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2021.09.07

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2021 Peace Action in Nagasaki held

2021 Peace Action in Nagasaki held

This year marks the 76th anniversary of the atomic bombing, and under the theme "A Peaceful Future without War and Nuclear Weapons: 76 Years after the A-bombing, Let's Pass on the Legacy of Nagasaki and talk about it in our families and communities."

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2021.09.07

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2021 Peace Action in Hiroshima held

2021 Peace Action in Hiroshima held

This year marks the 76th anniversary of the atomic bombing, and under the theme "From Hiroshima's Heart to You: 76 Years After the A-bombing, Toward a World without War and Nuclear Weapons," the event was planned to encourage each individual to take action to exchange and share their wishes for a peaceful world without war and nuclear weapons across generations.

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2021.07.13

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2030 Goals for CO・OP Brand Products

2030 Goals for CO・OP Brand Products

JCCU has also set "2030 Goals for CO・OP Brand Products" in conjunction with the formulation of the "Consumer Co-op 2030 Environmental Sustainability Policy".

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2021.07.06

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JCCU holds the 71st Annual General Assembly

JCCU holds the 71st Annual General Assembly

JCCU on June 18, 2021, held the 71st Annual General Assembly at its headquarters Coop Plaza in Tokyo. Amid the COVID-19, this year's General Assembly was held with the attendance of a limited number of people.

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2020.10.01

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JCCU donates to Para Nordic Skiing Japan Team

JCCU donates to Para Nordic Skiing Japan Team

JCCU conducted the CO・OP Nutrition Support Cookies Campaign to raise funds to support the Para Nordic Skiing Japan Team. Donations totaling 419,235 yen were raised from member co-ops nationwide and a presentation ceremony was held in Tokyo on August 18, 2020.

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2020.09.24

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CO・OP PEACE MAP is launched

CO・OP PEACE MAP is launched

CO・OP PEACE MAP is a website that introduces a wide range of co-op peace activities and the experiences and testimonies of hibakusha as digited data on digital earth.

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