People-Participated Public Diplomacy International Seminar on Women, Peace and Security

On November 12 2021, CAMP Int. Peace and Development Center, Women Making Peace will hold the ‘People-Participated Public Diplomacy International Seminar on Women, Peace and Security’ under the theme of ‘UN-Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, Security and Korean-Philippine Women and Civil Society’s Peace Action’. We hope that many people interested in women, peace, security and international development cooperation will participate.

☞ Participate ZOOM Meeting : https://bit.ly/3D4Da1v
☞ Watch YOUTUBE Live Stream : https://bit.ly/3C0ERfb

  • Date: November 12th, 2021(Friday)
  • Time: 2p.m.-6p.m.(KST, UTC+9), 1p.m.-5p.m.(PHT, UTC+8)
  • Format: On-line Zoom/YouTube Live (The link will be sent upon registration.)
  • Entry Fee : No Charge
  • Language: Korean-English Simultaneous Translation
  • Host: CAMP Int. Peace and Development Center, Women Making Peace
  • Cooperation: K-1325, Lila Pilipina, K-1325
  • Sponsors: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2021 People-Participated Public Diplomacy Support Project
  • Inquiry : campint(a)icamp.asia

Session 1: Presentation
[Theme] UNSCR 1325 National Action Plans and Women’s Experience in Korea and the Philippines

[Moderator of Session 1]
Jeongsoo Kim (Standing Representative, Women Making Peace)

[Presentation]
Ms. Young-sook Cho (Korea’s Ambassador for Gender Equality)
Ms. Kyung-hee Lee (Representative, Machangjin Civil Society)
Jasmin Nario-Galace (Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Miriam College (formerly Maryknoll) Center for Peace Education Miriam College)
Rosanna Cabusao (Coordinator, Lila Pilipina-GABRIELA)

Session 2. Round Table
[Theme] The Practice and Solidarity of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 between Korea and the Philippines

[Moderator]
Ms. Mi-Kang Yang (Standing Representative, History NGO Forum)

[Discussion]
Ms. Eun-Ha Chang (Director, Korea Women’s Development Institute)
Mr. Gu-Soon Kwon (Professor, Seoul Cyber University)
Karen Tanada (Executive Director, GZO Peace Institute)
Bernard Karganila (Corporate Secretary, Hunters-ROTC Historical Society)

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