A proposal for the Decade was initiated by Soka Gakkai International (SGI) through the Japan Forum for Johannesburg and introduced by the Japanese government at the WSSD PrepCom IV in Bali, Indonesia, in June 2002.
What does TJF stand for?
TJF stands for The Japan Forum (est. 1987)
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We have 9 other meanings of TJF in our Acronym Attic
- Toejam & Earl (video game)
- Tribunal de Justiça do Estado (Portuguese: Tribunal of Justice for the State)
- Trophée du Jeune Entrepreneur (French: Young Entrepreneur Award; Madagascar)
- Thomas Jefferson Education (book/learning approach)
- The John Ernest Foundation (Palo Alto, CA)
- Ted Jacob Engineering Group, Inc.
- Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine (Tohuku University Medical Press; Japan)
- The Journal of Engineering Research
- Thomas Jefferson Elementary School (Louisa, Virginia)
- Tax Justice Focus (publication)
- The Jitsu Foundation
- The Justice Friends (TV show)
- Thomas Jefferson Football (high school)
- Thomas Jefferson Foundation (formerly Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation)
- Tidewater Jewish Foundation (Virginia Beach, VA)
- Tiken Jah Fakoly (musician)
- Tom Joyner Foundation (est. 1998; scholarship foundation)
- Torcida Jovem do Flamengo (Portuguese; Brazilian football fan group)
- Trends Jewellery Forecasting (Italy)
- Triple J. Firearms (Magnolia, TX)
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The Japan Forum for Johannesburg, created so that Japanese citizens and NGOs can take action on issues related to the summit, has sent more than 100 people.
The five are Tokiharu Okazaki, executive director of Friends of the Earth Japan, Yukiko Oda, main researcher at the Kitakyushu Forum on Asian Women, Hideyuki Takahashi, director of the domestic program division at the Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning, Tatsuo Hayashi, president of the Africa-Japan Forum, and Ryokichi Hirono from the Japan Forum for Johannesburg.
But the chairman of the Japan Forum, which already provides advice to local businesses on how to handle Japanese visitors, is wary of overdoing it.