2023 FSH Fall Seminar I : Global Poverty and Korea's ODA
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2023 FSH Fall Seminar I
Global Poverty and Korea's ODA
Date: Wednesday, September 20th, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Venue: SUNY Korea Academic Building C103
Speaker: Dr. Chang, Hyun Sik
Prof. CHANG, Hyun sik, former Vice President of KOICA, has received his Ph. D. in Political science at Pennsylvania State University in 1991. He had joined KOICA as a founding member and has served many posts including Chief Representative office in China. He also served at OECD/DAC secretariat as a visiting scholar for two years. After his retirement in 2014, he has taught in Seoul National University, Incheon National University and Ewha womans University as a visiting professor. In addition to numerous papers and books, he is the author of "A Comparison of Management Systems for Development Cooperation in OECD/DAC Members" (OECD, 1999).
Korea has achieved economic, social, and political development in a short period of time with the support from other countries. Now that Korea is a member of the OECD, she is making great efforts to eradicate the global poverty by expanding ODA volume and sharing Korea's development experience. This lecture will talk about ODA's policies, organizations, and strategies that share Korea's experience including Korea’s Saemaul Movement ODA.