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The Handbook of ANIS 2011. You can find the program, biography and picture of participants and other information related to ANIS 2011.

The Handbook of ANIS 2011. You can find the program, biography and picture of participants and other information related to ANIS 2011.

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  • 1. Table of Contents01 Welcome Note02 Concept Note & Program03 ANIS2011 Activities04 Special Event05 Biography06 Organizer & Partner07 Contact list08 Venue & Hotel information09 General Information10 Website & Social Media
  • 2. Welcome Note It gives us great pleasure to extend to you all a warm welcome on behalf of the 2011 Asia NGOInnovation Summit organisers, the Hope Institute and Intel Asia Pacific. We would like to expressour sincere gratitude to all the participants, supporting organisations and volunteers of ANIS 2011. Last year, we took our first step towards building ANIS together. By convening the leaders of major NGOsand organisations working towards social innovation, we shared our views and understanding of social inno-vation, and initiated a platform on which knowledge and experiences can be shared among different groups.This year, we will build on these achievements and deepen our discussions on the role of civil society andorganisations in enabling social innovation. We will also share our thoughts and experiences on the strategiesand methodologies of designing and developing social innovation, with the objective of building capacity. Asia is a very diverse region probably more than any other continent in the world.Countries here are truly diverse in political systems, social structure, economic development, religion andculture. We have many social challenges to address, and our shared experiences, collaboration, tools ofmedia and information & communication technology will be fundamental in our ability to evolve solutions.The big question is: Will the countries in Asia be able to benefit from each other’s experiences and bringabout solutions towards creating better societies? We believe we can make a difference together.As a Korean proverb tells us, “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with the first step.”We believe that the ANIS network will contribute to greater cross country collaboration, sharing andcapacity building to co-create a flourishing space for social innovation.We hope that you will join us in this path of learning and doing. Finally, we would like to express special thanks to our partners including Beautiful Store and Beautiful Coffee,Jeju Olle, Jeju Alternative Institute Community, Korea Federation for Environmental Movement of Jeju, Jeju Resi-dent’s Self-government Solidarity, Jeju Solidarity for Participatory Self-government and Environmental Preserva-tion, Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA), UN Global Compact Network Korea and DaumCommunications for their generosity and openness to hold this Summit at the beautiful island of Jeju.Thank you. The Hope Institute / Director Intel Asia Pacific / Regional Director, Corporate SiJoo YU Anjan GHOSH
  • 3. Program Concept Note & Program
  • 4. Concept NoteIntroduction The HOPE Institute and Intel Asia will jointly host the 2nd Annual Asia NGO Innovation Summit (ANIS) following thesuccessful inaugural event which was held in 2010. This year’s aim is to explore and develop practical methods andtools to scale up social innovation across the region from pilot to mainstream. This year’s theme is “Promoting SocialInnovation in Asia: Strategies and Methods”. From the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh and the Barefoot College in India to the Social Innovation Park in Singaporeand KOTO in Vietnam, from the Social Invention Program in South Korea to the Social Innovation Camps in Australia,novel ideas which meet the region’s social needs have been created, scaled up, and replicated across Asia as well asall over the world. From a global perspective, Asia has played a significant role in working to solve long-standing and seeminglyintractable social problems as well as those that are newly emerging. Learning lessons from Europe as well as fromour own experiences, we realized that existing systems and approaches to the social problems are not as effectiveas they once were. This realization made us aware of the need to be conscious of the importance of social innovationand to search for ways to generate and promote social innovation. Social Innovation is more than a buzz word. It refers to socially-innovative movement that is a positive force in soci-ety and works to harness society’s capacity to act. Social innovation does not happen by chance. Social innovationcannot grow and scale without strategies to develop it and evaluate its impact. Asia is leading the way to promotesocial innovation at every level and across the different sectors. We are proud that the 2nd Annual Asia NGO innova-tion Summit will provide you with the tools and knowledge to promote social innovation in socially-related sectors.Key Questions and Focus Areas Over the past few years, a wide range of disasters and hardships have hit Asia. The global economic recession andnatural disasters such as earthquakes, the recent tsunami, coupled with the explosion of the nuclear power plantin Japan, have illustrated the necessity of taking a new approach to address these issues. There is a strong sign ofemergence of such a new approach. Recently social innovation initiated and led by citizens has had a great impact on a society. Individuals can makethemselves heard even without the support of NGO’s or NPO’s. They can express their opinions directly by usingsocial networks or blogs, and this naturally contributes to the formation of public opinions and new solutions. Thedemocratic movement triggered and spread by Twitter and social financing using crowd funding are a couple ofexamples of these phenomena. Citizens act as activists, journalists, educators, social entrepreneurs, bankers andpolicy makers and so on. Under such social changes, the role of civil society should be reconsidered in order to accelerate social innovation.This role of the public sector also needs to be considered, including governments, and the private sector includingcorporates. All these different sectors are required to identify a new way of interacting with each other and encour-age and support social innovation led by citizens. This shift also underlines the necessity of new tools and methodswhich can be utilized by these sectors. Several examples of these tools and methods are world café for citizenparticipation, SROI (Social Return On Investment) for evaluation of social values, social impact bonds for evaluationof social impact and effective provision of public services. These methods should efficiently and effectively accom-modate opinions and solutions made by individuals. This prompts ANIS to address the following two key questions:Key Questions• What is the role of civil society in Asia in the promotion of social innovation?• What practical methods and tools can be developed to promote social innovation? In order to answer these key questions, the following focus areas are selected for ANIS participants to exchangetheir knowledge and experiences:
  • 5. Concept NoteFocus Areas(1) Social innovation initiated and/or led by citizens(2) Social venturing and social financing for fostering social enterprises(3) ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) and social media(1) Social innovation initiated and/or led by citizens A growth in public awareness of social issues and usage of new ICT including social media has offered great op-portunities for anyone to make their contribution to the diffusion of social innovation. Attendees will discuss manyrecent social innovation cases initiated and led by citizens in Asia. The main emphasis of this discussion will be thefollowing:- How can citizens create previously non-existing solutions to classic problems?- How can citizens build their competency to implement their innovative solutions?- How should civil society reinforce social innovation initiated and led by citizens?(2) Social venturing and social financing for fostering social enterprises Social enterprise is probably the most successful social innovation to have spread in Asia. The relative weaknessof governments and welfare systems in the region has clearly encouraged creative individuals to provide their ownsolutions to entrenched social problems. The notable success of social enterprises in Asia has now encouragedmany newcomers to create their own social enterprises. Nevertheless, it is still in doubt about whether all theseenthusiastic attempts are mature enough to be sustainable. Attendees will discuss creative and innovative ways ofsocial venturing and social financing, which can help social enterprises in Asia grow more strongly. Especially severalapproaches to evaluate social impacts of social enterprises, such as SROI and social impact bonds, have widelyreceived attentions from main social investors. Strengths and weakness of these methods need to be reviewed andshared. The main emphasis of this discussion will be the following:- What strategies and methods are most needed to incubate social enterprises in the region?- What types of support and environment are needed for successful social pilots to be grown into sustainable enterprises?- What are appropriate methods for evaluating the social and financial impact of social enterprises?- What is the role of civil society in resolving the above issues, and how can it build capacity to play such a role?(3) ICT (Information Communication Technologies) and social media Undoubtedly ICT and social media have been significant tools for citizens to participate in social innovation frominitiation, cultivation through to scaling up. The rapid change in the ICT environment has always been a new opportu-nity as well as a new challenge to innovators. Adoption of mobile technology to boost microfinance in Africa such asM-Pesa, and crowd funding using online platforms such as Kiva have attracted more people to provide their inno-vative ideas to create social solutions. Attendees will discuss how ICT and social media can be leveraged to scalesocial innovations and promote creativity to enable change for social good. The main emphasis of this discussion willbe the following:- How can ICT-led solutions foster collaborative innovation?- How does ICT change the relations between different sectors, including civil society, the public sector, the private sector and households?- How can information and data be captured to provide innovative applications that create social impact?
  • 6. Concept NoteSummit OverviewTitlePromoting Social Innovation in Asia Strategies and MethodsHostsThe Hope Institute and Intel AsiaDateOctober 5(Wed)- 7(Fri), 2011Conference Venue & Hotel for AttendeesSeogwiopo KAL Hotel#486-3 Topyeong-dong, Seogwipo-city, Jeju-do , KoreaTel: +82 (64)-733-2001Summit Websitewww.anis.asiaContact InfoEmail: summit@makehope.orgTel: Sunkyung Han +82 02 2031 2140Tel: Mihye Yoo +82 02 2031 2142
  • 7. ProgramOutline of Program This year’s ANIS event will take place over three days in beautiful Jeju Island, Korea. It will be comprised of a socialinnovation tour, a keynote speech, case study presentations and breakout group discussions, an open session es-tablishing a collaborative project and poster sessions introducing attendees’ social innovation experiences. There willalso be a field trip to Gangjeong village where attendees will have an opportunity to look into social conflict that hasarisen during the planned construction of a naval base. The details of each session are as follows:Themes The state of social innovation in Asia DAY1: 5 Oct - Where are we now? - Social Innovation… what’s in it for us? Ways to design, develop and grow social innovation in Asia - Social innovation initiated, engaged and led by citizens DAY2: 6 Oct - Social venturing and social finance for fostering social enterprises - Information Communication Technology (ICT) and social media Collaboration to scale up and speed up social innovation in Asia DAY3: 7 Oct - How can civil society be the catalyst to develop social innovation effectively and efficiently?Program Summary Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Site tour Workshop Collaborative Session (Open Space) (Daum Communication) *optional Social Innovation Lab Lunch Lunch Lunch Workshop Welcome remarks & Summit Open discussion Overview Social Innovation Lab Keynote address Closing Remarks Social Innovation Tour Field Visit (Jeju Olle) Poster Session Reception Dinner Dinner
  • 8. ProgramDay-to-Day Program Day 1(5th OCT) Venue 09:00 Registration Lobby in front of Crystal Room(1F) Meet-up for Site Tour (optional) 09:15 - 09:30 * Participants who want to join the site tour gather at At the Lobby the lobby and move to the bus together. 09:30 - 12:20 Site Tour (*optional) Daum Communication 12:20 - 14:00 Lunch Restaurant SALLE (B1) Welcome Remarks 14:00 -14:10 - SiJoo Yu (Hope Institute) Crystal Room (1F) - Cheng Cheng Loo (Intel Asia Pacific) 14:10 - 14:20 Summit Overview & Announcements Crystal Room (1F) Keynote Address : • What is the role of civil society in Asia in the promotion of social innovation? • What practical methods and tools can be Crystal Room 14:20 – 15:20 developed to promote social innovation? (1F) Speaker: - Robin Murray (Young Foundation) - Frank McGuire (Parliament of Victoria, Global Learning Village) Social Innovation Tour (*Ignite) The state of social innovation in Asia Crystal Room 15:20 – 17:00 - Where are we now? (1F) - Social Innovation… what’s in it for us? 17:00 – 17:10 Photo Time 17:10 - 18:00 Poster Session Crystal Room (1F) 18:30 - Reception Dinner with opening performance B.B.Q Garden * Welcome pack will be served when all delegates check in. Otherwise delegates will receive the welcome pack at the registration desk.
  • 9. ProgramDay-to-Day Program Day 2(6th OCT) Venue 10:00 – 10:10 Day opening & Announcements Crystal Room (1F) Workshop : The Strategy for promoting social innovation Crystal Room 10:10 – 11:10 (1F) David Kelly (TACSI, The Australian Centre for Social Innovation) Social Innovation Lab 1 (*world café) : Social innovation initiated and/or led by citizens 11:10 – 13 :00 - SeungHyun Park (Seongnam Cultural Foundation) Emerald Room - Huang Jui-Mao (OURs) (B2) - Ada Wong (Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture) 13:00 – 14:00 Lunch Restaurant SALLE (B1) Social Innovation Lab 2 (*world café) : Social venturing and social financing for fostering social enterprises - Solomon Prakash(Ashoka India) - Belinda Drew (Foresters Community Finance) - Hyukjin Choi (Wonju Health and Social Care Cooperative) Crystal Room 14:00 – 16:00 (1F) Social Innovation Lab 3 (*world café) Emerald Room : ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) (B2) and social media - Vijay Pratap Singh Aditya(ekgaon) - Shaun Robinson (NetHope) *All delegates can choose the theme of SI lab at the registration desk. 16:00 – 16:20 Day Closing Crystal Room (1F) Meet- up for Field Visit 16:40 At the Lobby * Participants gather at the lobby and walk together Field Visit : Jeju olle 16:40 – 17:50 *Participants will visit the office of Jeju olle while walking. Office of Jeju Olle At the end, participants will come back by bus Dinner with dinner speech by Myungsook Seo, the 19:00 Crystal Room (1F) president of Jeju Olle.
