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  • Better Life for Girls(BLG): Towards an Inclusive and Sustainable Future
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    ㆍTitle : Better Life for Girls(BLG): Towards an Inclusive and Sustainable Future
    ㆍTime & Venue : September 30, 2016
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute
    ㆍProgram :

    09:3010:00

    Registration

     

    Opening Ceremony

    10:0010:30

    Opening Remark:

    Myung-Sun Lee President, KWDI

    Congratulatory Remarks:

    Kyung-Won Na Member of 20th National Assembly of the Republic of Korea

    Eunhee Kang Minister of Gender Equality and Family of the Republic of Korea

    Mark Lippert Ambassador of the United States of America, U.S. Embassy, Seoul

     

    Group Photo

     

    Keynote Speech

    10:3011:00

    A Game-Changer for Sustainable Development: Education for Girls and Women

    Saniye Gulser Corat Director, Division for Gender Equality in the Office of the Director-General, UNESCO

     

    Session 1. Better Life for Girls: Initiatives from the Donors

    Moderator: Hyuk-Sang Sohn Professor, Kyung Hee University

    (President, KAIDEC)

    11:0012:15

    Presentation

    Overview of the Better Life for Girls Initiative

    Kyooho Lee Director, Development Policy Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
    Republic of Korea

    USAID Efforts to Empower Girls Globally

    Susan Markham Senior Coordinator for Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment, USAID

    Better Life for Girls : A Preliminary Research

    Eun Ha Chang Director, Center for International Development and Cooperation, KWDI

     

    Q&A

    12:1514:00

    Lunch Break

     

    Session 2. Better Life for Girls: Education, Health and Violence against Girls

    Moderator: Kye-Woo Lee Professor, KDI School of Public Policy and Management

    14:0015:30

    Presentation

    Public Private Partnerships in Education and the Pursuit of Gender Equality:
    An Asian Perspective

    Shailaja Fennell Lecturer in Development Studies, Center of Development Studies,
    University of Cambridge

    Significance of Girls' Health and Education for Maternal and Child Health and Girls' Empowerment

    Eun Mee Kim Professor / Dean, Graduate School of Int'l Studies,
    Ewha Womans University

    Girls and School-based Violence

    Melissa Alvarado Programme Manager, Ending Violence against Women,
    UN Women Asia Pacific

     

    Discussion

    Eunjung Chang Education Specialist / Manager, KOICA

    Hyunju Kim Team Leader / School Me Unit, Save the Children Korea

    Young-Taek Kim Director, Research Center for Safety & Health, KWDI

    15:3015:50

    Break

     

    Session 3. Better Life for Girls: Perspectives from the KWDI's Partner Governments

    Moderator: Sooyeon Lee Senior Research Fellow, KWDI

    15:5017:30

    Presentation

    Girls' Status and Policies in Cambodia

    Keth Mardy Director of Legal Protection Department, Ministry of Women's Affairs

    Girls' Status and Policies in Indonesia

    Destri Handayani Head of Sub Directorate of Women Empowerment,
    National Development Planning Agency

    Girls' Status and Policies in Myanmar

    Phyo Thunandar Aung Assistant Director of the Department of Social Welfare,
    Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement

    Girls' Status and Policies in Vietnam

    Van Anh Nguyen Director, Center for Studies and Applied Sciences in Gender, Family, Women and Adolescents

     

    Discussion

    Yongshik Choi Director, International Cooperation Division,
    Ministry of Gender Equality and Family

    Kyung-eun Lee Director, Division of Healthcare for the Poor, Office for Social Welfare

    Cheongsoo Nam Gender Specialist, Public Administration Team, KOICA

    17:3017:40

    Closing

  • Gender in International Development Agenda: with a Special Focus on Beijing+20 and the SDG in China, Japan and Korea
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    ㆍTitle : Gender in International Development Agenda: with a Special Focus on Beijing+20 and the SDG in China, Japan and Korea
    ㆍTime & Venue : December 14, 2015, 13:00~18:00
    ㆍHosted by : KWDI & NWEC
    ㆍProgram :

