in Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima prefectures by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011.

Other social contribution activities

We conduct cleanup activities in the neighborhood of individual plants and waste reduction activities at plants, addressing the creation of a recycling society.

Cleanup activities
Cleanup activities

Waste reduction activities
Waste reduction activities

 

To go to the “Environmental Reports”

To go to the “Environmental Reports”

Confronting the Problem of Conflict Minerals

The Stanley Group is deeply concerned about the problems of human rights abuses and environmental damage by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and neighboring countries. Because these groups appear to be financed by dealings in conflict minerals,* we are taking measures to ensure supply chain transparency so as to avoid abetting these problems, and are promoting responsible procurement of minerals.
(*Gold, cassiterite (tin), columbite-tantalite (coltan), wolframite (tungsten) and other minerals mined in the above countries that are determined by the U.S. Department of State to be used by armed groups as financing sources.)

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