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    • September 2~4 | Seoul, KOREAHandbookfor ANIS Delegates & Speakers ANIS2010
    • Table of Contents 1. Welcome Note………………………………………… 02 2. Program … …………………………………………… 04 3. ANIS Activities ………………………………………… 16 - Breakout Group Discussion - Ideas for Action - Discussion on Collective Action - Poster Session - Hope Institute Tour - Field Visit 5. Special Event … ……………………………………… 24 - Performances - Portrait Photography - Best Friend Project 6. Venue & Hotel Information … …………………… 31 7. Biography … …………………………………………… 34 8. Organizer & Partner … …………………………… 88 9. Contact List ……………………………………………… 93 10. General Information… ……………………………… 96 - Local Information - Tips - Seoul & City Tour Information - Emergency Contact List 12. Website & Social Media… ………………………… 103
    • Welcome NoteTo the ANIS 2010 distinguished speakers and participants,It is with honor and deep appreciation that we welcome all of the participants and supporters tothe Asia NGO Innovation Summit 2010. This is an inaugural event which is co-hosted by the HopeInstitute and Intel Asia.NGOs have played a significant role in providing a space to solve big challenges of our timesand to find alternative ways of moving forward together. However, NGOs are also faced withinternal challenges that may be an obstacle to achieving the social goals that they set out toaccomplish. NGOs are struggling with financial difficulties, shortage of human resources, and theyare constantly striving to play a catalyst role to build healthy governance and partnership amongdiverse stakeholders within the society. It is in this regard that we strongly recognize the need forNGOs in Asia to learn and share ideas on how to build their capacity and constantly transformourselves in an innovative way.The Asia NGO Innovation Summit is an important opportunity to share the experiences, ideasand effective answers that the NGOs in Asia have come up with in addressing the unmet socialneeds in their countries. The key output of this conference is to bring out and make availableyour innovative ideas that help NGO’s build their capacity towards social innovation. Through itscapacity building focus, the Summit seeks to strengthen the organizational dimensions of NGOsand make more effective and sustainable the work carried out by many voluntary groups andNGOs in Asia, while promoting cross-fertilization of knowledge, experiences, and perspectivesbetween different NGOs and actors.Coming from different parts of Asia and many different fields and contexts, you represent anenormous reservoir of knowledge and experience. In meeting and sharing ideas with each otheryou have the unique opportunity to think and act big together. We wish you all the necessarycourage and vision to do so and look forward to seeing various seeds of social innovation duringthe Summit. Lastly, we extend our sincere gratitude to our partners, Asian Regional Exchangefor New Alternatives (ARENA), The Beautiful Foundation, The Beautiful Store, Civil SocietyOrganizations Network in Korea, Haja Center, and The UN Global Compact Korea Network.Thank you. Won Soon Park Anjan Ghosh Executive Director Regional Director The Hope Institute Corporate Affairs Group, Intel Asia-Pacific02
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    • Concept Note Introduction The HOPE Institute and Intel Asia will jointly host the 1st Asia NGO Innovation Summit. This conference brings together Non-government Organization (NGO) leaders who work towards strengthening the impact of the NGO community in Asia. This year’s slogan: INNOVATE, CONNECT, BUILD ASIA aims to promote action to the theme: Building Capacity for Changing Asia. NGOs in Asia are currently faced with significant challenges. Since 20th century, Asian NGOs have searched for various models of solidarity and cooperation within the region in order to address diverse problems, from human rights, democracy, poverty, conflict situations, to migration and environment. However, in the 21st century, there are complex and intensified problems, such as climate change and global financial crisis. The role of Asia, which has plenty of potential, has increased in this context and NGOs and the civil society have become one of the major players to improve societies’ capacities