    Conference Day

    13:00~13:30

    Registration

    13:30~14:00

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remark: Myung-Sun Lee, President, KWDI

    Congratulatory Remark: Fusako Utsumi, President of National Women's Education Center of Japan

    14:00~15:00

    Keynote Speech

     

    Gender Equality ? Looking Back at Progress since Beijing and Looking Forward to the SDGs

    Ms. Julia Broussard, Country Programme Manager, China Office, UN Women         

     

    Reflecting on Women's Progress in Education and Work in Korea

    Dr. Sunhwa Lee, Principal Social Development Specialist , Asian Development Bank

     

    15:00~15:20

    Break

    15:20~16:20

    Session: Review of the Beijing+20 and Agenda Setting in the SDGs

    Moderator : Professor Hyuksang Sohn

     Kyunghee University, Korea

     

    Presentation 1: Japan

    From the Beijing Platform for Action to the Sustainable Development Goals
    Japan’s Efforts to Realize Gender Equality

    Dr. Masami Ochi National Women’s Education Center(NWEC) of Japan

     

    Presentation 2: China

    Feminism in China in the 21st Century

    Dr. Shen Yifei Associate Professor, Fudan University, Shanghai, China

     

    Presentation 3: Korea

    Korean Efforts for Achieving Gender Equality in the Framework of Beijing Platform for Action

    Dr. Sooyeon Lee  Director, Research Department for Women’s Human Rights and Safety, Korean Women’s Development Institute

    16:20~17:10

    Discussion

           Hoejin Jeong , Senior Deputy Director, International Cooperation Division, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, Korea

           Kumna Jung, Gender Specialist, Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)

           Anselmo Lee, Executive Director, Korea Human Rights Foundation

           Eun Kyung Kim, Director, Center for International Development and Cooperation, KWDI

    17:10~17:30

    General Discussion and Closing

    18:00~19:30

    Reception Dinner  Woonsan (Korean Restaurant), Seoul Finance Center 

  • Achieving Gender Equality within Beijing+20 and Post 2015 Framework: Opportunities and Challenges
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    ㆍTitle : Achieving Gender Equality within Beijing+20 and Post 2015 Framework: Opportunities and Challenges
    ㆍTime & Venue : December 16(Tue), 2014, 13:00~17:00/Korean Women’s Development Institute, Seoul, Korea
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute
    Supported by Gender Equality and Family Committee of National Assembly of Korea, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of Korea
    ㆍResource : The 6th AP Forum.pdf (9.39 MB)  
    ㆍProgram :

     

     Program

    Time

    Content

    13:30 ~14:00

    Registration

    14:00 ~14:30

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remarks: Myung-Sun Lee, President, KWDI

    Congratulatory Remarks: Yong Hyun Kwon, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of Korea

    14:30~15:00

    Keynote Speech:

    Strategies and Opportunities to Accelerate Gender Equality in the Post-2015 Agenda

    Emily Esplen, Policy Analyst, Gender Equality and Women’s Rights, Global Policies and Partnerships Division , Development Co-operation Directorate, OECD

    15:00~15:20

    Q & A

    15:20~15:40

    Coffee/Tea Break

    15:40~16:40

    Session 1: Review of the Beijing+20 and Agenda Setting in the Post-2015 Development Framework

    Moderator: Heisoo Shin,

    Representative, Korea Center for UN Human Rights Policy

     

    Presentation:

    The Asia-Pacific Regional Review of the Beijing+20

    Cai Cai, Chief, Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Section,

    Social Development Division,

    United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)

     

    Beijing +20 and Post-2015 Development Framework from Civil Society Perspective: Achievements and Challenges

    Tessa Khan, Programme Officer, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development (APWLD)

     

    Integration of Gender Equality and Challenges for Implementation in the Post-2015 Development Framework

    Eun Kyung Kim, Head, Center for International Cooperation and Development, KWDI

    16:40~17:30

    Discussion:

    Eun Jung Choi, Director, International Cooperation Division, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of Korea

    Young Sook Cho, Korean Women's Association United

    Tae Kyoon Kim, Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University of Korea

    Sooyeon Lee, Director, Center for Gender Equality Policy, KWDI

    17:30~18:00

    General Discussion and Closing

     