  • 10. ProgramDay-to-day Program Day 3(7th OCT) Venue 10:00 – 10:10 Day Opening & Announcements Crystal Room (1F) 10:10 – 13:00 Collaborative Session(*Open space session) Crystal Room (1F) 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch Restaurant SALLE (B1) Workshop Emerald Room 14:30 – 15:10 : How to collaborate using the online platform (B2) - Shaun Robinson (NetHope) Open Discussion Crystal Room 15:10 - 15:30 : What did we learn and what’s next? (1F) Closing Remarks Crystal Room 15:30 - HS Lee (Intel Korea) (1F)
  • 11. ANIS Activities
  • 12. ANIS Activities ANIS Activities Program ANIS 2011 is designed to ensure every attendee is able to learn and participate. It will convene an open,creative, collaborative and interactive discussion among participants. During ANIS 2011, participants willbe encouraged to share practical methods that can be used to foster social innovation and refine thosemethods during group sessions. The sessions intended especially for encouraging participant interactionare as follows: The Social Innovation Tour (SI tour) This first event of the day will examine the social impact of many different cases of social innovation in the region, and the degree of social impact observed from these cases. To share the best experience and knowledge from each country in a short period of time, the SI tour will employ the Pecha Kucha or Ignite format of presentation and discussion. The Poster Session Every participant of ANIS 2011 can join in and introduce his or her social inno- vation experience to others. Attendees will have a chance to discuss their best practices with other attendees via face to face conversations. Social Innovation Lab To make discussions more concrete and concentrated, three sessions debating different focus areas will be run in parallel. Each session will be regarded as a lab where related cases will be presented and a number of small discussion groups will examine practical methods and find appropriate ways to use them. Open Space Anybody attending an open space is given a chance to submit the main discussion topic. There are no set themes other than the establishment of a collaborative project between attendees, to continue after the close of the event. The Open Space discussion will be directed towards a final result of achievable plans for collaborative projects among delegates of different nations in the region
  • 13. ANIS ActivitiesField Visit : Jeju Olle In the Jeju dialect of Korean, “Olle” means a narrow pathway that runs from the street to the front gateof a house. The Jeju Olle is a network of walking paths across Jeju Island. “Olle” sounds the same as“Would you come?” in standard Korean, so “Jeju Olle” sounds like “Would you come to Jeju?” Jeju Olle’s founder MyungSook Suh was the chief editor of a weekly news magazine.After working hard as a journalist for twenty years, she felt exhausted and empty. To have a break, shewent on the 800km Santiago Pilgrimage from France to Spain in September 2006. When she returnedto her hometown on Jeju Island in Korea, she teamed up with a few volunteers to make a hiking trailin Jeju. Her team explored Jeju Island and looked for hidden and forgotten footpaths that cars cannotaccess. They had to restore old paths, connect broken paths and create new paths so that hikers canenjoy the hidden beauty of the island. The first trail path was opened to the public in September 2007. Since then, Ms. Suh has establishedthe non-profit organization called the Jeju Olle Foundation and it has created a total of around 216kmof walking trails. Currently, eighteen trail routes have been opened to hikers and the Jeju Olle team isstill exploring and developing new routes. On average, each Jeju Olle trail is around 10-18 km. They offer a unique opportunity to enjoy the Jeju coastlines, local villages, dark green forests,waterfalls, cliffs, and palm trees. All the Olle paths are developed with minimal human intervention. All the markers indicating the route are made from eco-friendly materials. The Jeju Olle has become one of the best routes for hikers to be reinvigorated and inspired throughrelaxation of body and soul in nature.
  • 14. ANIS Activities Special event
  • 15. Special eventPerformance A Singing Group <Modajung> Modajung (meaning “together with”), a singing group under the Jeju Resident’s Self-Government Soli- darity, was formed in March 2008 to give hopeful messages to Jeju citizens and consisently has done diverse performances to achieve its goal. All members have jobs and families but they have regularly performed once a year since 2009 with passion for singing songs by overcoming individuals’ hardships despite busy schedule. By doing so, they have shown their talents accumulated through the performances on various stages. They have participated in major cultural events held in Jeju such as The Commemorative Event of Jeju 4.3, Citizens’ Event for Inhibiting the Legacy of Gwangju Democratic Movement, the Cultural Event in Memory of the Late Yang Young-chan, and Citizens’ Peaceful Grand March for Gangjeong Village. From this year, they do performances in festivals such as Seosara Cherry Blossoms Festival, Yeon- dong Road Festival without Cars, and the Cultural Event for Commemorating the Late Jin Ah-young to become close to local people. Modajung will make consistent efforts to grow as a beloved singing group through diverse activities, visiting and singing together with local people.
  • 16. Special eventA Korean Traditional Performance Team <Gahyang Pansori Madang>Opened in 2002, ‘Gahyang Pansori Madang’ focuses on coaching and performance to diffuse thePansori and the folk song from southern province. Especially Heesoon Hyun(President, Gahyang Pansori Madang) is the traditional singer who studiesthe folk song from southern province and Chunhyang-ga under Soyoung Kim, Sugung- ga, Chunhy-ang-ga in full under Myungsin Kim. Since 2004 Gahyang Pansio Madang has annually performanced at Spring Welcoming Exorcism ofTamna (Tamnaguk Ipchun Gut Nori)’, which is a traditional folk festival of Jeju. The festival is a time-honored celebration originally invoked to pray for good health as well as a bountiful spring harvest. Various shamanistic practices are well-developed in Korea. Korean shamanism has deep roots in folk beliefs from ancient times. It is closely related to ancient rites offered to the gods of heaven and has, over time, become infused with Buddhist tradition. Korean shamanism is distinguished by its seeking to solve human problems through a meeting of humanity and the spirits. This can be seen clearly in the various types of gut(굿) that are still widely observed. Korean shamans are similar in many ways to those found in Siberia, Mongolia, and Manchuria. They also resemble the yuta found on the Ryukyu Islands, in Japan. Jeju Island is also a center of Korean Shamanism. Muism has exerted influence on the bases of some of the Korean new religions, such as Cheondoism and Jeungism. The ‘gut’ is a rite in which the shaman offers a sacrifice to the spirits and, through singing and dancing, begs them to intercede in the fortunes of the world. The shaman wears a colorful ritual costume, speaks while in a trance as a spiritual oracle, and sings and dances to the accompaniment of music.
  • 17. Biography
  • 18. Biography biographySpeaker Robin MURRAY Fellow Young Foundation United Kingdom Robin Murray is an industrial economist. He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and at the LondonSchool of Economics. He joined the London Business School, where he lectured in Economics, and thenmoved to the Institute of Development Studies, the national centre for the study and teaching of developmentat the University of Sussex, where he was a Fellow for 20 years. During this time he acted as a consultant on industrial and development issues to a wide range of governments,and served as Director of Industry in the Greater London Council in the 1980s and as a Director of Development inthe Government of Ontario in the 1990s. This work led him to the conclusion that there was a major role that could be played in achieving social goals bymission driven third sector companies. In the field of development he co-founded Twin and Twin Trading in 1985.Twin works with existing farmers co-operatives, and helps establishes new ones, while Twin Trading imports andsells their products in the UK. They have in turn established producer co-owned branding companies, in coffee,chocolate, fresh fruit and nuts. Together with their partners, this group of companies (of which he currently chairstwo and is a board member of a further three) now has a turnover of £90 million, and acts as a trading and mar-keting arm for some 300,000 small farmers. In parallel he has also developed a range of new ventures in the environmental field. His interest here is in theeconomy of distributed systems, and their potential for environmental and social sustainability. He co-foundedthe environmental partnership Ecologika, whose members work in the fields of waste, energy, transport, food andhealth. As a group they played a major role in the re-direction of UK waste policy over the past decade, includingnew venture formation, and have more recently worked as advisers to the Deputy Mayor of London in establish-ing first the London Climate Change Agency, and then a London-wide Green Homes concierge service. They arecurrently working with the Deputy Mayor on a project to develop plug-in hybrid vehicles (which have the potentialto transform both the energy and the auto industries). From 2004-5 he was seconded to the Design Council as Director of RED, its innovation unit, where he led theteam working on new forms of health care, particularly in the areas of chronic disease management and publichealth (Open Health monograph on RED Design Council health website).
  • 19. BiographySpeaker Frank McGuire Member of Parliament & Chairman Parliament of Victoria, Global Learning Village AustrailiaFrank McGuire grew up in Broadmeadows, where he and his family have been involved in the local community for more than halfa century. Frank has worked for more than 12 years to establish coordinated models to deliver social infrastructure and better results forlocal communities.In 1999, he became the founding chairman of the Safe City Taskforce for Hume City Council. Through this and other voluntarypositions, Frank was able to develop new ways to deliver infrastructure, services and programs denied to Broadmeadows in thepast.He established the groundbreaking Global Learning Village model, in which government, business, community and philanthropicgroups work collaboratively to build smarter, healthier, better connected communities.The first incarnation of the Global Learning Village model – the Hume Global Learning Center - established: • the first public library in Broadmeadows 50 years after the suburb was established ; • a maternal and childcare centre in Meadow Heights • the Ideas Lab – an information and communications technology learning centre supported by companies such as Microsoft, Intel and Cisco. There are two Ideas Labs in the world – one in London and the other in Broadmeadows. The Global Learning Village model has been applauded and strongly supported by both sides of politics as well as major corpo-rations such as Ford, Intel and Visy. It has been included by the Australian Government as a feature of the new town centre forCraigieburn, and is now being adopted by government departments and community organisations.This year the Global Learning Village was nominated on behalf of the City of Melbourne for a prestigious international MetropolisAward and was showcased to more than 150 cities around the world.Frank believes that supporting communities is all about building and providing quality local services and investing in attitude,education and opportunity. Frank initiated the “Inspiring Stories” campaign to lift pride in Broadmeadows, an area long regarded by outsiders as the end ofthe line, and to raise aspirations in one of Australia’s most disadvantaged and diverse communities.Frank is committed to ensuring every child has access to the best education, regardless of their family’s bank balance. Toachieve this vision he has campaigned for an Australian first - a multiversity – to be established in Broadmeadows that wouldharness technology to deliver world-class higher education programs and foster life-long learning.He initiated a leadership program for Year Nine students to broaden their life experience beyond the class room and helpeddevelop Hume Council’s Learning Together Strategy.Frank continues to advocate for important community projects including a new health services hub as well as housing initiativesmixing private, public and social homes.Frank has been a journalist, businessman and social innovator. He has won a human rights media award and is a dual winner ofAustralian journalism’s highest honour – the Walkley Award – for his investigative reporting.Following the retirement of the former Victorian premier, John Brumby, Frank was elected as a Member of Parliament for Broad-meadows at a by-election in February 2011.
  • 20. Website & Social media BiographySpeaker David KELLY Deputy CEO The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) Austrailia David Kelly is deputy CEO of the Australian Centre for Social Innovation. He is an experienced strategist,project coordinator and program manager with a twenty five year commitment to working with disempoweredcommunities. In the non-government sector, in local government and in his own business, he has achievednational recognition for creativity and innovation in community and cultural development and social enterprise. His success is based on the deeply held belief that communities change for the better when citizens of allages are active and creative participants in community development processes rather than passiveconsumers of services.
  • 21. BiographySpeaker Belinda DREW CEO Foresters Community Finance Limited Austrailia Belinda has been in the role of CEO at Foresters Community Finance for seven years. In that time, she haslead the transformation of the organisation into a social business providing finance, investment and train-ing to the community sector. Belinda has developed a unique synthesis of skills across the areas of finance,investment and social impact. Belinda has worked in the community sector in Queensland for over a decadein the areas of homelessness, disability, child protection and housing, holding a number of positions in socialpolicy organisations. Belinda is committed to the development of an industry of organisations that can actin various ways to strengthen civil society organisations and in turn increase their social impact. Belinda is aBoard member of the Queensland Council of Social Service and holds various roles on advisory committeesengaged in philanthropy and social enterprise.
  • 22. Website & Social media BiographySpeaker Ada WONG Chief Executive Hongkong Institute of Contemporary Culture (HKICC) Hong KongFounder & Hon Chief Executive of Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary CultureSupervisor of HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of CreativityConvenor of MaD (Make A Difference) Ada has been a staunch advocate of creative education, social innovation and cultural development. Shefounded the non-profit Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture (HKICC) 13 years ago. HKICC in turnfounded the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, the only “art high school” in Hong Kong offering analternative programme for the nurturing of creative and critical minds, and Ada is its supervisor. In the last twoyears, HKICC further launched two socially innovative projects - the Make A Difference (MaD) Platform (www.mad.asia) and the Chinese Creative Industries Forum (CCIF) (www.ccif.hk). Ada actively participated in public service and civil society activities. She was an elected Urban Councillor,District Councillor and Chairperson of Wan Chai District Council. She is currently a member of the Consul-tation Panel of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, the Art Museum Advisory Panel, and a boardmember of Hong Kong Shue Yan University and Hong Kong Design Centre respectively. She was a columnist for Oriental Daily and Ming Pao Daily for over 10 years and is now a co-host of two cur-rent affair programmes at Radio Television Hong Kong.Ada received her BA (Hons) from Pomona College, California, USA and M Ed from the University of HongKong. She is also an Honorary Fellow of Lingnan University and Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  • 23. BiographySpeaker Solomon PRAKASH Country Director Ashoka India India Solomon JP is part of the Ashoka Global Leadership team and is the Country head of Ashoka in India sinceMarch 2010. He was also elected an Ashoka fellow in 2006 when he was working with MAYA and the associ-ated companies and organizations he founded and worked. Before moving on to Ashoka, Solomon founded in 1989 a non-profit called MAYA in Bangalore, India with afocus on the eradication of child labor and livelihood development of poor communities. By 1998 he workedwith public school reforms and early child care using citizen action to change the quality of schools in twostates in India and still scaling to reach thousands of schools. In 2005, he also setup two for-profit enterprises,one is Maya Organic, which works with to develop and market high quality products around the world andanother company called LabourNet that has a network of urban informal sector workers, using Internet andcommunications technology to track workers and help them find Jobs.