to solve problems and to offer innovative alternatives for a better future. In spite of the progress of civil society in Asia, NGOs face significant organizational challenges regardless of their field of operation and core values for creating a better society. NGOs are still struggling with financial difficulties, lack of human resources, and lack of practical knowledge and experience to build healthy governance and partnership among diverse stakeholders within the society. They are burdened to adapt to the internal cultural change of civic society as well as the unstable political and social situation. To solve those common challenges and to find alternative ways of moving forward together, NGOs in Asia need to learn and share ideas on how to build their capacity and constantly transform themselves in an innovative way. 05
    • Long-term ObjectivesThe HOPE Institute and Intel Asia envision that the Summit is a start that can be a key initiativeleading to the following:1. Strengthen the capacity of NGOs in Asia (Capacity Building) The capacity building programs are important for NGOs in order to bring about effective implementation of their goals and to provide a foundation towards social innovation. The Summit will provide a unique space in which NGO leaders of Asia can discuss major organizational challenges (from financial sustainability issues, governance and partnership issues to internal management issues) faced by Asian NGOs and find alternative approaches to support the development of NGOs in Asia.2. Enhance the role of NGOs in positive social change and innovation in Asia (Social Innovation) Innovation has been discussed traditionally in the field of business and science; however, innovative ideas and approaches can be extended to the public and social arena, NGOs’ main area of activities. Recently, new models and approaches are emerging in Asia such as micro-financing, usage of social media and technology for social change, alternative education models and methods of participation. Recognizing the importance of this trend, there is a need for exchanging innovative ideas and best practice cases among NGOs in order to build capacity towards social innovation.3. Encourage the role of ICT in NGO capacity building to achieve social goals (ICT) Information and communication technology (ICT) can play an important role in enabling NGOs to achieve their social mission, exchange information on best practices, carry out successful fundraising activities and share educational material. Therefore, it is crucial to develop NGOs’ technology capacities to foster social innovations and entrepreneurship.4. Strengthen the cooperative regional partnership across different sectors of private  sector, third sector and the public sector (Partnership) The Hope Institute and Intel Asia have come together to form a successful private sector- third sector partnership model within Asia, which has also extended to include public sector. The partnership between different sectors is crucial in the complicated myriad of social issues concerning various stakeholders. Furthermore, there are crosscutting innovative ideas that can be applied beyond the boundaries of each sector.06
    • Focus Areas 1. Citizen/Community Participation 2. Financial Sustainability 3. Governance & Partnership 4. Networking & Information Exchange * ICT: as overarching medium enabling success of above 4 focus areas.Summit Overview A. Host: The Hope Institute and Intel Asia B.  artner: ARENA (Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives), The Beautiful Foundation, P The Beautiful Store, Haja Center, The UN Global Compact Korea, The Civil Society Organizations Network C. Date: September 2-4, 2010 D. Venues & Hotel Main Conference Venue Literature House 2-20, Yejang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-250, South Korea, Tel: (82-2) 778 1026 Hotel Millennium Seoul Hilton 395, 5ga Namdaemun-ro, Chung-gu, Seoul, Korea Tel: (82 2) 753 7788 E. Contact Info Email: summit@makehope.org, So Jung Rim +82 10 9966 7354 Ah Young Park +82 10 4523 9746 07
