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Hanns Seidel Foundation, Korea Office
13 Hannamdaero 20-gil,
#501 (Sooyoung Bldg., Hannam-dong),
Seoul, 04419, Republic of Korea
Tel.: +82-2-790-5344/5 | Fax: -5346

Publications by HSF Korea

Factsheet: Sustainable Reforestation

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Factsheet: Transboundary Nature Cooperation - Wetlands

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EU-Project: Improvement of Rural Living Conditions

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Booklet: Our Work in 2016 - In the Field of Forestry

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Booklet: Our Work in 2016 - In the Field of Wetlands and Birds

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Politische Studien Nr. 470 mit dem Fokus „Die Zukunft der NATO“
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Seminare 2017
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07/17/2017 - The Yellow Sea Large Marine Ecosystem (YSLME) Project builds upon regional cooperation for sustainable use of the Yellow Sea put in place by PR China and the Republic of Korea, supported by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPR Korea), the Yellow Sea Partnership and the Global Environment Facility. undefinedmore...

07/17/2017 - Dr. Hyun-Ah Choi, Senior researcher of HSF Korea published research article - Integrated approaches for national ecosystem assessment in South Korea. Ecosystem services are the benefits people obtain from ecosystem functions and their assessment has the goal to take a look on changes in the ecosystem to support human welfare. Those approaches aim to protect biodiversity on multiple levels. undefined more...

07/10/2017 - On July 7, 2017, with the support of the Hanns Seidel Foundation, the Institute for Peace Affairs hosted the 2017 Teacher-Students Discussion forum. Teachers from various middle schools met with college students to examine forward-looking methods of education about unification, and create new paradigms. undefined more 

04/06/2017 – The new edition of the magazine “The Unified Korea”, which deals with topics concerning Korean unification, has been published by the Institute for Peace Affairs, a long-standing partner of the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Korea. This edition explores the US-ROK alliance on account of the new Trump and Moon presidencies. undefined more...

07/04/2017 - The Center for Korean Women & Politics (CKWP) is a partner of Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea for cultivating leadership and encouraging cooperation of Korean women over 25 years. HSF is supporting the 2FOR1 Forum from 2010. The 16th 2FOR1 Forum hosted by CKWP with the support of HSF took place on July 3, 2017 in Seoul. The Forum operated under the slogan, "Let’s go together! Country with happiness for South and North Korean women and children.”  undefined more...

06/30/2017 - Since Autumn 2015, the Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea is implementing the project “Improvement of rural living conditions through healthy forests” with local partners and funded by the European Union (EU). After almost 3 years of implementation, the project is soon to be completed. A project visit with Peter Ross, Team Leader of the Food Security of Office (FSO)...  undefined more...

06/23/2017 - On June 14, 2017, a workshop on forest landscape restoration took place in Pyongyang, co-organized by the Ministry of Land and Environment Planning (MoLEP), the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea. Transcending afforestation, forest landscape restoration is a more comprehensive way of looking at the rehabilitation of landscapes, including forests, water and non-forested areas. undefinedmore...

06/17/2017 – Many international guests and families came to attend the annual Charity Summer Festival on June 17, 2017 which had been organized by the German-speaking parishes in Seoul. The participants were able to enjoy their day at the German School Seoul international in Hannam-Dong with Korean as well as German dishes accompanied by an entertainment program. undefined more

06/20/2017 – A new issue of The Global Citizen has been published. The publication has decided that the theme of the ninth summer issue will be “The Fourth Industrial Revolution,” referring to a new generation of information, technological advancement, and the humanities. The Global Citizen is a quarterly publication. Dr Bernhard Seliger of Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea is a member of the Board of Editors. undefined more... 

06/17/17 - On June 12, a workshop on the conservation and management of intertidal wetlands and migratory waterbirds of the West Sea of Korea was held in Pyongyang, bringing together more than 60 experts from relevant ministries like the Ministry of...  undefined more...