Toda Institute Annual Report 2005
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To celebrate tenth anniversary the Toda Institute focuses its attention on the United Nations reform. During its first decade (1996-2006), the Toda Institute took up three major research programs. HUGG1 (1996-1999) focused on problems of Human Security and Global Governance. GRAD (2000-2003) concentrated on problems of globalization, regionalization, and democratization. The P.E.A.C.E. project (2004-2006) deals with the problems of peace education, art, culture, and environment. In second decade (2006-2016). The Toda Institute focuses on three major and interlocking global problems, namely Human Development, Regional Conflicts, and Global Governance (HUGG2). The three themes cover global peace and policy problems from micro, meso, and macro perspectives. The post-Cold War genocides and global terrorism clearly demonstrate relationships between human dignity, security, development, problems of regional conflict and global governance. For the Fiscal Year, April 1, 2007-March 31, 2008, project proposals will originate from Toda Institute's tenth anniversary conference on Transforming the United Nations.