    • ProgramProgram OutlineEach session (for each capacity building agenda) is comprised of a main agenda setting speech,case study presentations and breakout group discussion. Each session lasts approximately 2 hours.There will be field visits to different organizations in Seoul.Program Summary Pre (Sep1, Wed) Day 1(Sep2, Thurs) Day 2 (Sep3, Fri) Day 3 (Sep4, Sat) Day Opening: Day Opening: Registration Announcement Announcement Session 4: Day Opening: Networking & Information Session 2: Announcement Exchange Partnership & - Breakout Group Discussion Governance Welcome Remarks - Breakout Group Sharing of Ideas for Action Discussion Discussion on Collective Summit Overview Action Keynote Address/ Discussion Closing Ceremony: Poster Session 2 Declaration, Appreciation of Breakout Group Participation & Group Photo Discussion Lunch Lunch Evaluation & Reflection Session 1: Session 3: Farewell Lunch Citizen/Community Financial Sustainability Participation - Breakout Group - Breakout Group Discussion Discussion Poster Session Day Closing: Ideas for 1 Action, Evaluation and Portrait Announcement Day Closing: Photo Arrival of Participants Ideas for Action Event Registration & Evaluation Field Visit Hope Institute Tour Welcome Dinner, Informal Reception sponsored by Dinner Dinner Partner(UNGC Korea) * Every morning, 2 buses will depart for Literature House at 8:10a.m. from Hotel. Participants gather at the lobby in front of the bell desk at 8:00 a.m. and move together.08
    • Day-to-Day Program Pre: September 1st, Wednesday (Pre-Summit: Optional) Time Program Venue The Millennium – Arrival of participants Hilton Hotel, Seoul Meet-up Participants gather at the lobby in front of bell desk at Bell Desk,15:20–15:30 15:20 and move to the bus together. 1 Bus will depart at Main Lobby(1F) 15:30.15:30–16:00 Transit to The Hope Institute 1 Bus Registration Hopemoul(4F),16:00–16:20 Please find Ahyoung Park at the registration desk for The Hope Institute airfare reimbursement. The Hope Institute Tour with Community Drum Hopemoul(4F),16:20–18:00 Workshop The Hope Institute18:00–19:00 Transit back to the Millennium Seoul Hilton Hotel 1 Bus19:00–21:00 Informal Reception Dinner Kukhwa-Room(B1) Day 1: September 2nd, Thursday Time Program Session Lead Venue7:00 – 8:00 Breakfast at Hotel All Cilantro , Main Lobby(1F)8:00 Meet-up All Bell Desk, Participants gather at the lobby in front of Main bell desk at 8:00a.m. and move to the bus Lobby(1F) together. 2 Buses will depart at 8:10a.m.8:10 – 8:30 Transit to the Literature House All 2 Buses8:30 – 8:45 Registration Lobby, Main Participants will receive an ANIS Welcome Hall(1F) Package at the lobby desk. 09
    • 8:45 – 9:00 Announcement & Ice-breaking MC : Main Hall(1F) Yvonne Flores (Consultant to Intel), So Jung Rim (The Hope Institute)9:00 – 9:30 Welcome Remarks MC Main Hall(1F) --  on Soon Park (Executive Director, the W Hope Institute) --  njan Ghosh (Regional Director, Corporate A Affairs Group, Intel Asia-Pacific) Congratulatory Message --  i-Moon Bahn (Secretary General, the K United Nations)9:30 – 9:50 Summit Overview MC Main Hall(1F) --  xpectations for summit and working group E announcement Keynote Address Recent social challenges in Asia & search for alternatives: What are some challenges faced by NGOs? How can NGOs move towards social innovation? How do you build capacity for NGOs towards social innovation?9:50 – 10:40 Demystifying Professionalism; Barefoot MC Main Hall(1F) Approach (25min each) --  anjit Bunker Roy (Founder & Director, the S Barefoot College) Social Innovation in a Networked Society --  Brenton Caffin (Chief Executive Officer, TACSI)10:40 – 11:00 Q&A and Discussion Chair Wonsoon Main Hall(1F) --  haired by Wonsoon Park (Executive C Park Director, the Hope Institute)11:00 – 11:20 Coffee Break All Main Hall(1F)11:20 – 12:20 Breakout Group Discussion Moderator Main Hall(1F) -- Led by group facilitators Sunkyung Han12:20 – 13:20 Lunch All Cafeteria (2F) Session 1: Citizen/Community Participation How can NGOs involve community/citizen participation in social change? What are innovative ideas in response to challenges of participation?10
