Political Commitment Freedom and Activism in Japan

What is the state of freedom in Japanese society today? What does the term “freedom” mean to her personally? Answers from Japanese activist Momoko Nojo, who is campaigning for greater political participation, especially among younger people in her home country. She is considered the voice of her generation and is active in many areas, such as gender justice and refugees, poverty and the effects of climate change.

Interview and video production: Yu Minobe | Editing: Hannah Janz | © Goethe-Institut Tokyo 2022