  • 24. Website & Social media BiographySpeaker Vijay Pratap Singh ADITYA CEO Ekgaon Technology India Vijay Pratap Singh Aditya is a social entrepreneur and development professional having experience of de-signing systems and institutions for enabling access to services and markets for rural producers and artisans.Vijay is Electrical Engineering Graduate with Post-Graduation in Forest Management from the Indian Instituteof Forest Management, Bhopal, India. Vijay’s work revolves around utlising information and communicationtechnologies for enabling access to markets, climate and weather information, technology & knowledge,finance and handholding services to rural businesses, producers and artisans for making them competitive inglobal business environment. Vijay brings in experience of technology innovation and understanding of socio-economic environment in de-veloping economies for providing IT enabled services. Vijay is passionate about networking rural communitiesand forging partnership, to seek transfer of equity in favour of primary producers and artisans. Vijay, has been included amongst 50 Social Entrepreneurs in India by the India’s premier business magazine,“The Business Outlook” in its September, 2009 special Independence Day issue. The magazine identifiedthese entrepreneurs as “New Wealth Creators - 50 Social Entrepreneurs.... And how they are making Indiabetter”. Vijay is part of global community of social entrepreneurs as Ashoka – Lemelson Fellow (2008) andAshoka Globalizer Fellow (2010). Ashoka, USA recognises changemakers and social entrepreneurs across theworld. Vijay serves on the board of IndLinux Society, promoting Indic-language computing.Vijay is Co-founder, Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ekgaon.
  • 25. BiographySpeaker Seung Hyun PARK General Manager Seongnam Cultural Foundation Korea- Policy proposer of “Club Sarangbang”- Specialty in culture & art policy and culture planning- Deep interest in daily arts and community culture activity- Promoting creation of culture city by citizen and community movement in local- The present planning department Head of Sungnam Cultural Foundation
  • 26. Website & Social media BiographySpeaker Hyukjin CHOI Deputy Chairman Wonju Medical Coopertive Korea• Wonju Cooperative Social Economy Network• General Secretary, Wonju Medical Cooperative• General Secretary, Seogang University Cosumer Cooperative
  • 27. BiographySpeaker Huang Jui-MAO Chairman Oraganization of Urban Re-s Taiwan Professor Huang received his PhD in urban and community design from the Graduate Institute of Buildingand Planning, National Taiwan University. He specializes in practical and research work in architecture, com-munity design, and urban design. He is a veteran activist in spatial issues faced by Taiwanese cities duringthe process of urban and social development, such as historical conservation, ecological sustainability, theright of access to the city, public art, and social housing. Prof. Huang established the Community Action Team, Tamsui(CATT) in 1993 to practice community/envi-ronmental redevelopment. In addition to focusing efforts on various issues of urban development, ProfessorHuang has played leading roles in local community actions in historical Tamsui (such as environmental educa-tion, citizen activism, and local placemaking), while emphasizing community involvement in the process. Foryears he also has helped the local government in planning and implementing projects of urban preservationand innovation.
  • 28. Website & Social media BiographySpeaker Shaun ROBINSON Creative Technologist NetHope USA Shaun Robinson is a Creative Technologist for NetHope, a consortium of 33 of the world’s largest interna-tional NGOs. Through NetHope, these humanitarian organizations collaborate, share, and innovate togetherfor the benefit of humanity.Shaun is responsible for the technical aspects of NetHope’s website, marketing, communications, and socialmedia. He is tasked with finding creative ways to use technology to empower NetHope, its programs, and itsmember NGOs. Shaun is passionate about technology and all facets of web applications: information architecture, program-ming, user experience, cloud computing, and entrepreneurship. In his spare time, he creates web applicationsfor small businesses and nonprofits. He earned a degree in Finance from the University of Maryland, where he performed extensive research onthe informal financial sector in a nearby low-income community with a high population of Salvadorian im-migrants. He also studied microfinance for the entrepreneurial poor while living in Kenya and working for amicrofinance organization. He currently lives in Washington, DC.Website:http://nethope.orgEmail: shaun@nethope.org
  • 29. BiographyDelegate Christian STENA Venture Support The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) Austrailia Christian-Paul Stenta is committed to delivering visible social change. Christian’s experience ranges acrosscommunity development, early childhood development, youth development, education and employment,mental health, homelessness, volunteer development, outreach and retail. Christian currently leads Venture Support and the Bold Ideas Better Lives Challenge with The Australian Cen-tre for Social Innovation, identifying and supporting innovative people to test their ideas in practice with theaim of replicating or scaling their ideas for the broader public good. Prior to this, Christian was Manager of the Magdalene Centre for Anglicare SA, managing and developinga diverse range of services including antipoverty, refugee, financial literacy, case management, communitydevelopment and retail services. He was previously the Service Coordination Manager, Communities forFamilies Playford North. Prior to Anglicare SA, Christian held a range of paid and voluntary positions with theSt Vincent de Paul Society, including 3 years as a State Councillor.
  • 30. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Yan ZHAI Board Chairman Beijing Huizeren Volunteering Development Center China Worked at the volunteer management and capacity-building efforts since 1995. Founded the BeijingHuizeren volunteering development center in 2003. In cooperation with UNV and VSO to developedvolunteer management system and capacity-building training courses for Chinese grassroots NGOs2006 -2008. She served as the Beijing Olympic Games Volunteers Management consultants and training specialists.Focus on voluntary service capacity-building, action research and policy advocacy. Learning and Training Experinces1995~2003 Marriage and family couseling and volunteer training in Beijing Maple Women’s Psychological Counseling Centerand accept many trainings on Social Gender, Psychological counseling supervision and coaching training.2000~2002 Master Degree Courses of Developmental and Educational Psychology in Developmental Institution of BeijingNormal UniversityApr ~ May 2002 Social work professional training in Hongkong UniversityOct ~ Nov 2003 International Visitor to USA with the topic of NGO management and Civil society developmentMay 2004 ~ June 2005 NGO Accountability Series courses and TOT (Accountability, Leadership, the Value of Managementand the Value of Capital)Sep ~ Oct 2005 Volunteer Program Development Senior Courses in Agricultural Development College of PhilippineXawell UniversityChina NGO Senior Study courses in Civil Society Institution of Beijing UniversityStrategic Programming and Evaluation Training of Peter Druke Management InstitutionNGO Working Experiences:Youth Supervision Service since 1990Women, Marriage and Family Psychological Consultation and Women Issues Study since 1995, goodat marrige supervision and family education consultationVolunteer Management, Volunteer Capacity Building and Development Consultation since 1998Published Women Issues Monograph Heading for Deuterogamy and We Are Living Together (ChinaKunlun Press) Apr 2004Adult Psychological Education and Training since 1997, Volunteer Training and Capacity Building since2000, Psychological Counseler Qualification Training contributed to abundant training experiencesPublished monograph on Volunteers, China NPO Volunteer Management, China NPO VolunteerManagement Practice and Review, China NPO Volunteer Leadership Practice and Review in Jun 2005.(Organization Management Series on Winrock Grassroots Organization Capacity Building)Editor of China NPO Volunteer Training material (Participant Handbook, Collaborator Handbook) in Aug2006China Volunteer Service Development Study, Volunteer Service Network Building
  • 31. BiographyDelegate Isabelle PITT Coordinator of Global Network development Locality(former DTA) United Kingdom Isabelle has worked for Locality since 2009, first in the role of Policy Officer and more recently as their repre-sentative in Asia. Locality is the UK’s leading network of community based organisations, and we believe thatevery community has the potential to generate income, empower citizens and deliver meaningful change. Before Locality, Isabelle worked for Oxfam, and holds degrees from Oxford University (Politics, Philosophyand Economics) and the London School of Economics (Gender, International Development and Globalisation).She is now based in China, and continues to contribute to Locality’s work, bringing a global perspective totheir work and developing ways that community groups around the world can learn from each other.
  • 32. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Gu YUAN Certified Drucker Educator Peter.F.Drucker Academy (Beijing) China Mr. Yuan Gu is among the pioneers to promote and practice social innovation in China. As a certified Druckereducator, he has been devoted to research and education of social innovation. During his academic stay inthe UK, Mr. Gu studied the area in Britain with in-depth interviews with social entrepreneurs and participationin social innovation projects. Mr. Gu has co-authored two books on NGO management, and writes a columnabout social innovation and civil society for one of the most prestigious Chinese newspapers. In 2011, he co-founded a social enterprise called “Buy42”, which is the first online charity shopping platform in China. Out ofwork, Mr. Gu enjoys travelling, reading, watching movies and talking with people of different background.
  • 33. BiographyDelegate Ling HUI Office Director of You Change University China Social Entrepreneur Foundation China Currently serve as the Office Director of You Change University, China Social Entrepreneur Foundation, whichis one of the first organizations in China to promote Social Innovation and New Philanthropy. YouChangeUniversity is an innovative education and social development research institution. It will integrate resources,build a borderless teaching and research system, promote cross-sector cooperation, and groom talents ofsocial innovation for the government, the business community and the whole society. It will build a non-profitthink tank, take grassroots practice with tutorial guidance as the main way of education, and provide holisticeducation,which is missing in traditional universities.Work Experience- Office Director of You Change University, China Social Entrepreneur Foundation,- Senior Project Officer of Volunteer Support Center- CSR Consultant in AdvantageCSREducation Background- The University of Nottingham, the U.K., with MA in Corporate Social Responsibility- University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), China with MA in Business Administration, specializing in Human Resource Management.
  • 34. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Zhenbing XUE Intel Consultant Recende China Ms. Zhenbing XUE has worked with Intel China CSR team for about 2 years on SocialInnovation Programs including Innovation Awards for Non-profits project. Before joining this team, Xueworked with Oxfam Hongkong for about 3 years.
  • 35. BiographyDelegate Lan ZHENG Operation Director Shan Shui Conservation Center ChinaMs Zheng Lan joined Shan Shui Conservation Center as Operation Director in late 2009.Before that, she had been a professional in PricewaterhouseCoopers for 11 years. Shan Shui is dedicated to stimulate social changes for a development in China with eco-equity.On the one hand, it supports original and smart conservation actions in China’s most ecologically importantareas; On the other hand, it acts as a bridge to connect these areas to concerned citizens to promote, and asa platform to facilitate these two groups for a crossover social innovation.Under Shan Shui’s vision and framework, Ms Zheng Lan is the in-charge of the following 3 areas:- To establish a social enterprise, which plans to operate a urban club, which markets the rede signed eco-products from the communities of conservation areas, and facilitate eco-tours to the communities.- To stimulate the network of LEAD China follows. LEAD China aims to nurturing cross-section leadership in social innovation in China.- Collaborating with other management team members of Shan Shui, to establish an agile operation system responsive to its visions and goals.
  • 36. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Wen CHENG Consultant World Heritage Insitute of Training and Research for the Asia and Pacific Region ChinaPost doctor in the Nature and Society Research Center, Peking UniversityScience Consultant in the World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and PacificRegionBorn in Honghe Prefecture, Yunnan province in 1981.1999-2003 : undergraduate student in Electronics Engineering, Peking University2003-2006 : graduate student in Biomedical Engineering, Peking University2006-2010 : Ph.D. candidate in Radio-physics, Peking University2005-now : editor for the Bird Annual Report of China2006-2010 : bird-specialist for the Rapid Assessment on Biodiversity program of the Nature and Society Research Center, Peking University consultant for the Shanshui Conservation Center2010-now : consultant for the World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and Pacific Region Wen Cheng has been experienced in collecting, processing and analyzing biodiversity information throughfield surveys. Now, he works on modeling to identify the areas with rich or unique biodiversity in China as wellas areas of fragility facing on developments and climate changes.
  • 37. BiographyDelegate Howard CHAN Member Community Museum Project Hong Kong Howard Chan is social curator and facilitator based in Hong Kong. Chan has been concerned with bridgingknowledge and resources among different sectors of the society to nurture innovative social relations. In 2002,he co-founded Community Museum Project (CMP, www.hkcmp.org), a curatorial/research collective that aimsat reviewing and articulating the visual culture and practice of everyday life, as well as nurturing a creativepublic platform. Recent on-going project include building a cross-sector collaborative system centered onupcycling design practice. Chan has also been researching on knowledge exchange in alternative socialsystems and innovations in Hong Kong and Korea.