  • Towards Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region-Current Efforts and Future Tasks
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    ㆍTitle : Towards Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region-Current Efforts and Future Tasks
    ㆍTime & Venue : September 13(Fri.), 2013, 13:00~18:00, Korean Women’s Development Institute, Seoul, Korea
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute
    In Cooperation with UN Women
    ㆍResource : The_5th_AP_Forum.pdf (7.21 MB)  
    ㆍProgram :

    13:00~13:30

    Registration

    13:30~14:00

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remark: Choe, Keum-Sook/ President, KWDI

    Welcoming Remark: Hyunsuk Park, Women's Policy Bureau Director General, Ministry of Gender Equality & Family

    Congratulatory Remark: Mr. Thin Phant Thida Kyaw, 2nd Secretary of Embassy of Myanmar in Korea.

     [Session 1] UN Women and Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region

    Moderator: Shin, Heisoo/Representative/Korea Center for UN Human Rights Policy

    14:00~14:30

    n  Gender Eqauality in Vietnam and the Role of the UN

    n  Situation of Women in Myanmar

    Shoko Ishikawa/ Country Representative, UN Women Vietnam

    14:30~14:50

    Discussion

    Dao Ngoc Nga/ Researcher, Research Center for Female Labour and Gender, Institute of Labour Science and Social Affairs (ILSSA)

    Kyawt Kyawt Khaing/ Trainer&Researcher, Center for Strategy and International Study(CSIS), Myanmar Development Resource Institute (MDRI)

    14:50~15:10

     

    Q&A

     

    15:10~15:20

     

    Coffee Break

     

    15:20~15:40

    UN Women’s Activities in Cambodia

    Wenny Kusuma/ Country Representative, UN Women Cambodia

    15:40~16:00

    UN Women in Indonesia: Challenges to Make Gender Mainstreaming “Works for Women”

    Dwi Faiz/ National Programme Officer, UN Women Indonesia

    16:00~16:20

    Discussion

    The Chhunhak/ Deputy Director General, Gender Equality & Economic Development, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Cambodia

    Lena Maryana Mukti/ The United Development Party, Indonesia

    16:20~16:40

     

    Q&A

     

    16:40~16:50

     

    Break

     

     [Session 2] KWDI and Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region

    Moderator: Lee, Sooyeon/ Head of Center for Gender Equality Policy, KWDI

    16:50~17:05

    KWDI as a Bridge Between Gender Demands and Development Policy

    Kim, Eun Kyung/ Head of Center for International Development&Cooperation, KWDI

    17:05~17:35

    Discussion

    Ji, Kwangchul/ Head, Development Cooperation Policy Team, Ministry of Strategy and Finance

    Park, Young-kyu/ Director, Development Policy Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Kim, Yanghee/ Gender Specialist, Social Development Team, Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA)

    17:35~18:00

     

    Q&A and Closing

     

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    ㆍTitle : KWDI's Knowledge Sharing on Women's Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region
    ㆍTime & Venue : October 24, 2012/ International Conference Hall(2F), KWDI
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute
    ㆍResource : The 4th AP Forum.pdf (814.61 KB)  
    ㆍProgram :

    October 24, 2012

    13:30~14:00

    Registration

    International Conference Hall(2F), KWDI, Seoul

    14:00~14:20

    Opening Ceremony

    Moderator: Seo Hee KWAK (Researcher, KWDI)

    Opening Remarks

    Keum Sook CHOE (President, KWDI)

    Welcoming Remarks

    Youngju OH (Deputy Director-General, Development Cooperation Bureau, MOFAT)

    14:20~18:10

    Roundtable

    KWDI’s Knowledge Sharing on Women’s Policy in Asia and Pacific

    Moderator: Yeon Ho Lee, Professor, Yonsei University

    14:20~15:30

    Session 1

    KWDI’s Knowledge Sharing on Women’s Policy in Asia and Pacific

    : Women’s Political Empowerment

     

    Tailored Policy Development (1): Women’s Political Empowerment

    Presentations

    Eun Kyung Kim, KWDI (Cambodia)

    Yeon Sun Park, KWDI (Indonesia)

