JAPAN PRIZE 2006 Prize Winners

In the JAPAN PRIZE 2006, 280 entries were entered in total from 152 organizations in 61 countries & regions.
Jury MembersSummaryEntry List
The Grand Prix Japan Prize
The Grand Prix Japan Prize was awarded to an innovative program that showed the most effective response to educational demands and exploited the outstanding potential of educational programs.
Program Detail
Program Division
There are four categories in the Program Division. The best program and two excellent programs were selected for each category. The producer of the best program was awarded a trophy at the Awards Ceremony.
Early Education / The Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Prize
The Best Program
Runners up
Youth Education / The Minister of  Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Prize
The Best Program
Runners up
Adult Education / The Minister of  Foreign Affairs Prize
The Best Program
Runners up
Issues in  Education / The Governor of Tokyo Prize
The Best Program
Runners up
Special Prizes
The following prizes were awarded to programs which were judged to excel in a particular area from among all programs entered regardless of category of entry.
The Japan Foundation President‘s Prize
A program that contributes to mutual understanding between nations and races, and cultural exchange.
* The Japan Foundation is an independent administrative institution which aims at more comprehensive and effective development of international cultural exchange programs and which undertakes many cultural exchange projects.
Program Detail
The UNICEF Prize
A program that promotes understanding of the lives or circumstances of children in difficult situations.
Program Detail
The Maeda Prize
A program that is one episode from a series and that provides an appropriate and effective response to educational demands in the entrant’s country.
* The Maeda Prize was established on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the JAPAN PRIZE to commemorate Mr. Yoshinori Maeda, former president of NHK, who made great efforts to develop the JAPAN PRIZE.
Program Detail
Web Division
The website which best demonstrated an educational effect in combination with a TV program was selected for the Best Web Prize after deliberate judgment on the content and presentations made by the producers of the entered websites. The producer of the Best Web Prize winning website was awarded a trophy at the Awards Ceremony.
The Best Web Prize
Detail Website
Proposal Division
The excellent proposal which displayed the potential of educational programs was selected after deliberate consideration on the quality of the proposal and circumstances in the submitting countries.
The Hoso Bunka Foundation Prize Program Detail
Special Prizes
The National Federation of UNESCO Association in Japan Prize
An excellent proposal for a TV program, which promotes literacy and language education and contributes to development of basic education in an entrant’s county/region.
Not applicable for the 2006 contest
Jury members Summary Entry List

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