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Parallel Session 4
Parallel Session 4
Importance of East Coast on the Korean Peninsula with Migratory Birds
Date
2020. 02. 10.10:30 - 12:30
Place
PyeongChang 3
Language
Korean, English 
Session
Information
Parallel Session 4 theme is Importance of East Coast on the Korean Peninsula with Migratory Bird hosted by Hans Seidel Foundation and UniKorea Foundation. Nature knows no man-made borders. This is evident when migratory birds cross the North and South Korea. To discuss
importance of east coast on the Korean Peninsula with migratory birds it will take place with international experts who do the survey in North Korea, domestic experts and civil society.
Organization
Hanns Seidel Foundation, UniKorea Foundation
Organization Information
The Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF), founded in 1967, is a German political foundation, close to the Christian Social Union in Bavaria, providing political education “in the Service of Democracy, Peace and Development” in Germany and abroad.
For more than 30 years, HSF Korea has supported the process of reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula. This includes sharing the German experiment of division and reunification, sustainable regional development, in which DMZ and border region is especially focused upon.

The UniKorea Foundation is a private non-profit organization which was established in 2015 to promote and rejuvenate the grassroots movement for the reunification of the Korean peninsula. The UniKorea Foundation has since supported over 280 projects which fall under the 6 categories - Promoting Public Awareness, Developing Human Resources, Academic Research, Supporting North Korean Defectors, Building Global Networks, Development Projects for North Korea - to domestic and global partners through its annual "UniKorea Fund Grant Program."
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