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통일한국의 과도적 정의: 평화 조성과 화해
Date and Time:
May 23, 2013 12:30 pm ~ May 24, 2013 07:00 pm
Location:
워싱턴 DC 19가 NW, 스팀슨 센터 12층
Speakers:
미리엘 아파민드지 (국제 평화 연구소), 백범석 (아산정책연구원), 봉영식 (아산정책연구원), 루벤 카란자 (국제 과도적 정의 센터), 조정현 (통일연구원), 데이빗 코헨 (UC 버클리), 로버타 코헨 (브루킹스 연구소), 안나 돌디즈 (웨스턴 온타리오 대학), 콘스탄틴 고쉴러 (보쿰 루어 대학교), 함채봉 (아산정책연구원), 프랭크 자누지 (미 국제 앰네스티(TBC)), 아브라함 김 (한미경제연구소), 재 H. 구(SAIS 한미관계연구소), 이영조 (전 진실 화해를 위한 과거사 정리 위원회 위원장), 라지브 나라얀 (국제 앰네스티 ), 앤드류 나티오스 (텍사스 A&M 대학), 무나 B. 둘로 (코넬 법대), 앤드류 G. 라이터(마운트 홀요케 대학), 그레그 스칼라튜 (북한인권위원회), 신창훈 (아산정책연구원), 라비니아 스탠 (세인트 프란시스 재비어 대학), 루티 테이틀 (뉴욕 대학), 운여상 (북한인권정보센터)
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Description:

한반도 통일이 이루어지면 공정하고 투명한 과도적 정의를 추구하는 것은 한국의 평화 구축과 화해를 실현할 수 있는 핵심요소가 될 것입니다. 이 행사를 통해 북한, 인권, 그리고 과도적 정의 등 다양한 분야의 전문가들이 모여 통일한국 이후의 과도적 정의에 대해 논의하는 기회를 마련하고자 합니다.

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