    Discussants

    Nhean Sochetra, MOWA, Cambodia

    Nanda Pok, Women for Prosperity, Cambodia

    Lena Maryana Mukti, United Development Party, Indonesia

    Budi Hartono, MOWE-CP, Indonesia

    15:30~15:45

    Coffee Break

  • Towards Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region-Current Efforts and Future Tasks
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    ㆍTitle : Towards Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region-Current Efforts and Future Tasks
    ㆍTime & Venue : September 13(Fri.), 2013, 13:00~18:00, Korean Women’s Development Institute, Seoul, Korea
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute in Cooperation with UN Women
    ㆍResource : The 5th AP Forum.pdf (7.21 MB)  
    ㆍProgram :

    13:00~13:30

    Registration

    13:30~14:00

    Opening Ceremony

    Opening Remark: Choe, Keum-Sook/ President, KWDI

    Welcoming Remark: Hyunsuk Park, Women's Policy Bureau Director General, Ministry of Gender Equality & Family

    Congratulatory Remark: Mr. Thin Phant Thida Kyaw, 2nd Secretary of Embassy of Myanmar in Korea.

     [Session 1] UN Women and Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region

    Moderator: Shin, Heisoo/Representative/Korea Center for UN Human Rights Policy

    14:00~14:30

    n  Gender Eqauality in Vietnam and the Role of the UN

    n  Situation of Women in Myanmar

    Shoko Ishikawa/ Country Representative, UN Women Vietnam

    14:30~14:50

    Discussion

    Dao Ngoc Nga/ Researcher, Research Center for Female Labour and Gender, Institute of Labour Science and Social Affairs (ILSSA)

    Kyawt Kyawt Khaing/ Trainer&Researcher, Center for Strategy and International Study(CSIS), Myanmar Development Resource Institute (MDRI)

    14:50~15:10

     

    Q&A

     

    15:10~15:20

     

    Coffee Break

     

    15:20~15:40

    UN Women’s Activities in Cambodia

    Wenny Kusuma/ Country Representative, UN Women Cambodia

    15:40~16:00

    UN Women in Indonesia: Challenges to Make Gender Mainstreaming “Works for Women”

    Dwi Faiz/ National Programme Officer, UN Women Indonesia

    16:00~16:20

    Discussion

    The Chhunhak/ Deputy Director General, Gender Equality & Economic Development, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Cambodia

    Lena Maryana Mukti/ The United Development Party, Indonesia

    16:20~16:40

     

    Q&A

     

    16:40~16:50

     

    Break

     

     [Session 2] KWDI and Gender Equality in the Asia-Pacific Region

    Moderator: Lee, Sooyeon/ Head of Center for Gender Equality Policy, KWDI

    16:50~17:05

    KWDI as a Bridge Between Gender Demands and Development Policy

    Kim, Eun Kyung/ Head of Center for International Development&Cooperation, KWDI

    17:05~17:35

    Discussion

    Ji, Kwangchul/ Head, Development Cooperation Policy Team, Ministry of Strategy and Finance

    Park, Young-kyu/ Director, Development Policy Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Kim, Yanghee/ Gender Specialist, Social Development Team, Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA)

    17:35~18:00

     

    Q&A and Closing

     

  • Gender mainstreaming in ODA - Experiences and Challenges of Norway and Korea
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    ㆍTitle : Gender mainstreaming in ODA - Experiences and Challenges of Norway and Korea
    ㆍTime & Venue : 09:00~14:00, 20th May, 2011/ International Conference Hall(2F), KWDI
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute, Norwegian Embassy
    In Cooperation with UN Women
    Sponsored by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ministry of Gender Equality and Family
    ㆍResource : 2011_3rd_AP_Forum_DataBook.pdf (14.8 MB)  
    ㆍProgram :
    09:00 Registration
    09:30~10:00 Opening Ceremony

    ● Opening Remarks: Taehyun Kim,President, KWDI

    ● Welcome Remarks: Didrik Tønseth, Ambassador of Norway

    ● Congratulatory Remarks: H.E. Kyo-Shik Kim, Vice-Minister of Gender Equality and Family Affairs/ Hyun-Shik Chang, Vice-President, Korea International Cooperation Agency

