The Shiga Local SDGs Learners
The Shiga Local SDGs Learners was established by the 8th class of the "Omikanjin Chiiki Saisei Gakuza" at the University of Shiga Prefecture (graduated in 2011).
The "Omikanjin Chiiki Saisei Gakuza" is a course to foster human resources with the qualities to become leaders of regional revitalization in their respective positions in government, business, NPOs, etc., in order to inherit the climate, history, and culture of Omi, Lake Country, and to form a beautiful living environment and recycling-oriented regional society that is in harmony with nature.
Graduate students and working adults study together in the same class for one year.The Shiga Local SDGs Learners is a group of past graduates of the Omikanjin and working adults and students who are interested in community development and social contribution activities.
Official name: The Shiga Local SDGs Learners（Abbreviated name: SL2）
Establishment : April 1, 2013
Purpose of Activities: The Shiga Local SDGs Learners aims to contribute to the inheritance of local climate, history, and culture, and to the creation of sustainable communities where the environment, economy, and society are in an integrated cycle.
【Board of Directors and Executive Officers】
Mikio Ura The 8th class of the Omikanjin
Osamu Ukai Professor, Center for Regional Coexistence, University of Shiga Prefecture
Shingo Hinoue The 8th class of the Omikanjin
Satoshi Yuasa MAKOTO ELECTRIC CO.,LTD.
Misako Deegan Representative of Manmaru Nanairo no Chikyu、FEC
Youhei Ueda Center for Regional Coexistence, University of Shiga Prefecture
Takashi Gunjima Professor Emeritus, Doshisha University
Ryoichi Yamamoto Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo
Hiroko Tsuji Director, Otsu City Civic Activity Center
Shiga Local SDGs Study Group (SL2) Secretariat
Otsu City Civic Activity Center BOX32 1F Asuto-Hamaotsu, 4-1-1 Hamaotsu, Otsu-shi, Shiga 520-0047
〒520-0047 滋賀県大津市浜大津四丁目1番1号 明日都浜大津1階