  • 38. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Mahardhika SADJAD Programme Officer British Council Indonesia Indonesia Mahardhika S. Sadjad (Dhika) graduated from International Relations Studies at the University of Indonesia in2009 with a concentration course in Transnational Civil Society. Her academic background has led her to con-duct research on the impact of Fair Trade certification towards coffee farmers in Takengon, Aceh, which wasmotivated by her work in advocating for fairer trade with a local non-profit organisation, Sekretariat BersamaIndonesia Berseru. Dhika is currently working as the Programme Officer for British Council’s Skills for Social Entrepreneurs Pro-gramme. During her two years at the Council, Dhika has worked to co-design and implement various capacitybuilding and networking activities along with grant schemes for Indonesia’s community-based social entre-preneurs. She believes that motivating communities to collectively manage their economy through entrepre-neurship will empower community members by fostering economic independence which is often threatenedby unfair trade practices. British Council Indonesia’s Skills for Social Entrepreneurs Programme is designedand implemented based on this belief, working with various actors within Indonesia’s social entrepreneurshipmovement such as JAUH, Telapak, AKSI, University of Trisakti, etc. In her private time, Dhika has started a blog that aims to share information on social entrepreneurship inIndonesia (www.socentindo.wordpress.com).
  • 39. BiographyDelegate Laode MANGKI Deputy Director Network For forest of Southeast Sulawesi-Indonesia Indonesia2011-now Institution Environment Sustainable and Community Developmentof Southeast Sulawesi Province-Indonesia2010- 2011 Capacity building of Cooperation Jaya Lestari (KHJL) South Konawe regency on private land manage- ment certified, people plantation forest and timber industry community for implementation Timber legality verification system in private land, people plantations forest and community timber industry are supported by Multystakeholder forestry programme (mfp) –DFID2010 Strengthening the capacity of fisherman groups in kendari city is supported by marine and fishery agency of kendari city2009-2010 Encourage the acceleration peoples plantations forest of the Koperasi Hutan Jaya Lestari (KHJL) from the regents of South Konawe regency are supported by Partnership Indonesia and Sulawesi Community Founda- tion, TFT, Civil Society Challenge Fund (CSCF)-DFID2009 Research for optimization of waste management and hygiene in Kendari City is supported by the regional development and planning agency of Kendari City2008-2009 Encourage the acceleration of timber plantation permit of plantation forest community of the Koperasi Hu- tan Jaya Lestari (KHJL) from the regents of South Konawe regency are supported by Partnership Indonesia and Sulawesi Community Foundation, TFT, Civil Society Challenge Fund (CSCF)-DFID2008 Mentoring and Coaching for Coastal Community Economic Empowerment in Kendari City is supported by marine and fishery agency of Kendari City.2007-2008 Research for optimization of waste management and hygiene in Kendari City is supported by the regional development and planning agency of kendari City Encourage the acceleration of timber plantation permit of plantation forest community of the Koperasi Hutan Jaya Lestari (KHJL) from the forestry minister Indonesia are supported by Partnership Indonesia and Sulawesi Community Foundation, TFT, Civil Society Challenge Fund (CSCF)-DFID2006-2007 Strengthening the capacity of members of farmer groups in sustainable forest management certified FSC ( SmartWood) are supported are supported by Partnership Indonesia and Sulawesi Community Foundation, TFT, Civil Society Challenge Fund (CSCF)-DFID2006 Strengthening the capacity of members of farmer groups in sustainable forest management certified FSC ( SmartWood) are supported by Partnership Indonesia, Sulawesi Community Foundation, TFT, Civil Society Challenge Fund (CSCF)-DFID2006 Mentoring and Coaching for Coastal Community Economic Empowerment in Kendari City is supported by marine and fishery agency of Kendari City.
  • 40. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Tomohiko OKABE CEO KOTO lab,llc Japan Okabe graduated from the University of Tokyo’s school of architecture. Now he serves as a CEO forKotolab,LLC in Yokohama city. Since 2004, he has implemented a neighborhood revitalization project called“YOKOHAMA KOTOBUKI STYLE,” in the Kotobuki cho area of Yokohama, 20 minutes south of Tokyo by train.This district is known for their high number of unskilled day laborers who live in cheap lodging inns.Okabe is interested in transforming the area by adding artistic elements to the neighborhood and findingways to make good use of the area’s resources to create new industries. Essentially, he wants to create new“value” instead of only making “things.” For example, the project called “YOKOHAMA HOSTEL VILLAGE,”aims to transform cheap lodging inn into youth hostels that cater to foreign backpackers. He also created apromotional movie called “KOTOBUKI Promotion,” which explains the current situation of the towns and theprojects they are working on. Additional projects include: “KOTOBUKI, let’s vote for the election campaign”,which helped transform the neighborhood by putting up colorful posters encouraging day laborers to vote ;and “One tsubo (3.3 square meters) outdoor bench project,” which set up 3.3 square meter bench using shogiboards (Japanese chess board) around town so people in the community could participate in playing shogi.Okabe received a Yokohama Cultural Prize of Culture and Arts Award at 2008.岡部友彦東京大学大学院建築学修了。コトラボ合同学社代表。 2004年から学浜学町を学点に地域再生プロジェクト”YOKOHAMA KOTOBUKI STYLE”を行う。”モノ”ではなく、”コト”から取り組む姿勢に徹し、ア学ト的スタンスで街のイメ学ジチェンジを行うのとともに、街の資源を有学 活用し、街に新たな産業を創る取り組みを行っている。代表的な試みとして、簡易宿泊所をヨコハマホステルヴィレッジという外学人バックパッカ学のための 安宿に学貌させる事業や、街の現学とそこで行われているプロジェクトを分かりやすく紹介したプロモ学ションム学 ビ学”KOTOBUKI_Promotion”の制作、通常の選学キャンペ学ンにインスタレ学ション色を持たせて、街のイメ学ジチェンジを学っ た”KOTOBUKI選学へ行こうキャンペ学ン”、街の外部環境を豊かにしていくプロジェクト”一坪学台”プロジェクトなどがある。 2008年 学浜文化賞文化学芸術学学賞受賞
  • 41. BiographyDelegate Miki YASUI Associate professor Hosei University Japan Dr. Miki Yasui is a professor specializing in urban policy and planning. While teaching at the university, she has joineda lot of planning and community development challenges in Japanese local communities. Recently, she organized atrip to help keeping Omatsuri (Festival) in small villages, helped a declined neighborhood shopping strip in Tokyo sub-urbs and helped organizing a new after-school program in the same area, where 6,000 households are living in publichousing. She believes that all the communities have potential innovation capacities but need a clue, and studentscould make it, a clue of community innovation. At this event, she recommended her best friend, Hitoshi Kinoshita to join this event and is helping him to network withinternational colleagues. She believes that Hitoshi could become one of the most innovative community entrepreneurs.EDUCATIONPh.D. in Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo, 2003Master of Urban Planning, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, 1997B.A. in Politics, Faculty of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University, 1991AREAS OF INTEREST Community management and urban governance; Public private partnership in shaping and developing public spaces;Social integration of urban communities; Upgrading urban declined communities; Integration of urban planning andsocial services.MAJOR POSITIONS- April 2004 ~ Present Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Policy and Administration and Graduate School of Social Well- Being Studies, Hosei University,- April 2010 ~ March 2011 Visiting Reseacher, London School of Economics and Political Science, Dept. of Geography,- April 2002~March 2004 Assistant Professor, Urban and Environmental Systems Unit, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo,- Mach 1998 ~ March 2002 Research Fellow, Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research, Tokyo,- April 2000 ~ July 2001 Visiting Researcher, Institute of Public Administration (Affiliated with New York University), New York,- May 2000 ~ October 2000 Short-Term Consultant for Urban Development, The World Bank, Washington DC.SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Miki joined over 100 governmental and nonprofit councils, boards and committees. Some of recent ones are; Re-search Committee on Regional Management and Governance, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism,September 2008 ~2010, Selection and Reviewing Committee of the “New Public” pilot, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure,Transport and Tourism, May 2008 ~ 2010, Saitama City Planning Board, October 2008 ~ 2010, Landscape Board,Bunkyo City, Tokyo, April 2008 ~ 2010, and Committee on Examining New Ordinance of Local Governance, SumidaSpecial Ward, Tokyo, September 2008 ~ 2010.Miki Yasui could be reached at; miki@hosei.ac.jp.
  • 42. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Hitoshi KINOSHITA CEO Area Innovation Alliance Japan Hitoshi Kinoshita is a CEO of Area Innovation Alliance and a Community Revitalization Preacher of CabinetSecretariat. At 18, Mr Kinoshita established a Shoutengai Network Corporation as an alliance of shoppingstreet (merchants) associations in 2000, and invested a new electric commerce system, a online Project man-agement system, and a city advertising network business in alliance areas. In 2005, Mr.Kinoshita researched on city center management all over the world as a researcher of ResearchInstitute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI), and Tokyo foundation (TKFD). In 2008, Mr.Kinoshita and executive managers of several companies which manage each city center in Japanestablished Area Innovation Alliance (AIA) as a general incorporated association. The number of AIA mem-ber cities grew up to thirteen as of today. The AIA produced a New Area Management Business Program.It includes, for example, Area-based comprehensive facility management, Area Advertising Network, Areapayment Services, and Area Project Management Support. Area Facility Management Programs which sup-port Sapporo, Morioka, Atami, Kumamoto and others, provide new cost cut and create re-investment cycle ofeach city centers.AIA Programs shorten the lead-time to make new business, and spread the business volume.Mr.Kinoshita is a graduate of the graduate school of Hitotsubashi University with Master ofBusiness Management.
  • 43. BiographyDelegate Jinhwan KIM Producer Partnership Manager, International Relations Team Leader Beautiful Store KoreaJinhwan KIM is International Relations Team Leader and Producer Partership Coordinator at Fair Tradedivision of Beautiful Store.Education2010.11~ Present : Producer Partnership Coordinator, BeautifulStore Fair Trade division2009.09~2010.09 : MSc Development Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London2002.09~2008.08 : STS Raw Materials Purchasing , Pig Iron Sales at POSCO
  • 44. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Soonyoung CHUNG Trade Division/ Director Beautiful Store Korea- Director of Beautiful Trade Division from May 2011- studied Organizational Leadership at Said Business School of Oxford (2010)
  • 45. BiographyDelegate Hyemin KIM Program officer Beautiful Foundation KoreaEDUCATION2008-2009 LL.M.(with merit) in International Human Rights Law School of Law, University of Essex, Colchester, United Kingdom - Modules: Public International Law; International Human Rights Law; International Trade and Investment, and Human Rights; Human Rights and Environment; Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Dissertation: ‘Joint Responsibility in International Human Rights Law’ (Under the supervision of Professor Francoise Hampson) - with Distinction2006-2008 Master of Arts (MA) in International Affairs Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (HEID), Geneva, Switzerland - Modules: International Law in a Global Economy; International Human Rights through the Concepts; International Legal Framework for the Protection of Human Rights; Game Theory and Negotiations to Establish Cooperation in the Areas of the Environment, Trade, and Hu man Rights; International Law, etc. Dissertation: ‘ Multiple Responsibilities for Human Rights Violations Committed by Corpora tions - State Obligation and Corporate Voluntary Commitment’ (Under the supervision of Professor Andrew Clapham)2001-2006 Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Political Science and Diplomacy Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea - Concentration: International Politics International Political Economy; International Trade and Economic Organisation; Internation al Trade Theory; Theory of International Relations; International Organisations; International Law; International Economic Law; Contemporary International Relations; National Security and Intelligence; Understanding International Conflict and its Application - Award for Excellent Records (autumn 2005) - Jan-Jun 2005 Leiden University (exchange programme), Leiden, the Netherlands: European Union Politics and Policy; European Protection of Human Rights; American Con stitutional Law; External Relations in the European Union
  • 46. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Miyoung LEE Program officer Beautiful Foundation Korea Miyoung Lee has been working as a program officer of the department of Research and Education at theBeautiful Foundation. She was in the magazine industry over the years and newly joined the Beautiful Founda-tion in early 2011.
  • 47. BiographyDelegate Hyunkyung JUN Manager Beautiful Foundation Korea2003~ The Beautiful Foundation : Fundraising, Distribution..ETC2011~ Manager, Research and Education Dept.
