T.A.B. (The Advantage Bureau): part of GCP International has been tasked to arrange speakers for an upcoming event called “8th Asia Future Forum (AFF 2017)“, which will be held on November 15~16, 2017, in Seoul Korea.
The event is hosted by the Hankyoreh, which is a progressive newspaper, decisively committed to journalists freedom, democracy, peaceful coexistence and national reconciliation between South and North Korea. Since 2010, this Forum has been held in Seoul every late autumn, while the world’s great scholars, political leaders, policy makers, and entrepreneur have gathered in one place. The Hankyoreh Asia Future Forum mainly deals with the change and crisis of the 21st century capitalist economy.
For further information, visit the website: http://www.asiafutureforum.org/2016/eng/main.php
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Special Seminar on North Korean Human Rights
*Date: October 24 ~ 26, 2013
*Venue: Namsan Literature House
Marian Botsford Fraser, Chair of Writers in Prison Committee of International PEN, Canada
Chang Haesung, President of North Korean Writers in Exile PEN Center
Suzanne Schote, North Korean Human Rights Activist, USA
Do Myunghak, Secretary-General of North Korean Writers in Exile PEN Center
Job Dignner, Poet & International Human Rights Activist, Netherlands