    10:00~10:30 Session I

    * Keynote

    "Gender mainstreaming and gender responsive budgeting in Norwegian ODA ? a policy perspective"

    (Fredrik Arthur, Ambassador for Women’s Rights and Gender Equality, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

    10:30~10:40 Coffee Break
    10:40~11:40 Session II

    * From Paris to Accra and to Busan: Aid Effectiveness and Gender Equality

    ● UNwork on Aid Effectiveness + GenderHLF-4"

    (Shoko Ishikawa, Regional Programme Director, UN W East & Southeast Asia Regional Office)

    ● Implementing gender sensitive policies in practice ? a view from country level

    (Marianne Damhaug, Counselor and Deputy Head of Mission, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Jakarta)

    ● Improving aid effectiveness and women's empowerment throuhg KWDI's participatory action research for ODA

    (Eun Kyung Kim, Research Fellow, KWDI)

    11:40~12:40 Discussion

    * Discussants

    ● Minyoung Kim, Project Manager, Global Civic Sharing

    ● Kyoungsook Lee, General Secretary, Korean Women’s Association United

    ● Hyunsook Kim, General Secretary, Korean National Council of Women

    ● Brendan Howe,Associate Professor, Institute for Development and Human

    ● Security, Ewha Womans University

    ● Aelee Sohn, Director, International Cooperation Department, Ministry of

    ● Gender Equality and Family

    ● Areum Song, Second Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

    13:00~14:00 Luncheon
  • Development and Gender-Good Practices, Sustainable Partnership, Effective Aid
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    ㆍTitle : Development and Gender-Good Practices, Sustainable Partnership, Effective Aid
    ㆍTime & Venue : September 28, 2010/ International Conference Hall, KWDI
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute, The Asia Foundation, UNIFEM
    ㆍResource : 2010_2nd_AP_Forum_DataBook.pdf (16.86 MB)  
    ㆍProgram :
    09:00 Registration
    09:30 Opening Ceremony

    ● Opening Remarks: Taehyun Kim, President, KWDI

    ● Welcome Remarks: Edward Reed. Korea Representative, The Asia Foundation

    ● Congratulatory Remarks: Hyun Cho. Deputy Minister for Multilateral and Global Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade)

    09:50 Keynote Speech

    ● Importance of Gender in Achieving MDGs and for the HLF-4

    (Joanne Sandler, Deputy Executive Director, UNIFEM, part of UN Women)

    10:20 Session 1

    * From Paris to Accra and to Busan: Aid Effectiveness and Gender Equality


    Presentation

    ● No Title

    (Rebecca Calder, Social Development Advisor, DFID Nepal)

    ● Integrating Gender in Development Aid (The ADB Experience)

    (Ruly Marianti, Gender Advisor, ADB Indonesia)

    ● Effective Aid for Supporting Gender-Sensitive Development

    (Wooyong Chung. Managing Director, Policy Planning Department, KOICA)


    Discussion(High-Level Roundtable)

    ● Ryun Joo Lee

    (Director, ODA Bureau, the Prime Minister's Office of Korea)

    ● Hyunghwan Joo

    (Director, International Economic Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Strategy and Finance)

    ● Kang-il Hur

    (Deputy Director General, Development Cooperation Bureau, MOFAT)

    ● Elisa Fernandez

    (Programme Specialist/Officer-in-Charge, Cross Regional Programme, UNIFEM)

    ● Hyun Bong Yoon

    (Secretary General, Korea NGO Council for Overseas Cooperation)

    12:30 Luncheon
    14:00 Session 2

    * Case Presentations I: Asia-Pacific NGO Partnerhship Programs on Gender


    Presentations

    ● Country Case 1: Economic Empowerment, Bangladesh

    (Rosette Najneenn, President, District Women's Business Forum)

    ● Country Case 2: Access to Legal Justice, Timor-Leste

    (Laura Soares Abrantes, Asia-Pacific Support Collective, Timor-Leste)

    ● Country Case 3: A Gender-Approach to Economic Programs- Case Studies from Bangladesh and Cambodia