  • 48. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Jung Ok LEE Co-chair Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA) Korea Her main interests and work revolve around gender, alternative development and peace.Jung Ok was a member of the ARENA Executive Board 1994 - 1997 and currently she is the co-chair ofARENA council of fellows. She is a professor of Sociology in Catholic University of Daegu in S.Korea. She is the incumbent chairperson of the committee for the International Cooperation of The KoreanDemocracy Foundation. Lee is also involved in regional and international networks including IRIAsia,Eco-peace Asia. She was invited as visiting scholar at Waseda University in Japan (1998) andHarvard University in United States (1991). She has organized various global forums on democracy,alternative development and Peace. Recently She has organized, Reimagination : Peace Agenda & politics of War Memory (2009),Seoul Democracy Forum ( 2009), and 2009 Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy (2008).She has authored and edited Several books such as Gender Issues and the Changes in Family Relations,1998, Sociology for Gender Equity, 1993. People’s Alliance in the Age of Globalisation: Sustaining Ecology,Equity and Plurality for the ARENA publication, Women and Alternatives in the age of Globalization, Hopeand Realities of Global Democracy Promotion, Globalization of Democracy-Hope and Realities of DemocracyPromotion in Asia, Voices through Ballots, and Citizens in Charge
  • 49. BiographyDelegate Hye-sun NAM Manager, International Liaison & Strategic Partnership Haja Center KoreaB.F.A in Chinese Language, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, KoreaM.F.A in East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University, Taipei, TaiwanFreelance translator (Chinese language)Head of the preliminary social enterprise “Langlink”Manager, International Liaison & Strategic Partnership Team, Haja Center, Seoul, Korea
  • 50. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Hyunksook LEE Research Fellow Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute Korea- Research fellow at Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute- Master degree in Sociology, Hong Kong University- Editor of investment weekly magazine <Think Money>- Researcher at Daewoo Economic Research Institute
  • 51. BiographyDelegate MyeongHee LEE Head of International Affairs Working Together Foundation Korea Marie Myung-Hee LEE is Head of international relations at the Work Together Foundation. WTFcarries out diverse projects to promote social entrepreneurship through incubating and supporting socialenterprises, including advocacy, campaigns and fundraising. She planned a variety of activities and eventswhich facilitates the international cooperation of social entrepreneurs within the Foundation. She convenesand coordinates the Asian Social Entrepreneurs Summit (ASES) 2008 and 2010 which gathers social entre-preneurs of eight and fifteen Asian countries on each and co-organized various meetings for social entrepre-neurs in and out of Korea through collaborating with various groups (e.g. a gathering events before the WorldEconomic Forum on East Asia 2009 with the Schwab Foundation and the Haja Center). She also has organ-ized global exchange programs for building capabilities of Korean social entrepreneurs since 2007. She has alarge interest in supporting developing countries by the way of social entrepreneurship. She newly opened theSmile Together Project of the WTF since 2010, which supports social entrepreneurship in under-developingand developing countries to eradicate children poverty fundamentally while making their parents earn thefamily income.
  • 52. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Gyeongah JANG Manager, International Affairs Team Working Together Foundation  Korea JANG, Gyeong-ah is Manager of International Affairs Team at the Work Together Foundation. WTFcarries out diverse projects to promote social entrepreneurship through incubating and supporting socialenterprises, including advocacy, campaigns and fundraising. International Affairs Team is coordinating and or-ganizing a variety of activities and events which facilitate the international cooperation of social entrepreneurs.There is a newly started ‘Smile Together Project’, which supports social entrepreneurship in under-developingand developing countries to eradicate children poverty fundamentally while making their parents earn thefamily income. She is interested in supporting developing countries through sustainable and cooperativeways. She was a long term volunteer of AVAN(Asian Volunteer Action Network), which supports youths in thelocal community of Laos. She is also a youth member of ODA Watch, a civil NGO, which works for better aidand developemnt.
  • 53. BiographyDelegate Changju KIM Head, Youth People Working Together Foundation  Korea KIM, Chang Ju is head of Youth People Initiative Support Team in Work Together Foundation.He supports youth social entrepreneurs to solve the problem of youth employment by coordinating a socialventure competition.Especially Social Enterprise Incubating Center was established in 2009 by the Work Together Foundation.So now he supports 46 innovative companies in total.These 46 companies are now in the early stage and making business model.These 46 companies work for women, environment, youth in poverty and for such social conflict resolutionsthrough creative ideas and professional projects.Social Enterprise Incubating Center wants to take the role of being a hub among social resources.
  • 54. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Joohyun KANG Executive President Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum (GCEF) KoreaExperience(Current) Founder & Executive President, GCEF (Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum)Founder & Chair, Emerging Economies Working Group(EEWG) of Corporation 20/20CSR Advisor, Social Contribution Information Center under the Ministry of Health and Welfare of the Korean governmentBusiness & Human Right Advisor, Korea Human Rights FoundationAdvisor, Better Social Enterprise NetworkSpecial Ombudsman on Social Enterprise, Office of the Small and Medium BusinessNon-executive Director, ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) CenterJudge, Health Enhancement of Asian CSR Awards, hosted by Asian Institute of Managment Cener for Corporate Social ResponsibilityExperience (Past)2009-2010 Advisor, Presidential Council of Nation Branding2008 Joint Conference Coordinator, Principles for Responsible Investment/UNEP Finance Initiative/UN Global Compact2007-2008 Asia Program Fellow, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School2007 US Representative & Research Associate, the Korean Corporate Citizenship Center(KCCC)2006 Research Associate, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship2006 Mason Fellow, Edwards S. Mason Program in Public Policy and Management, Harvard Kennedy School2004-2005 Senior CSR Consultant, Nsyscom Consulting Company2003-2004 Strategic Alliance Manager, Kids & Future, the Korean partner of International Youth Foundation1992-2002 Worked as PR Manager, International Marketing Team Manager and Sales Manager in KOSDAQ listed venture compa-nies and the Korean subsidiary of a French multinational corporation and developed global distribution partnernetwork from zero to eleven countries in Asia Pacific, Europe and North AmericaEducation1992 Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature, Yonsei University2006 Mid-Career Master of Public Administration (MC-MPA), Harvard Kennedy SchoolActivities2010 - An expert contributor of South Korea section of “The World Guide to CSR” published in UKby Greenleaf Publishing2009 - A sole CSR luncheon speaker oragnized by EUCCK and Europe Korea Foundation - Presented ‘Aligning CSR to Societal Values in Emerging Economies’ at 2009 Asian Forum onCorporate Social Responsibility in Manila, Philippines.2008 - Participated in a panel at the CSR session of 2008 Asia Business Conference, Harvard Business School - Presented ‘CSR in Korea’ at the workshop of Emerging Economies Working Group (EEWG) of Corporation 20/20 in Boston, US - A sole translator of the Korean version publication by Federation of Korean Industries Media, “Beyond Good Company: Next Generation Corporation Citizenship” authored by Bradley K. Goodgins, Philip H. Mirvis and Steven A. Rochlin2007 - Lectured about CSR at Social Contribution Information Center2005-2006 - Co-Chair of Human Rights Professional Interests Council, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School2004 - Lectured about CSR to corporate members at Business Ethics School of the Federation of Korean Industries2002-2003 - Associate Member, British Chamber of Commerce Korea
  • 55. BiographyDelegate Eunmi LIM Junior Manager SK Happiness Foundation Korea1976 - Born on May 26th in Munkyung, Korea2000 - Graduated from Korea University in Seoul, major in Economics2000-2006 - Started working for SK Networks Company, in System Business Unit sales and marketing2007 - Married and Had one cute baby2010 - Participated in SDS(Social Designer’s School) at The Hope Institute2011 - Started working for SK Happiness Foundation in Research and Development Department for Social Enterprise
  • 56. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Dohyung YOO Department Manager SK Happiness Foundation Korea1972 - Born on 3rd in Jan. in Seoul, Korea1997 - Graduated from Kwangwoon Grad School in Seoul, major in Electro-Communication Engineering2005-2009 -working for SK Networks Company, in Strategy Division Group2011 - working for SK Happiness Foundation in Research and Development Department for Social Enterprise
  • 57. BiographyDelegate Steven SIM Senior Executive Officer Socio-Economic & Environmental Research Institute (SERI) Malaysia Steven Sim manages the Socio-economic and Environmental Research Institute (SERI), a public policy thinktank based in Penang, Malaysia. He has served in numerous policy advisory roles at the local government, state (provincial) government andfederal government level in Malaysia as well as being an active participant and organiser of regional (Asia andSoutheast Asia) dialogues. Since January 2011, he has been appointed a City Councillor of the Seberang Perai Municipal Council, thelargest municipality in Malaysia. His areas of interest include sustainable city development, gender and social justice and participatory politicsas well as in philosophy in Wittgenstein’s thought. He is also currently pursuing his MA in Philosophy at theUniversiti Sains Malaysia.
  • 58. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Vida Zorah S. GABE Community Learning and Communications Manager Telecentre.org Foundation Philiphine Vida Zorah Gabe is the Communications and Community Learning Manager for Telecentre.org Founda-tion, an independent, non-profit, non-stock international organisation committed to increasing the social andeconomic impact of grassroot telecentres. These telecentres offer services, skills, and opportunities to peopleliving in remote and rural locations around the world.
  • 59. BiographyDelegate Chitpong KITTINARADORN Consultant ChangeFusion Institute Thailand Chitpong Kittinaradorn is a consultant to ChangeFusion, a non-profit institute focusing on catalysing socialinnovation. He specialises in planning and management of technology innovation that promotes health andlearning. Past projects included an open education content distribution platform, several top-ranked healthinformation portals, and recently a popular iPhone health application called ‘DoctorMe’. He is also engaging in many current and future projects. One is focusing on creating an open platform forcourseware authoring and distribution that utilises modern ICT devices such as computer tablet. Another is amobile-based disease surveillance system. Chitpong read economics from Thammasat University and obtained a postgraduate degree in New Mediaand Society from University of Leicester. Before joining ChangeFusion full-time he was an adjunct professor innew media at Thammasat University.
  • 60. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Ponggrapee BURANASOMPOB Secretary Office of the Ombudsman Thailand ThailandEducation- Bachelor of Arts, Political Sciences (International Affairs) Thammasat University. First Class Honors, King Bhumibol Adulyadej Gold Medal Awards and Full Scholarships for Academic Excellence. Bangkok, Thailand.- Master of Arts, Social Development (Honors Program). National Institute of Development Administration (Highest Score of Class/ Class President) Bangkok, Thailand- Organization Development (PhD) Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary Development Institute. Manila, PhilippinesPast Work Experiences- Executive Director, Thailand Food for the Hungry International- General Manager (International President’s Office) Food for the Hungry HeadquartersCurrent- International Consortium Member, OMEGA BOYS CLUB San Francisco (Youth Violence Prevention)- Board, Thailand Food for the Hungry International- Board, YOUTHCAN (Youth Violence Prevention) Thailand- Secretary to Ombudsman of ThailandContact Information- Secretary to Ombudsman- Office of the Ombudsman- The Government Complex Commemorating His Majesty the King’s 80th Birthday Anniversary 5th December, B.E 2550 (2007)5th Floor, Ratthaprasasanabhakti Building, 120 Chaengwattana Road,Laksi District, Bangkok 10210, ThailandTel: +6621419119 Fax +661438373Email : pongrapee@ombudsman.go.th
  • 61. BiographyDelegate Shi-Min LEE Associate Professor and Chairman Tamkang University Taiwan• 2001-present now Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Aerospace Engineering Tamkang University• 1990-2003 Senior Consultant of Thermodynamics, Research and Development Department of TECO• 2003-present Consultant, LCA Department of Microsoft Taiwan• 2003-present Consultant, WOMEN UP Program of Microsoft Taiwan - 2003 WOMEN UP I - 2004 WOMEN UP II - 2005 WOMEN UP III - 2006 UP@Taiwan - 2008-2011 WOMEN UP 2.0• 2004-present Consultant of Information Technology, Department of Education, Taipei City Government (Principal Investigator of Microsoft School of the Future)• 2006-2007 United Consultant of Southern Computer Associations, “Bridging Digital Divide of Industries”, Small and Medium Enterprise Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs• 2007- Director, Project Office of Digital Opportunity Center, Ministry of Education• 2007- CEO of the ADOC 2.0 project office• 2007-present Consultant, “Honduras @PRENDE Project”, International Cooperation and Develop ment Fund (TAIWANICDF)• 2007-present Cooperated Principal Investigator, Bureau of Health Promotion, Vision Care Project, Department of Health R.O.C• 2007-present Principal Investigator, Bridging Women’s Digital Divide, Council for Economic Planning and Development• 2008-present Principal Investigator, Bridging Digital Divide Program of EeePC, ASUS• 2008-present Consultant, Taiwan Research Institute• 2009-present Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tamkang University• 2009-present Convener of Industry-Academia Cooperation Section, Taiwan Association for Educational Communications and Technology
  • 62. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Ying-Chih SHIH Executive Secretary Oraganization of Urban Re-s TaiwanExecutive Secretary, the Organization of Urban Re-s (OURs), Taiwan. Since 2009~Education Background : Landscape of Architecture, Fu Jen University, BachelorCommunity and social movement execute experience:- Public Green Land Movement, 2009~- Community planner project at Taipei county,2009-2010- Documentary_ A Lyu in Wan Hua 2008 The History that Written in Liou Gong River 2010
  • 63. BiographyDelegate Nguyen Thi Thu HA DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER KOTO Company Ltd Vietnam Nguyen Thi Thu Ha (Thu Ha) is Deputy General Manager of KOTO Hanoi. Prior joining KOTO in early 2011,she had 15 years of experience in working for KPMG, one of the largest accounting firm in the work. Thu Hawas Director in charge for many audit engagements for commercial companies and donor funded projects.Her clients included large foreign invested companies in Vietnam, multinational and bilateral donors, inter-national foundations and NGOs. Thu Ha also involed in many advisory engagements to provide services onpre-grant assessment, system assessment and capacity building for potential grantees in Vietnam and otherSoutheast Asia countries. From 2009 to 2010, Thu Ha represented KPMG to provide support for the Centerfor Social Innovatives Promotion (CSIP), a Vietnamese NGO that is trying to connect all social enterprises inVietnam and promote social enterpreunership in Vietnam. Thu Ha is a member of Association of CharteredCertified Accountant (ACCA - UK) and member of the Vietnamese Association of Certified Public Auditor(VACPA).As a Deputy General Manager of KOTO Hanoi, Thu Ha is assisting KOTO’s CEO to run the KOTO CompanyLimited and KOTOTraining Centre in Hanoi.This is social enterprise that provides vocational training to street and disadvantaged youth in Vietnam.KOTO was established in 1999 and it has provided vocational training, English skill and life skill training tomore than 300 kids, currently 200 kids are attending KOTO Training Program in two KOTO Training Centres inHanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
  • 64. Website & Social media BiographyDelegate Sun PARK Organizational Development Advisor REACH VietnamMs. Sun Park is the organizational development and strategic advisor for REACH working directly with theExecutive Director to implement REACH’s strategic objectives. She is a VSO (Volunteer Services Overseas)volunteer from the United States and is supporting REACH during her year’s leave from her work at Accentureas a consultant. She has also worked with other NGOs such as Opportunity International, a leader in micro-finance and Powered By Action, a new development organization working to mobilize a global network com-mitted to transforming communities in need.
