The conference will be held in-person, but may be changed to online depending on the status of immigration restrictions in Japan as of June 20, 2022.
2022 Clarity International Conference
Diversity and inclusion are shared values in the global society.
Plain language plays an important role in creating a global society that is diverse, inclusive and accepting of different values.
It does that by enabling smooth communication without misunderstandings, across the whole of society, irrespective of nationality, sex, age, religion and culture.
The goal of the 2022 Clarity International Conference is to promote effective communication through plain language that is accessible to all.
Features of this Conference
- To realize a sustainable society and promote DX, we will conduct the conference paperlessly as far as possible.
- English will be the primary language for the conference. There will be no interpreters but a web conferencing system with a simultaneous interpretation function will be available. Do not miss our plain language demonstration experiment which is highly compatible with digitalization.
- We have several sessions where you can experience plain language that is highly consistent with DX and AI.
Click here to view the list of government agencies and other organizations that have supported the above efforts.
Achieving understanding and cooperation through communicating with clarity and fairness – Towards a sustainable society
Plain legal language helping build a diverse, inclusive global community.
Plain language essential for Environment, Society and Governance (ESG) initiatives.
Plain language essential in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Applications and technologies
Services and technologies associated with plain language.
|Session||September 20, 2022 (Tuesday) – September 22, 2022 (Thursday)|
|Venue||Nikkei Hall and Conference Rooms, Tokyo, Japan|
|Host||2022 Clarity International Conference Organizing Committee|
|In association with||Clarity, JPELC|
|Support||Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Ministry of Justice, Digital Agency, Japan Association of New Economy|