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RICCI EVERYDAY aims to contribute to achieving SDGs as a company that is a part of society.
Of the 17 goals set by SDGs,

Goal 5. Realize gender equality
Goal 10. Let's eliminate people and countries inequality
Goal 12. Responsibilities to make

Especially for these three goals.
Last column RICCI EVERYDAY and SDGS vol.1 Following "Goal 5. Let's Realize Gender Equality" introduced inI will tell you about.

Regarding "Goal 12. Responsibilities to make", the columns released the other day,
Sustainable efforts in the fashion industry But it is.
Please take a look.

In the United Nations, this goal 10 "Let's eliminate people and countries inequality"Under the, various goals have been set to eliminate inequality in "domestic" and "between nations".Income, areas where you live, gender, age, ethnic groups, the presence or absence of disabilities, religionThe fact that access to education, medical care, and economic activities is limited due to factors such as such a factor has created an unequal society.

An example of inequality that remains in Japan is the "women's rights problem" that remains in Japan. Taking advantage of Hiratsuka's activities, various initiatives have been made at the state, corporate and social level to improve women's rights from more than 100 years ago to the present. At present, the movement of gender discrimination and inequality is increasing beyond the frame of women.

Meiji -Taisho
・ The geisha release order issued in 1872 prohibits women's trafficking.
・ In 1880, women's suffrage in Japan for the first time in Uemachi -cho, Kochi Prefecture.
・ Before and after World War II, the open movement of the woman Hiratsuka will be driven. In the early 1910s, she married her own marriage (couple surname), recognized women's suffrage, and established the New Female Association Association.

Showa -Heisei
・ In 1947, the Constitution of Japan stipulated that "it is not discriminated against in political, economical, or social relationships by race, trust, gender, social status, or a place."
・ In 1985, the “Equal Employment Opportunity Law” has been established and ratified the “Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against girls”.
・ In 1999, the “Gender Equality Society Basic Law” was established, and initiatives began to be equal not only in labor but also in society as a whole.

・ The political participation of Japanese women is still very low. Women have never become the prime minister, and the ratio of female members is 10%, the lowest in the world, 20%below the average of developed countries.
・ Economic gender gaps remain, female executives and managers are only 15 % of the total, and women's income is about half of men.

Hisashi Sawazu "Study on women's legal rights and status of status in Japan (I)" 1995.
World Economic Forum "Global Gender Gap Report" 2020.


In complaints between nations, "poverty in developing countries", like Uganda, which we are producing products, is a major issue.
In countries around the world
The "poverty line" is a "poverty line" that is an income and consumption level that can purchase food and daily necessities to maintain the minimum living standard. (The poverty line specified by the World Bank is $ 1.25 in the daily income)

Uganda has 21.4%of all population and about 8.48 million people in Uganda (World Bank: 2016).
There are various factors behind Uganda's poverty, which is a problem that must be solved in cooperation with other overseas countries as well as their own countries.


Factors that cause poverty (as examples of poverty in Uganda)

・ Ethical issues
Corruption in politics spreads. According to the 2017 Report published by International NGO Transparency International, Uganda's public institutions are the most collapsed in the world.

Even between the ethnic groups, which is said to be about 54, the tribal system still remains, and it is likely to cause power struggle between tribes and competition for resources.

・ Political and economic problems
Increased unemployment rate due to rapid progress of urbanization

Infulators and financial institutions such as financial institutions

Society in which infectious diseases due to inadequate medical facilities are easily spread

Musebeni's dictatorship had brought political stability, while investing from other countries has shrunk. Even now, corruption tends to invest in donor organizations and investors in each country.

・ Social inequality
Limited access to social services such as education and medical care

Issues in marriage -related relationships due to polygamy, domestic violence (DV), marriage, etc.

・ Historical background
Invoined political system due to the history of colonial rule

Economic regime depends on the former sect, such as monoculture, and the remaining ethnic conflict.

・ Problems related to environmental and ecology
The destruction of the forest was severe, and in 1890, 45%of the country was forested, but now decreased to 20.3%.

Significant effects of climate change such as heavy rains

Grace Lubaalee "Poverty in Uganda: Causes and Strategies for Reducility with Great Ethics on Ethics and Ecology Justice": 2019.


We, RICCI EVERYDAY, are working as a company to eliminate such "inequality" between the country and the nation through business.


・ In Uganda

Actively hire women including single mothers and contribute to improving women's social and economic status

Introducing the production management technology and system of Japanese standards and promoting the improvement of the Uganda sewing industry

·in Japan
Through RICCI EVERYDAY products
Promote freedom of women's expression

Build a product production system in collaboration with women in various circumstances, such as single -parent households and women living in depopulated areas, supporting women's independence (I / Mask manufacturing)

・ Inequality between nations
Build a fair business relationship with Uganda by trading products produced in Uganda's local workshop at an appropriate price and selling them in Japan.

Conduct business in collaboration with international NGOs and support the rehabilitation of Uganda Motoko.


When you ask, "Let's eliminate people and the country's inequality," you may feel that it is a vague problem that you don't know where to start. The discrimination at the root of "inequality" is a major factor in the thoughts and attitudes that do not try to understand the other person or keep them away.

Regardless of which country, how old you are, whatever the biological nature, first recognize the differences between each other, and try to understand them. We are thinking that it will be gone.

From now on, RICCI EVERYDAY will continue to praise the differences between each other, and aim to build a society where you can be yourself while valuing your own feelings.







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