  • 65. BiographyDelegate Pham Thi Thanh TAM Executive Director REACH Vietnam Ms.Tam is the Executive Director of REACH and has been with REACH since its beginning in 2004, when itwas still managed as a project under Plan International. She first started out as the Sales and Marketing facili-tator with Batch 1 and then moved into the Business to Youth role and then project manager before becomingREACH Director. Within a few years her commitment and dedication to the program led her to lead the entireprogram as the Executive Director when it transitioned from a project to a local NGO, now called REACH.Through her years with REACH, Tam has seen both the students and the organization grow into things thatshe is immensely proud of.
  • 66. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer ChengCheng LOO Corporate Affairs Manager Intel Malaysia Malaysia Cheng Cheng Loo is the Corporate Affairs Manager for Intel in Malaysia. In this role since 2008, she is responsi-ble for Intel’s education, community relations, local communications and government affairs in Malaysia.Previously, Cheng Cheng was managing Intel’s Education initiative in Asia. She was responsible for overseeingthe development and management of Intel’s education programs across Australia, China, India, Indonesia, SouthKorea, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Cheng Cheng joined Intel in 1990 and has held a variety of positions in product planning and marketing priorto her role with Intel Education in 1997. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science andMathematics.
  • 67. BiographyOrganizer CY YEUNG Director of Corporate Social Responsibility Intel China China CY is responsible for leading Intel’s CSR strategy and implementation in China. CY joined Intel Asia Pacificin 1988 as its first new college graduate and has extensive experience in business, marketing, technologydevelopment, and general management. As an intra-preneur, he has a track record launching strategic initia-tives to support a vibrant ICT and social ecosystem. CY works extensively with ICT industry, non-profit sector,government and academia and is a strong advocate on cross-sector collaboration to catalyze systemic andtransformative solutions to the prevailing social and environment challenges. CY holds a degree in Electri-cal & Electronic Engineering and a Master degree in Business Administration (MBA) from University of HongKong.
  • 68. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Russell CAMPBELL Corporate Affairs Marketing Manager Intel Asia Pacific USA Russ is responsible for driving the marketing and communication strategies for Intel corporate social respon-sibility programs including formal and non?formal education, environment, and community engagement. Russheld a variety of other marketing and technical roles in his 15 years at Intel. In his most recent roles, he wasthe Performance Messaging Manager for business and consumer products, and previously, he was executiveevent producer for Intel’s CEO and executive level staff. Russ relocated to Asia in March, 2010 and he bringsa passion for creativity and effective storytelling. You can follow Russ on twitter @russinthailand
  • 69. BiographyOrganizer Nana Kim Consultant to Intel Manpower Korea KoreaNana Kim has worked with Intel Korea CSR Team for about 1 year on Alliance program including Intel ISEFprogram. Before joining this team, Nana worked at marketing agency for about 10 years.
  • 70. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Sonia SHRIVASTAVA CSR Head Intel India India Sonia Shrivastava heads CSR for South Asia at Intel. She has an Honours in Systems Management and anMBA in International Business along with formal training in CSR from the World Bank Institute.Over a career spanning a decade and a half, Sonia has had a unique and rich cross sectoral as well as entre-preneurial experience across both Indian and multinational companies as well as NGOs. Prior to joining Intel,she headed CSR at Moser Baer and ABB. She has also worked with Partners in Change, a pioneer NGO set up by Action Aid to promote the under-standing and practice of CSR in South Asia on a variety of cross sector projects and lead Indian delegationson CSR to Europe. She was also responsible for the formulation of the South Asian Forum for ResponsibleBusiness and has contributed to a book on Corporate Foundations in India. At Intel, Sonia is responsible forcrafting and driving Intel’s CSR strategy and programs across South Asia.
  • 71. BiographyOrganizer Jay LEE Korea Corporate Affairs Program Manager Intel Korea Korea Jay R. Lee is Corporate Affairs Program Manager in Korea for Intel Asia-Pacific, responsible fordriving Corporate Social Responsibility programs across Education, Environmental, Community and Policyagendas that effect positive changes around the world. Lee joined Intel Korea since 2001and launched Intel®Education Initiatives locally in 2002 in partnership with Ministry of Education, 16 regional educational officesand government educational agencies such as KERIS(Korea Education & Research Information Service) andKADO(Korea Agency for Digital Opportunities and Promotion, currently NIA: National Information Society). Under Lee’s leadership, Intel Korea signed five year MOU with Korea Minister of Education in September2005 aiming to jointly train all the teachers and principals through “Intel® Teach Program”, Intel’s globalteacher training program in the area of ICT (Information & Communication Technology) in Education. Lee alsoexpanded into environmental contributions by creating “Korea K-12 e-Green Initiative” with support from IntelFoundation; the threeyear initiative was signed between Korea Minister of Environment, President of IntelFoundation and President of Korea Environment Education Association in November 2008 with goals to ben-efit millions of students and parents with environmental awareness and leadership pipeline opportunities.Lee is also participating in the collaborative works among Korea Ministry of Education, Science and Technol-ogy (MEST), KERIS and World Bank regarding Capacity Building efforts for Global ICT in Education Policy-makers for developing countries. Lee studied and graduated from Korea University and Graduate School ofKorea University majoring in French, English and English Education.
  • 72. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Sylvia MOON Executive Secretary and Korea Community Relations Manager Intel Korea KoreaSylvia Moon has joined Corporate Affairs Group since April 2010 as the executive secretary to APAC regionaldirector, Anjan Ghosh and to lead Korea community programs. Prior to CAG, Sylvia was with Intel Sales and Marketing Group for 7 years where she has built strong relation-ship with Korea SMG employees. With her deep interest in the community field, she has been organizing andran various community programs with employees for several years
  • 73. BiographyOrganizer HS LEE Country Manager Intel Korea Korea Hee Sung (HS) Lee is Country Manager of Intel Korea Limited.Prior to taking the role of Country Manager, HS was in charge of Director of Communication Marketing &Sales of Intel Asia Pacific. In this capacity, he was responsible for sales and marketing of all communicationcomponents, standard building blocks for wireless client and infrastructure, and converged communicationbuilding blocks to Intel’s OEM and Distribution customers in Asia Pacific Region. HS Lee started his career at Intel Korea in 1991 as a senior networking engineer and was later promoted tothe position of a networking product specialist. He then held several manager positions in CommunicationSales Organization and Reseller Channel Organization in Korea. In the period of 1997 to 1999, HS was basedin Singapore as Product Marketing Manager, overseeing the region’s overall marketing of Intel’s desktop videoconferencing products, including the ProShare® technology family of video conferencing products. He wasalso the District Sales Manager of Intel’s Communication Industry Sales District in Korea.Prior to joining Intel, HS Lee worked as a product research and development engineer with LG Electric inKorea for three and a half years.HS Lee holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Sogang University andGlobal MBA from Yonsei University in Korea.
  • 74. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Sunkyung HAN Senior Researcher The Hope Institute Korea Sunkyung Han is a senior researcher at the social innovation center, Hope Institute. Currently she is coordi-nating the ANIS (Asia NGO Innovation Summit) and conducting the research on the social innovation in SouthKorea. She joined the Hope Institute in 2007 and since then she has been managing projects e.g. the WorldCity Library which is an online archive of the best practices and cases on the urban life, collected throughthe participation of the reporters from all over the world. After taking responsibility for the global network andcooperation ream, she conducted the research projects on the community regeneration by way of social in-clusion and social integration at the Roots centre. She enjoys meeting the people and planning and organizingthe platform like seminars and forums, where the people can share their thoughts and ideas. She wants to bea researcher who works closely in the field.
  • 75. BiographyOrganizer Soyeon YANG Researcher The Hope Institute KoreaSoyeon Yang joined The Hope Institute this spring as a researcher. Prior to the Hope Institute,She worked as a marketing planner and consultant at one of IT service providers in Korea.She majored Chinese literature at the university and had master degree in Sociology.
  • 76. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Mihye YOO Assistant Researcher The Hope Institute Korea Mihye Yoo is an assistant researcher of Social Innovation Center at The Hope Institute. Since joined as internlast year, she has grown up in many ways. Most of all, she can believe that there is hope in enthusiastic par-ticipation of citizens. She majored in Sociology in university but she enjoys sharing meaningful story about theliterature and art. There are diverse roles she plays but one thing she loves the most, is selecting background music and mak-ing people happy for the events.
  • 77. BiographyOrganizer Jungwon KIM Visiting Researcher The Hope Institute Korea Dr. Jungwon Kim is a visiting researcher of the Social Innovation Center at the Hope Institute, which is thethink-and-do pursuing citizen participation. For ANIS 2011, she has been conducting a study of social inno-vation cases in Korea by interviewing Korean social innovators and analyzing their projects. She has intro-duced several social innovation cases in UK to the Korean public through the Hope Institute Blog. She is alsocurrently operating online TV channel called something.tv, which introduces inspiring and innovative Englishspeaking videos with Korean subtitles. Prior to working with the Hope Institute, she worked as a principal consultant at Entrue Consulting, LG CNS,and carried out several projects on creating a business strategy for IT departments of bluechip companieslike LG Chemicals, LG Display, and Korean Pfizer etc. She was a research fellow at Department of ComputerScience, University College London and a research associate at Department of Computer Science, King’sCollege London. She earned a PhD degree in Computer Science from University College London, where shemet many inspiring scientists and experienced innovative social approaches.
  • 78. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer SiJoo YU Director The Hope Institute Korea SiJoo Yu has been involved in the democratic movement in 1980s and has many experiences in communityactivities such as the Cooperative Association over following ten years. She joined The Hope Institute as aresearcher and a supervisor for the project called “Finding hope for our generation” in 2006 and became thedirector of the institute since June, 2009. She has written “We want more democracy” and translated “Indiansin American History”
  • 79. BiographyOrganizer Changseog SONG Manager The Hope Institute KoreaChangseog Song went to the Graduate school of Hanyang University and obtained the Doctor’s degree inPolitical Science in 1993. He has been an adjunct professor at The Center for Continuing Education at Hanyang University, a Memberof Ombudsman of Korea, the head of Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission Department and the direc-tor at the Presidential Secretariat. He is currently the head of Education Center, The Hope Institute. He has written many books such as “Pro-cess of the Public Value”, “Necessary qualities to be a Public Leader”, “Education methods for Citizens inDemocracy ”, “New methods for Discussion”, etc.
  • 80. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Hyunji KWAK Team Leader The Hope Institute KoreaHyunji Kwak always asks us to go for a drink and she can’t even drink well.She repeatedly gets excited and frustrated all the time and when she gets annoyed,she asks us to go for a drink.Now, she thinks it’s pathetic and decides to quit drinking but nobody believes her.She is passionate about the existence in the space.Someday she hopes to live in the North Pole and drive a dog sled.She is an anarchist and an agnostic.She likes to call somebody, talk by herself and hang up.
  • 81. BiographyOrganizer Youngeun LEE Assistant Researcher The Hope Institute Korea Youngeun Lee is an Assistant researcher of Education Center, The Hope Institute. She is currently working ona project about a local community development. She majored in Journalism and Mass Communication fromKorea University and was mainly interested in Public Relations. She has been working for the Incheon regionalservice team at Korean Air in the last three years and specialized in Customer service and Airport operation.
  • 82. Website & Social media BiographyOrganizer Yukyung RHO Intern Researcher The Hope Institute Korea2008 Graduate in Architecture from Hongik University, Korea.2009.8 ~ 2011.8 Korea Overseas Volunteer in Bangladesh2011.9 ~ Intern Researcher at The Hope Institute, Korea.
