The HSF participated in COP14 in Samarkand, Uzbekistan from February 11 to 17, 2024. During this event, all aspects of international cooperation for conserving the migration of mammals, birds, and fish were discussed.
The Inter-Flyways Workshop, organized by the Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea ahead of the CMS COP14, brought together experts and participants to exchange experiences and gather ideas for the preservation of migratory bird routes.
From January 16th to 19th, HSS Korea, together with Dr. Nial Moores, Director of BirdsKorea, and Mr. Eojin Kim, conducted a census of seabirds in Goseong.
Dr. Bernhard Seliger, Representative of the Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea, participated in the symposium "International Risk/Resilience Management in Socio-ecological Systems" at the Institute of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering of the Korea University on January 31st.
February 2nd is the international World Wetlands Day, one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world.
Every year, on January 26, we celebrate World Environmental Education Day to raise awareness about environmental issues, promote understanding of the interdependence between humans and the environment.
Professor Adrien Carbonnet from KU Leuven recently examined the initiation of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Korea and the European Economic Community in the 1960s in a seminar held at the HUFS JMCE.
The HSF has been supporting the small grant fund operated by the EAAFP Secretariat annually.
Dr. Bernhard Seliger, representative of HSF Korea, contributed an article to the 2023 Third Edition (No. 96) of KORUM, published by the Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KGCCI).
The Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) Korea office wishes everyone a merry Christmas and happy holidays. We want to express our gratitude to supporters and those engaged in our work this year.
From the 4th to 7th of December, HSF Korea conducted a survey of sea and waterbirds in Goseong together with Dr. Nial Moores, Director of BirdsKorea, Dr. Jeongmoon Ha, and Eojin Kim.
HSF Korea researcher Dr. Hyunah Choi and project coordinator Minjae Baek met local experts to improve multilateral cooperation in the conservation of the Central Asian flyway during a trip to Uzbekistan.
It is with deep sadness to experience the loss of Prof. Dr. Chong, a close partner and friend of Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea.
The new winter issue of the Journal of Economic Integration is out. Founded in 1986, this journal aims to offer relevant policy implications on the ongoing process of globalization. HSF representative Bernhard Seliger is a member of the journal's board of editors.
In November 2023 there were several meetings and events related to Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) Korea. Environmental concerns, Korean reunification and cooperation with Central Asian Flyway (CAF) were the topics in this month.
On November 30, 2023, the 40th Tongil Hankuk Forum, a cooperative project between Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea and the Institute Peace Affairs, took place at Dong-A University in Busan.
The International Symposium for the Conservation of Scaly-sided Mergansers took place in Yeoncheon from November 21 to 22, 2023. Experts exchanged insights on the best methods and the significance of international collaboration for bird conservation, and guided participants through captivating excursions into the habitats of these birds.
On November 22 the 2023 Unification and Cultural Policy Forum on the topic "2023, a new understanding of unification" took place. This year, the forum was jointly organized by the Korea Culture and Tourism Institute and Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) Korea Office.
On November 9, HSF representative Dr. Bernhard Seliger held a special lecture on the lessons of Germany’s reunification at the Gangwon Unification Education Center in Wonju. He gave insights into the topic of German reunification, with a focus on the development of economic disparities between East and West Germany.
Hanns Seidel Foundation Vietnam led a delegation to Seoul for Startup Week ComeUp 2023, showcasing Ecothon winners and fostering global connections among Southeast Asian start-ups.
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