    (Veronique Salze-Lozac'h, Regional Director for Economic Programs, Asia Foundation)


    Discussion

    ● Sun-Mee Kang

    (Director, Harang Institute of Gender Education)

    ● Youngsook Cho

    (Chairperson, International Solidarity Center of the Korean Women's Association United)

    ● Eun Kyung Kim

    (Manager, International Cooperation Team, KWDI)

    15:30 Break
    15:50 Session 3

    * Korean NGO Gender Programs with Local Partners in the Asia-Pacific


    Presentations

    ● Country Case 1: Working with Street Children in Indonesia/United Help for International Children (UHIC)

    (Nina Nuryanthy, Executive Director, DeTara Foundation)

    ● Country Case 2: Women's Education Center in Afghanistan/ Good Neighbors International

    (Mina Choi, Team Manager, Good Neighbors International Korean Office)

    ● Country Case 3: Reproductive Health Promotion in Mongolia/Mongolian Family Welfare Association (MFWA)

    (Semjidmaa Choijil, Executive Director, MFWA)

    Discussion

    ● Kyoyoung Kim

    (Local Coordinator, Korea Overseas Volunteers Association(KOVA) Indonesia)

    ● Sunju Lee

    (Research Fellow, KWDI)

    ● Jae-kwang Han

    (Secretary General, ODA Watch, Korea)

    17:20 Closing Ceremony

    ● Closing Remarks: Joanne Sandler (Deputy Executive Direcotr, UNIFEM)

  • The MDG 3-Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
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    ㆍTitle : The MDG 3-Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
    ㆍTime & Venue : November 25, 2009/ The Shilla Hotel, Seoul
    ㆍHosted by : Korean Women's Development Institute
    ㆍResource : 2009_1st_AP_Forum_DataBook.zip (31.19 MB)  
    ㆍProgram :
    09:00~09:20 Registration
    09:20~09:45 opening ceremony ● Opening Remark: Taehyun Kim, President of KWDI
    ● Special Remark: H.E. Ambassador Hector Galvan, Embassy of the Dominican Republic
    ● Congratulatory Remark: Dr. Haksu Kim, Chairmand of Asia Economic
    10:30~11:30 Session 1

    * Women in Asia-Pacific and Violence against Women


    ● Talking About Women: Gender Violence, Shame and Reconciliation in Timor Leste

    (Dr. Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes, Flinders University, Austurailia)

    ● Probing and Debating Structural Violence against Women in the Contemporary Legal Institution of Thailand

    (Dr. Virda Somswasdi, Chiangmai Unviersity, Thailand)

    ● The Cost of Domestic Violence in Korea

    (Dr. You-Kyung Moon, Korean Women's Development Institute)

    11:30~12:30 Session 2

    * Gender Responsive Budgeting and Aid Effectiveness


    ● Gender Responsive Budgeting and Public Expenditure Management Reform Program of the Philippines

    (Ms.teresita Sylvia Salud, The National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women, Philippines

    ● Moving from Concept into Practice: Indonesia's Experience in Implementing GRB

    (Ms. Chitrawati Buchori, Governance Reform Support Project Phase II, Hickling Corporation, Indonesia)

    ● Institutionalizing GRB in Korea

    (Dr. Young-Ock Kim, Korean Women's Development Institute,Korea)

    12:30~14:00 Luncheon
    14:00~15:00 Panel Discussion

    ● Dr. Yvonne Corcoran-Nantes

    (Flinders University, Austrailia)

    ● Dr. Virada Somswasdi

    (Chiangmai University, Austrailia)

    ● Dr. You-Kyung Moon

    (Korean Women's Development Institute, Korea)

    ● Ms. Teresita Sylvia Salud

    (The National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women, Phillippines)

    ● Ms. Chitrawati Buchori

    (Governance Reform Support Project Phase II, Hickling Corporation, Indonesia)

    ● Dr. Young-Ock Kim

    (Korean Women's Development Institute, Korea)

    ● Dr. Heisoo Shin

    (Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Ewha womans University)

    ● Dr. Chang-Yup Kim

    (Professor, School of Public Health, Seoul National University)

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