News updates from GPPAC NEA
Ever wondered what the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 and Women, Peace and Security Agenda mean for peace on the Korean Peninsula and women’s every day lives?Check out this new video by our members Women Making Peace for more, including an interview with pioneer feminist peacebuilder Lee Hyun Sook for more!
Online NARPI! (ON!) – Starting August 14, 2021 GPPAC is happy to have been involved in the Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (NARPI) since its foundation. Between August 2021 and March 2022, NARPI will be running several online sessions on topics that are important to peace and conflict in our daily lives and in the… Continue reading New in 2021: Online Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute (ON!)
Peace Work is Always Possible: April 29 Conversation at the EU Community of Practice on Peace Mediation 2021
On April 29, 2021, join us together with Emma Leslie of the Centre for Peace & Conflict Studiesin a conversation at the 🇪🇺 EU Community of Practice on Peace Mediation 2021. CPCS and GPPAC recently produced short films on their dialogue work with their partner in the DPRK, the Korean National Peace Committee (KNPC). Emma… Continue reading Peace Work is Always Possible: April 29 Conversation at the EU Community of Practice on Peace Mediation 2021
GPPAC’s Focal Point in Ulaanbaatar, the Mongolian non-governmental organization Blue Banner, is hiring a Project Coordinator! Established in 2005 to promote nuclear non-proliferation and Mongolia’s initiative to turn the country into a nuclear-weapon-free zone (NWFZ), Blue Banner is an organization independent from the government or any of its agencies, which undertakes organizes national and regional… Continue reading We’re Hiring! Project Coordinator at Blue Banner, GPPAC Ulaanbaatar Focal Point
With thanks to our friends at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies in Cambodia, for featuring GPPAC in their video series, Stories of Korea Peninsula Peace! The video features Co-Convenors of the Ulaanbaatar Process, a civil society dialogue for peace on the Korean Peninsula. The Ulaanbaatar Process is a dialogue program initiated in 2015… Continue reading Video: The Voice for Peace on the Korean Peninsula from Mongolia
GPPAC Northeast Asia is glad to be joining the 7th Public Diplomacy Forum to be held online on February 24 (Wednesday), co-organised by the Waseda Institute of Korean Studies, Peace Boat and CAMPUS ASIA ENGAGE Program at Waseda University, with the support of the Korea Foundation. GPPAC Northeast Asia Regional Liaison Officer Meri Joyce will… Continue reading 2/24 The 7th Public Diplomacy Forum
We are happy to join hosts PEACEMOMO for the Northeast Asia Youth Peacebuilders Social Dialogue (NEA-YPSD), a communication space where youths can interact by interpreting and exchanging the challenges of ‘peacebuilding’ from diverse perspectives.This communal space aims to collect our wisdom about the role of youths and citizens for peacebuilding. There is no age limit… Continue reading 2021 Northeast Asia Youth Peacebuilders Social Dialogue – #Season 1
Best Wishes from the GPPAC Northeast Asia Regional Secretariat 2020 has been a challenging year for peace, and for many of us. On behalf of the GPPAC Northeast Asia Regional Secretariat, hosted by Peace Boat, we would like to express our solidarity and gratitude to you all! GPPAC made a collective call for an inclusive,… Continue reading Wishing You a Peaceful New Year!
Thank you to all who joined the third in our webinar series on how COVID-19 been impacting women, and particularly women’s human security, in different parts of the East Asian region held on December 17! The recording can be viewed below.
December 17, 2020 (Thursday)11:00 am – 12 noon Seoul/Kyoto, 9:00 am – 10:00 am Phnom Penh How has COVID-19 been impacting women, and particularly women’s human security, in different parts of the East Asian region? In this webinar, we will hear cases from women leaders in Japan, Korea & Cambodia. 2020 is a significant milestone… Continue reading Webinar 3: COVID-19 and Women in East Asia
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