December 14, 2020
8 pm ETPAST Download Flyer
Militarization, Killer Robots, and the Korean Peninsula: The Case for Peace
Join the transnational feminist campaign Korea Peace Now! for this discussion about killer robots in South Korea: what they are, why you should care, and how ending the Korean War can help stop them.
- Ray Acheson, Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
- YouKyoung Ko, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
- Youngmi Cho, Korean Women's Movement for Peace
- Moderated by Catherine Killough, Women Cross DMZ
Simultaneous interpretation in Korean and English will be provided.
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October 27, 2020
7:30-8:45pm ETPAST Download Flyer
The Past, Present and Future: Women’s Role in Advancing Peace in Korea
October marks the 20th anniversary of the historic passage of UNSCR 1325, which set forth a framework mandating women’s meaningful inclusion in peace processes. To celebrate this landmark anniversary, and remind governments of their responsibility to the Women, Peace and Security agenda, the Korea Peace Now! campaign is hosting a roundtable on the role of women in advancing peace on the Korean Peninsula. This event will be in English and Korean.
- Madeleine Rees, Secretary General, WILPF
- Suzy Kim, Professor, Rutgers University
- Hyun-Sook Lee, Honorary representative, Women’s Forum for Peace and Diplomacy
- Christine Ahn, Executive Director, Women Cross DMZ; International Coordinator, Korea Peace Now!
- Ambassador Youngsook Cho, ROK Ambassador of Gender Equality
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September 17, 2020
8:30pm-9:40pm ETPAST Download Flyer
Women's Participation in the Peace Process
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Beijing Platform for Action and also the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the U.N. Security Council Resolution 1325. The importance of women's participation in peace and security is increasing around the world. In accordance with international norms on ex. gender equality, efforts for women's participation in establishing a peace regime on the Korean Peninsula need to be made. This session will discuss promoting women's participation in the region, country, parliament and National Assembly level, women’s role in peace making process, share domestic and international cases and deliberate the meaning and role of women's participation in the U.S. and Korean civil society.
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- Christine Ahn, Executive Director, Women Cross DMZ
- Jacqueline O’Neill, Ambassador for Women, Peace, and Security, Government of Canada
- Jeongsoo Kim, Standing Representative, Women Making Peace
- Jan Schakowsky, Congresswoman, U.S. Congress
- Jaejung Lee, National Assembly Member, National Assembly of Republic of Korea
- Junga Lee, Standing Representative, Gyeonggi Women’s Association United
- Youngmi Cho, Executive Director, Korean Women’s Movement for Peace Research Professor, Chung-Ang University
September 7, 2020