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Stores and Communities

Last Updated: 2018.04.25
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Introduction

  • The responsibility of business to tackle global issues
  • The Group's approach to stores and communities

Making stores more sustainable

  • Stores rooted in the community
  • Three principles for reducing environmental impacts at stores

Providing Clothing for People in Need

  • Expanding the All-Product Recycling Initiative
  • All-Product Recycling Initiative: Overview

Connecting Stores with the Community

  • Promoting the Involvement of Employees from Around the World in Community Development

Support for Refugees

  • Providing Job Opportunities for Refugees
  • Helping Refugees Become Self-reliant in Partnership with the UNHCR
  • Dispatching Employees to Refugee Camps
  • Message from United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi

Creating Employment Opportunities

  • Creating Jobs for Persons with Disabilities and the Elderly Worldwide
  • Providing Work Experience Opportunities to People with Intellectual Disabilities

Social business initiatives

  • Grameen UNIQLO in Bangladesh

Initiatives for Supporting Children

  • Visiting Schools to Teach Children About How Clothing Helps People in Need
  • Student Work Experience Program at Stores
  • Scholarship Program for Future Leaders
  • Promotion of TOMODACHI UNIQLO Fellowship
  • Clothes for Smiles

Supporting Communities through Sports

  • Special Olympics
  • JFA UNIQLO Soccer Kids

Environmental Conservation

  • Setouchi Olive Foundation

Supporting Communities through Sports

  • Supporting Communities through Sports Activities Around the World
  • Japan Disaster Assistance

Initiatives of Other Group Companies

  • Theory Japan
  • Comptoir des Cotonniers
  • Princesse tam.tam

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