USKI Event: Humanitarian and Educational Programs in North Korea



Next week in Washington D.C., the US-Korea Institute (USKI) at SAIS will hold an event titled "Getting Beyond Politics: Creating Lasting Impact in North Korea" on Wednesday, February 4th. The description and list of speakers, which includes the Founding President of the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, is pasted below:

Getting Beyond Politics: Creating Lasting Impact in North Korea

The Pyongyang University of Science & Technology, U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS, National Committee on North Korea and Feed the Children are pleased to present, “Getting Beyond Politics: Creating Lasting Impact in North Korea.” The importance of continuing humanitarian and educational programs in North Korea has never been more significant. This roundtable discussion will encompass how we should use all levers available to effect positive change and provide for young people in need.

Opening Speaker

Ambassador Robert R. King | U.S. Special Envoy for North Korean Human Rights Issues


Alexandre Mansourov | Visiting Scholar, U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS

Roundtable Speakers

James Chin-Kyung Kim | Founding President, Pyongyang Univ. of Science and Tech. Corey Gordon | Chief Marketing Officer, Feed the Children Norman Neureiter | Acting Director, American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science Randall Spadoni | Senior Regional Advisor for East Asia, World Vision

You can review materials for the event on the US-Korea Institue at SAIS website.

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