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  • 84. OrganizerThe Hope Institute The Hope Institute is a non-governmental think tank founded in 2006,with citizen participation as its model, to seek out new hopes for theRepublic of Korea. Among the Hope Institute’s principal activities are:The “Social Innovation Center,” which gathers citizens’ ideas andhelps them make changes in everyday life and institutions; the “Centerfor Small Enterprise,” which incubates regional and small enterprisesthat promote social good, the “Roots Center,” which works with localresidents to place our society’s focus on the local regions through ef-forts aimed at self-governing and regional building; the “Senior SocialContribution Center,” which connects retirees with non-profit organi-zations in order to empower seniors in the society and improve theprofessional talents within non-profit organizations; and the “EducationCenter” a school for growing public leaders who will reclaim the futureof the local regions and who will lead in our times.http://eng.makehope.org/Intel Asia Intel is the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker, based onrevenue. We enable innovation across a spectrum of digital devic-es—handhelds, netbooks, laptops, desktop PCs, servers,consumerelectronics, and networking and communications products. We arecommitted to pushing the boundaries of technology to make the livesof people everywhere more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable. Inteloperates from many locations within the Asia Pacific region, includingAustralia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Phil-ippines, Singapore, Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.Key operations cover assembly and test, research and development,sales, marketing, and systems manufacturing. To view or download theIntel 2010 Corporate Responsibility Report, visit:http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/corporate-responsibility/corporate-responsibility-2010-report.html
  • 85. Partner Fair Trade Coffee, Beautiful Coffee Globally, people drink 25 billion cups of coffee per day. Based on the idea of Fair Trade, Beautiful Store directly purchases and sells its products grown by developing farmers to the consumer. Both farmer and consumer can enjoy the product at reasonable prices. By purchasing Beautiful Store’s products, farmers can become economicallyNTONE 1685U PANTONE 1685U PANTONE 1685U PANTONE 1685U independent and consumers can feel proud about their newly purchased Fair PANTONE 1685U Trade goods. Beautiful Coffee comes from 3 very different locations. “The Gift from Himalayas”, “The Gift from Andes”, and “The Gift from Kilimanjaro”. Beautiful Coffees’ is 100% Arabica coffee that is eco-friendly, organic, and grown at an altitude of 1,500-2,000 meters above sea level. We purchase the coffee beans in its raw state from Nepal, Peru, and Uganda. Then the beans are roasted right here in Korea every week. This ensures that the coffee beans are fresher and the flavors last longer. Jeju Olle Foundation As Korea’s most representative walking trail, the Jeju Olle is a beautiful trek- king course developed along the coast of Jeju Island. It is the No. 1 destina- tion of the Korean people. The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism and the Korea Tourism Organization awarded Jeju Olle as the ‘Star of Korean Tour Industry Events’ in 2010, recognizing it as Korea’s top tour brand. The Jeju Olle walking journey is also included in the seven events of the Visit Korea Years. Since the first course in September 2007, the Jeju Olle has developed 22 courses for a total of 347 kilometers as of the end of March 2011. The Jeju Olle Foundation continues exploring Jeju Island looking for beautiful paths and K80 trails for walkers. Jeju Olle Trail <타이틀에 사용하는경우> <본문폰트> Jeju Olle Trail is the way for walking travelers. This trail, that has been and is still being made in ‘Jeju Island,’ the most repre- 한글: 윤고딕 150 sentative vacation spot in Korea, leads our95%) into its spectacular scenery 영문:Myriad Pro-Semibold (장평 steps such as the sea, oreum(lateral volcano, a type of dormant volcano appeared as a small mountain or hill), stone walls piled up with black basalt, green fields in all seasons, wild flowers in full bloom on the roadside and tangerine fields loaded with orange-colored fruit. Jeju Olle Trail, the most beautiful and peaceful trail in the world, gives peace, happiness and healing to those walking this trail. Since its first opening in Sep- tember 2007, we have made 23 courses in 376Km of routes available to the Jeju Olle travelers. We are still searching for the most beautiful trail that people can walk and travel along the Jeju coast. “Olle [Ole] means a narrow pathway that is connected from the street to the house’s gate in Jeju dialect. Olle is Jeju dialect. It is same sound to ‘would you come?’ in Korean language so Jeju Olle sounds same as ‘Would you come to Jeju?’.
  • 86. PartnerDaum CommunicationsInternet company that brings joyful changes to the world Founded in 1995, Daum has dedicated its energies to bringing joyful changesto the world based on the principles of fun, imagination, challenge, advancedtechnology, and innovation. Having started out with Korea’s first and largestcommunication service, Hanmail, users can get together at our “café” com-munity service, gain access to all sorts of UCCs through the video platformTV Pot, access the online “map” service which is now indispensible to mobilephone users, or download My People, a powerful mobile messenger applica-tion that took the market by storm. The platform continues to evolve to thisday to fit the ever changing needs of our precious customers. Our subsidiariesDaum Service, Pix Korea, Daum Global Holdings, and Intomus work closelytogether to create a synergy effect.Jeju Alternative Institute Community Jeju Alternative Institute Community is proposing alternative policies andideas for social justice. It gathers local communities, academic figures andspecialists together to analyze the current issues, solve problems and correctthe imbalance in our society. It tries to break the inequality of knowledge andinformation in the society. It is working on improving the quality of life for JejuIsland people and on promoting better public service.Jeju Environmental movement organization Jeju Environmental movement organization is established to make a peacefulworld for every living existence in Jeju Island. It prevents destructive devel-opment and environmental pollution which threaten the lives of people anda nature in Jeju. It has an educational program for children and teenagers topromote the importance of environmental preservation and true value of natureat an early age. It received official commendation from the Ministry of Environ-ment and several other awards.Jeju Citizens’ Self-governing Association Jeju Citizens’ Self-governing Association is a non-profit organization estab-lished in Dec, 1999. It has been encouraged citizens to participate and be-come active members in their community. It is working on a local developmentand community service. It also provides an education program for citizens sothat they can be well-aware of what is going on their community and partici-pate in the process.
  • 87. Partner Jeju Environmental Solidarity Jeju Environmental Solidarity is originally from the organization which was established to object the special law on development of Jeju Island in 1991. It gathered many outstanding organizations in Jeju Island for this cause and became “Jeju Environmental Solidarity” later. Its main goals are “realization of self-governing”, “environmental conservation” and “improving quality of life for citizens”. It is also working on local development and fair practice of policy. It encourages participation of citizens and respects their opinion. Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA) ARENA is a regional network of concerned Asian scholars – academics, intellectuals, activists, researchers, writers, and artists – which aims to contribute to a process of awakening towards meaningful and people-oriented social change ARENA is a unique NGO because it has chosen to focus on the concerned Asian scholar as its immediate constituency, believing that this sector can play a vital role in the process of social transformation ARENA redefines concerned Asian scholar to refer to individuals capable of conceptualizing, theorizing, analyzing, interpreting and articulating issues and concerns as direct participants of or in support of struggles for social transfor- mation in the interests of disadvantaged peoples ARENA draws its members from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong sar , China, Australia and the us . ARENA advocates alternative paradigms and development strategies which: • Promote equity among social class, caste, ethnic groups and gender • Strengthen popular participation in public life as against authoritarian centralization • Prevent marginalization of communities in the face of incursions by modernizing influences • Improve the quality of life for Asia’s underprivileged • Nurture ecological consciousness • Draw upon aspects of indigenous knowledge systems which enhance social emancipation • Articulate new visions encompassing a holistic world view.
  • 88. PartnerUN Global Compact Network Korea It has already been 60 years since the establishment of the UN and even tilltoday, its purpose to strive for peace-keeping and world prosperity still remain.In the midst of our world developing as a global village in the progress of glo-balization, disputes, be them large or small, still exist; delay in global develop-ment, income disparity, infringement of human rights, political, economic andsocial issues especially the severity of climate change (even from an environ-mental slant) is provoking many problem areas. For this reason, there havebeen many efforts to counteract these issues; the UN now has to face thesechallenges as well. In the same vein, UNGC was established in 2000 with the concentrated ef-forts of the international community. Through the performance of business’CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), the international community is able topromote the challenge against many issues of globalization. The participat-ing businesses can liaise with society members and are leading in creating asustainable and all encompassing world economy. Already 3100 global businesses and 4200 members of the UN Networks areparticipating in with UNGC and have committed to keeping a watchful eye ontheir activities. Already 80 national networks have been organized. Establishedon 4th September 2007, the Korea Network is working with 114 participatingbusinesses who have gathered for the same purpose. On the 2nd July 2007,the Korea Network seeded the first Sponsors’ Meeting. On 17th September ofthe same year, the first Annual General Meeting took place. From this, variousactivities have been launched with the purpose of raising awareness.UNGC Korea Network anticipates a successful participation of Korean busi-nesses for this purpose
  • 89. Contact list
  • 90. Contact listNO. Country Name Profix Organization Position A. Speakers01 uk01 UK speaker Robin Murray Mr Young Foundation Fellow02 au04 Austrailia speaker Frank McGuire Mr Global Learning Village Member of Parliament03 au01 Austrailia speaker David Kelly Mr The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) Deputy CEO04 au02 Austrailia speaker Belinda Drew Ms Foresters Community Finance Limited CEO05 hk02 Hongkong speaker Ada Wong Ms Hongkong Institute of Contemporary Culture (HKICC) Founder & Hon Chief Executive06 in01 India speaker Solomon Prakash Mr Ashoka India Country Director07 in02 India speaker Vijay Pratap Singh Aditya Mr Ekgaon Technology CEO08 kr08 Korea speaker Seung Hyun Park Mr Seongnam Cultural Foundation General Manager09 kr15 Korea speaker Seokwon Yang Mr Co-up CEO10 kr16 Korea speaker Hyukjin Choi Mr Wonju Health and Social Care Cooperative Deputy Chairman11 tw02 Taiwan speaker Huang Jui-Mao Mr Oraganization of Urban Re-s Chairman12 us01 USA speaker Shaun Robinson Mr NetHope Creative Technologist B.Delegate13 au03 Austrailia delegate Christian Stenta Mr The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) Venture Support14 cn01 China delegate Yan Zhai Ms Beijing Huizeren Volunteering Development Center Board Chairman15 cn02 UK delegate Isabelle Pitt Ms Locality Coordinator of Global Network development16 cn03 China delegate Gu Yuan Mr Peter.F.Drucker Academy (Beijing) Certified Drucker Educator17 cn04 China delegate Ling Hui Ms China Social Entrepreneur Foundation Office Director of You Change University18 cn05 China delegate Zhenbing Xue Ms Recende Intel Consultant19 cn06 China delegate Lan Zheng Mr Shan Shui Conservation Center Operation Director20 cn07 China delegate Wen Cheng Mr World Heritage Insitute of Training and Research for the Asia and Pacific Region Consultant21 hk01 Hongkong delegate Howard Chan Mr Community Museum Project Member22 id01 Indonesia delegate Mahardhika Sadjad Ms British Council Indonesia Programme Officer23 id02 Indonesia delegate Laode Mangki Mr Network For forest of Southeast Sulawesi-Indonesia Deputy Director24 jp01 Japan delegate Tomohiko Okabe Mr KOTO lab,llc CEO25 jp02 Japan delegate Miki Yasui Ms Hosei University Associate professor26 jp03 Japan delegate Hitoshi Kinoshita Mr Area Innovation Alliance(AIA) CEO27 kr01 Korea delegate Jinhwan Kim Ms Beautiful Store Producer Partnership Manager, International Relations Team Leader28 kr01-1Korea delegate Soonyoung Chung Ms Beautiful Store Trade Division/ Director29 kr02 Korea delegate Hyemin Kim Ms Beautiful Foundation Program officer30 kr03 Korea delegate Miyoung Lee Ms Beautiful Foundation Program officer31 kr04 Korea delegate Hyunkyung Jun Ms Beautiful Foundation Manager33 kr06 Korea delegate Jung Ok LEE Ms Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA) Co-chair34 kr07 Korea delegate Hyesun Nam Ms Haja Center Manager, International Liaison & Strategic Partnership37 kr11 Korea delegate Hyunksook Lee Ms Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute (HERI) Research Fellow38 kr12 Korea delegate MyeongHee Lee Ms Working Together Foundation  Head of International Affairs39 kr13 Korea delegate Gyeongah Jang Ms Working Together Foundation  Manager, International Affairs Team40 kr14 Korea delegate Changju Kim Mr Working Together Foundation  Head, Youth People Initiative Support Team41 kr17 Korea delegate Hyunjin Park Mr Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU) Publication & Information Team42 kr18 Korea delegate Joohyun Kang Ms Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum (GCEF) Executive President44 kr20 Korea delegate Eunmi Lim Ms SK Happiness Foundation Junior Manager45 kr21 Korea delegate Dohyung Yoo Mr SK Happiness Foundation Department Manager46 my01 Malaysia delegate Steven Sim Mr Penang Institute Senior Executive Officer47 ph01 Philiphine delegate Mercedes M. Barcelon Ms Ayala Foundation Lead, Ayala TBI Network48 ph02 Philiphine delegate Vida Zorah S. Gabe Ms Telecentre.org Foundation Community Learning and Communications Manager49 th01 Thailand delegate Chitpong Kittinaradorn Mr ChangeFusion Institute Consultant50 th02 Thailand delegate Ponggrapee Buranasompob Mr Office of The Ombusman of Thailand Secretary51 th03 Thailand delegate Kamoltham Wasboonma Mr Office of The Ombusman of Thailand Director52 tw01 Taiwan delegate Shi-Min Lee Mr Tamkang University Associate Professor and Chairman53 tw03 Taiwan delegate Ying-Chih Shih Ms Oraganization of Urban Re-s Executive Secretary54 vn01 Vietnam delegate Nguyen Thi Thu Ha Mr KOTO Company Limited Deputy General Manager5 vn02 Vietnam delegate Sun Park Mr REACH Organizational Development & Strategic Advisor56 vn03 Vietnam delegate Pham Thi Thanh Tam Ms REACH Executive Director
  • 91. Contact listNO. Country Name Profix Organization Position C. Organizer57 org01 Malaysia organizer ChengCheng Loo Ms Intel Malaysia Corporate Affairs Manager58 org02 HK/China organizer CY Yeung Mr Intel China Director of Corporate Social Responsibility59 org03 USA organizer Russell Campbell Mr Intel Asia Pacific Corporate Affairs Marketing Manager60 org04 Korea organizer Nana Kim Ms Manpower Korea Consultant to Intel61 org05 India organizer Sonia Shrivastava Ms Intel India CSR Head63 org07 Korea organizer Jay Lee Ms Intel Korea Korea Corporate Affairs Program Manager64 org08 Korea organizer Sylvia Moon Ms Intel Korea Executive Secretary and Korea Community Relations Manager65 org09 Korea organizer HS Lee Mr Intel Korea Country Manager66 org10 Korea organizer Sunkyung Han Ms The Hope Institute Senior Researcher67 org11 Korea organizer Soyeon Yang Ms The Hope Institute Researcher68 org12 Korea organizer Mihye Yoo Ms The Hope Institute Researcher69 org13 Korea organizer Jungwon Kim Ms The Hope Institute Visiting Researcher70 org14 Korea organizer Sijoo Yu Ms The Hope Institute Director72 org16 Korea organizer Changseog Song Mr The Hope Institute Manager73 org17 Korea organizer hyunji Kwak Ms The Hope Institute Team Leader74 org18 Korea organizer Youngeun Lee Ms The Hope Institute Assistant Researcher75 org19 Korea organizer Yukyung Rho Ms The Hope Institute Intern Researcher
  • 92. Venue & Hotel info
  • 93. Venue & Hotel info ANIS 2011 will be held in Seogwipo KAL Hotel.Seogwipo KAL Hotel, where the exotic surroundings are magically harmonized with cozy rooms, whichboasts it 9-story building which includes the sea-side rooms with beautiful ocean view, mountain-siderooms with spectacular mountain view, traditional on-dol rooms as well as suites for business travelers. Address 486-3 Topyeong-dong, Seogwipo-city, Jeju-do (KOREA) Contact Tel : 82-64-733-2001, Toll Free : (080)201-2001 Reservations : 82-2-310-6677, Fax : 82-64-733-9377 E-Mail Address : kalhotel@airtotalsvc.comHow to get to Seogwipo KAL Hotel To get to Seogwipo KAL Hotel, you can take an airport limousine bus, taxi, or drive a car. It is about 45kmaway from Jeju Airport. If you take taxi, it would cost about 40,000 won. We strongly recommend taking theairport limousine bus because you can easily arrive the Hotel at the last stop of the bus.Air port Limousine bus information : Limousine bus No. 600 runs every 15 minutes between theairport and the hotel from 6:20 a.m. to 9:50 p.m. The limousine bus stop is near Gate 5. The bus fare isKRW5,000(US$5.00). It takes 80 minutes to the Venue.
