Prince Harry has arrived in Tokyo for a philanthropy summit. The Duke of Sussex is attending the ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition, which is being held from August 9-10.
The summit is an annual event that brings together leaders from the sports, business, and philanthropy sectors to discuss the power of sport to drive positive social change. Prince Harry is a patron of the ISPS Foundation, which is the organizer of the summit.
During his visit to Tokyo, Prince Harry will meet with a number of Japanese athletes and sports leaders. He will also give a keynote address at the summit on the topic of “The Power of Sport to Change the World.”
Prince Harry’s visit to Tokyo comes at a time when he is increasingly focused on his work in the field of philanthropy. He recently launched his own foundation, Archewell, which is dedicated to “uplifting and uniting communities.”
The ISPS Sports Values Summit-Special Edition is a timely opportunity for Prince Harry to share his vision for the power of sport to drive positive social change. The summit is also a chance for him to connect with Japanese leaders and athletes who are working to make a difference in their communities.
It is expected that Prince Harry will also use his visit to Tokyo to promote his work with the Invictus Games, a sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick armed services personnel and veterans. The Invictus Games are scheduled to be held in Japan in 2025.
Prince Harry’s visit to Tokyo is a sign of his continued commitment to philanthropy and his work to make a difference in the world. It is also a reminder of the power of sport to unite people and drive positive change.