  • 94. General Informationbiography
  • 95. General InformationLocal Information : Jeju Island This year, ANIS will be held in a beautiful Jeju Island in South Korea. It was chosen for specific reasons:meaning it has on history of Korea’s civil movement and recent activities related to social enterprise(jeju Olle) and IT (Daum). Jeju Olle has promoted slow-life community business and is already popularin Korea. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jeju has great scenic view and pristine environment.It is a popular vacation spot and also one of the top honeymoon destinations for Korean newlyweds.The island offers visitors a wide range of activities: hiking on Halla-san (South Korea’s highest peak),catching sunrises and sunsets over the ocean, viewing majestic waterfalls, riding horses, or just lyingaround on the sandy beaches. Jeju can appear an only luxurious site but it has a sad history on the process of democratization.April 3, in 1948, the government decided to attack the island of Jeju to get rid of some left wing people.It is estimated that 30,000 people were massacred including many women and children.This was one tenth of the islands population. After around 70 years from the tragedy, now Jeju island is suffering from political issue again.Residents on Gangjeong Village, which located in just west coast, have protested against theconstruction of US naval base which will destroy their community and ecosystem.
  • 96. Website & Social media General InformationLocation Jeju Special Self-Governing Province is an isolated island south-east of the mainland of South Korea.It is located 154km from Mokpo, 304km from Busan, and 255.1km from Tsushima of Japan. To the eastit is facing Tsushima and Janggi prefecture of Japan with the south sea and East China Sea in between.To the west, Jeju faces Shanghai, China with the East China Sea in between. To the south with the SouthChina sea and to the north is the mainland of South Korea with the South Sea in between. Jeju Special Self-Governing Province’s location is southeast of South Korea. Being placed in the centerof Northeast Asia has given it a very important geopolitical location in the past. In 1275 (Empire ofGoryeo), the Tamna general headquarters of Won was established here. For more than one century it wasthe headquarters of the conquering Japanese. In the last Pacific war, many military facilities were estab-lished here. During the Korean War, the first army training camp was set up here. This is the historicalevidence of Jeju Special Self-Governing Province’s importance in location.Area Jeju Special Self-Governing Province’s total area is 1,848㎢ It is the smallest province of Korea.1/10 of Gyeongsangbuk-do (the largest province of Korea) and 1/4 of Chungcheongbuk-do (the secondsmallest province of Korea). The land is generally flat and oval-shaped. Mt. Halla, in the center of theisland, provides contour lines which form concentric circles, letting the cultivated lands spread on thesea coast. Hilly areas of 200-300m above sea level are gently sloped but most of them are idle land ormeadows. The sea coast area (less than 200m above sea level) is 1,013.5㎢ It occupies 54.9% of the whole areaand is mainly used for farm land or residential areas. The mid mountainous area (200-500m above sealevel) is 496.98㎢ It occupies 26.9% of the whole area and is mainly meadow or idle land. The low moun-tainous area of 500-1000m above sea level is 253.34㎢ It occupies 13.7% of the whole area and is mainlywoods, mushroom-raising land and tourist sites. An alpine region of 1000m above sea level is 81.77㎢ Itoccupies 4.5% of the whole Island area which is being protected by the designation as a national park. The area of Jeju-si is 977.9㎢, Seogwipo-si is 870.4㎢ the areas of Jeju-si and Seogwipo-si are high inrelation to their populations. This is because each city includes farmland, meadow, idle land and even thetop of the mountain.
  • 97. General InformationTipsLocal Standards- Time : Standard Time is nine hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+9). Korea does not use daylight savings time.- Electricity : The standard electricity supply is 220 volts AC/60 cycles. However, outlets for both 110 and 220 volts are available at the hotel.WeatherAverage high temperature : 22°C ~ 25°CAverage low temperature : 16°C ~ 21°CNeed an umbrella in case of unexpected weather condition in Jeju. 3 4 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Mostly Scattered Showers Partly Mostly Showers Sunny Showers Cloudy SunnyCurrency The unit of Korean currency is Korean Won (KRW). Coin denominations are 10Won, 50Won, 100Won, and 500Won.Bank notes are 1,000Won, 5,000Won, 10,000Won and 50,000Won. Foreign currency and Traveler’s checks can beexchanged into Korean Won at most banks in Korea including at the airport. The exchange rate is subject to marketfluctuation.Major credit cards, including VISA, American Express, Diners Club and MasterCard are accepted at most hotels,department stores, and restaurants.1 USD 1,187.40 KRW 1 EUR 1,592.90 KRW1 JYP 15.55 KRW 1 CNY 185.88 KRWEmergency Telephone NumberAmbulance 119 Police 112 Fire 119Tipping & TaxesNo tipping is required at major tourist spots. Value Added Tax (VAT) is levied on most goods at a standard rate of 10%.In major tourist hotels, a 10% VAT plus a 10% service charge is added to the bills for rooms, meals, and other services.
  • 98. Website & Social media General InformationBusiness Hours Saturdays / Sundays Business Weekdays and National Holidays Banks 9 am - 4 pm Closed Government Offices and Organizations 9 am - 6 pm Closed Post Offices 9 am - 6 pm Closed hours vary, please see the following link for more Foreign Diplomatic information: http://www.mofat.go.kr/english/ Closed Missions main/index.jsp 10:30 am - 8 pm Department Stores * Typically one day a month (usually a Monday) department stores are closed to the public. However, closings will vary according to each store.Greeting in Korea- Hello? - How much is this?: Annyoung hasimnica? (안녕하십니까?) : Eulma imnica? (얼마입니까?)- Good Bye - Excuse me.: Annyounghee gasipsiyo. (안녕히 가십시오.) : Sil-rye hamnida. (실례합니다.)- Thank you - I am sorry.: Gamsa hamnida. (감사합니다.) : Mian Hamnida. (미안합니다.)- Let’s go to (Seogwipo KAL Hotel).: (Seogwipo KAL Hotel) ro gajuseyo. (서귀포칼 호텔)로 가 주세요)International & Domestic Call.Cell Phone and Public Phone• 001 + Country Code + Area Code + Phone Number• Pre-paid cards are available at the front desk and convenience stores. Pre-paid card are available at the front desk and convenience stores. (5,000 won, 10,000 won)• Incoming calls are free for cell phone.Korea tourist call center• Call number 1330• Call center is open 24 hours/7 days• When you are in Jeju Island, just press 1300. If you are in main land Korea, press local phone code (064) and 1330.• Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese translation services are provided.
  • 99. General InformationContact InformationCountry Support Local Phone Number Country Intel Manager Phone Number Malaysia ChengCheng Loo 010-8659-5423 HK/China CY Yeung 010-8659-1321 Thailand Russell Campbell 010-8659-8576 China Henry Gui 010-8659-5211 India Sonia Shrivastava 010-8659-4246Organizer Organizer Phone Number Sunkyung HAN The Hope Institute 010-3542-3261 Soyeon YANG The Hope Institute 010-8704-0842 Mihye Yoo The Hope Institute 010-4584-0635 Jay LEE Intel Korea Ltd. 010-8953-2575 Sylvia Moon Intel Korea Ltd. 010-5174-5876Event Staff Event Staff Phone Number Yonghee KIM 010-4910-8276 Eunhae Lee 010-8921-7241HotelSeogwipo KAL Hotel : 486-3 Topyeong-dong, Seogwipo-city, Jeju-do, KOREAContact : Tel : 82-64-733-2001, Toll Free : (080)201-2001
  • 100. Website & Social media General InformationDiplomatic Missions in Korea No. Name E-mail adress Phone Number / FAX Number 1 Australia seoul_inform@dfat.gov.au (02)2003-0100 (02)722-9264 2 China - (02)738-1038~40 (02)738-1077 3 India eoiseoul@shinbiro.com (02)798-4257 (02)796-9534 4 Indonesia - (02)783-5675/7 (02)780-4280 5 Japan - (02)2170-5200 (02)734-4528 6 Malaysia malseoul@kln.gov.my (02)795-9203 (02)794-5488 7 Pakistan consular@pkembassy.or.kr (02)796-8252/3 (02)796-0313 8 Philippines seoulpe@philembassy-seoul.com (02)796-7387/8 (02)796-0827 9 Singapore Singemb_seo@sgmfa.gov.sg (02)774-2464 (02)773-2465 10 Sri Lanka lankaemb@kornet.net (02)735-2967 (02)737-9577 11 Thailand rteseoul@kornet.net (02)795-3098 (02)798-3448 12 U.S.A. - (02)397-4114 (02)738-8845 13 Vietnam vndsq@yahoo.com (02)739-2065 (02)739-2064
  • 101. Website & Social Media
  • 102. Website & Social media Website&social media• ANIS Website www.anis.asia / http://www.intel.com/apac/anis2011 ANIS opened the official webpage. You will find general information on ANIS 2011: overview, agenda & program, speaker profile, participant profile, field visit info, and other relevant information. You will be able to download all the presentation materials & poster session files. After the Summit, ANIS staff will upload the photos taken during the Summit, so that you will be able to check your photos.• Facebook http://www.facebook.com/NGOInnovation ANIS will use Facebook page as a platform for online community. If you have a Facebook account, please follow us and make postings about your organization. We would like to share your ideas and experiences through this Facebook page! All the photo, video and documents throughout the summit will be uploaded A.S.A.P! After the summit, you can also communicate with other participants, NGO leaders & social innovators and citizens who are interested in NGO and Social innovation. Feel free to recommend our Facebook page to your friends and supporters!• Twitter http://www.twitter.com/NGOInnovation ANIS will use Twitter as a real time messenger. You can use hashtag #asia_ngo, #ngo_innovation to communicate with other participants and people around the world who are interested in the civic sector and social innovation. Follow us and get connected! You can also introduce Our Twitter account and ReTweet Our tweets during this summit and after the summit!
  • 103. It is printed on eco-friendly paper using soya ink, in consideration of future generations.