    • 13:20 – 13:40 Agenda Setting Speech: MC Main Hall (1F) Unleashing Citizen Participation (20min) --  onsoon Park (Executive Director, The W Hope Institute)13:40 – 14:20 Case Presentations: Moderator Main Hall (1F) Upcycling Design as a System of Social Wonsoon Park Curating (20min each) --  oward Chan (Member, Community Museum H Project) Earthday Money --  hingo Hattori (Secretariat, Earth Day S Money Association)14:20 – 14:30 Q&A Moderator Wonsoon Park14:30 – 15:10 Breakout Group Discussion Moderator Main Hall(1F) -- Led by group facilitators Wonsoon Park15:10 – 15:20 Group Photo Time All Main Hall(1F)15:40 – 16:10 Coffee Break All Cafeteria(2F)16:10 – Poster Session 1 Moderator: Cafeteria(2F)17:10 Portrait Photo Sonia Event Shrivastava, *SeungHyun Sohn, (Intel India) Photographer17:10 – 17:40 Ideas for Action Sunkyung Han, Cafeteria(2F) Uyen Ho (intel Lead : Seoungeun Vietnam) Lee and Hope17:40 – 18:10 Day 1 Closing volunteers Sunkyung Han, Cafeteria(2F) : Evaluation, Reflection Uyen Ho (intel and Announcement (Photo Studio, 2F) Vietnam)18:10 – 19:00 Free Time / All Cafeteria(2F) Working Group Meeting19:00 – 21:00 Welcome Dinner MC Main Hall(1F) Sponsored by Partner, UN Global Compact Korea Welcome Remarks -- Won Soon Park (The HOPE Institute) --  ee Sung Lee (Country Manager, Intel H Korea Ltd) Congratulatory Remark from Partner --  eung-Han Lee (President, UN Global S Compact Korea) 11
    • Day 2: September 3rd, Friday Time Program Session Lead Venue7:00 – 8:00 Breakfast at Hotel All Cilantro , Main Lobby(1F)8:00 Meet-up All Bell Desk, Main Participants gather at the lobby in front of Lobby(1F) bell desk at 8:00a.m. and move to the bus together. Bus will depart at 8:10a.m.8:10 – 8:30 Transit to the Literature House All 2 Buses8:30 – 8:40 Day Opening: Announcement MC Main Hall(1F) Session 2: Partnership & Governance What are innovative ways to build the collaborations of sectors and stakeholders? How can ICT be maximized to promote partnership between different sectors/stakeholders?8:40 – 9:00 Agenda Setting Speech: MC Main Hall(1F) Moving with the Times: Innovation (20min) in Sustainability : - Marianne Quebral (Executive Director, Venture for Fundraising)-9:00 – 9:40 Case Presentations: Moderator Main Hall(1F) The Beautiful Stores Learning Marianne -- yunyi Hwang (Project Manager, the H Quebral Beautiful Store) (20min each) Bina Swadaya Sustainability -- .E. Susapto (Coordinator of Empowerment D Civil Society, Bina Swadaya)9:40 – 9:50 Q& A Moderator Main Hall(1F) Marianne Quebral9:50 – 10:30 Breakout Group Discussion Moderator Main Hall(1F) Marianne Quebral10:30 – 11:30 Poster Session 2 & Coffee Break Moderator Cafeteria (2F) Cheng Cheng Loo (Intel Malaysia)11:30 – 12:30 Lunch All Cafeteria (2F) Participants volunteering to be part of the Working Group will have lunch together. Session 3: Financial Sustainability What are some innovative ways to tackle the financial issues faced by NGOs? How can NGOs deliver solutions with financial sustainability in mind?12
    • 12:30 – 12:50 Agenda Setting Speech: MC Main Hall(1F) Governance and Collaborative (20min) Engagement: Two Frameworks and Two Case Studies on the Philippine Mining Industry -- rof. Francisco L. Roman (Executive P Director, RVR Center for Corporate Social Responsibility)12:50 – 13:30 Case Presentations: Moderator Main Hall(1F) Intel® Learn Program Collaboration with Prof. Francisco Danawa: A Case on ICT for Development L. Roman Initiative (20min each) -- Cheng Cheng Loo (Corporate Affairs Manager, Intel Malaysia) From a Match Maker to a Change Builder, the Story of Caring Company Scheme -- hristine Fang (Chief Executive, the Hong C Kong Council of Social Service)13:30 – 13:40 Q&A Moderator Main Hall(1F) Prof. Francisco L. Roman13:40 – 14:20 Breakout Group Discussion Moderator Main Hall(1F) --Led by Group Facilitators Prof. Francisco L. Roman14:20 – 14:30 Coffee Break All Main Hall(1F)14:30 – 15:00 Day Closing : Ideas for Action, Evaluation, Sunkyung Han, Main Hall(1F) Reflection, and Announcement Uyen Ho(Intel Vietnam)15:00 – 19:00 Field Visit 2 Buses Field Visit Sites -- Haja Center -- Sungmisan Maul Guides -- The Beautiful Store Group A led by -- The Beautiful Foundation Ahyoung Park Participants are divided into 2 separate (The Hope groups. Each group will visit EITHER Institute), Sungmisan Group B led by Maul + The Beautiful Store/Foundation So Jung Rim (Group A) OR Haja Center + The (The Hope Beautiful Store/Foundation (Group B). Institute)19:00 – 21:00 Dinner MC Jahamun 13
    • Day 3: September 4th, Saturday Time Program Session Lead Venue7:00– 8:00 Breakfast & Hotel Check-out All Cilantro , Main Lobby(1F)8:00 Meet-up All Bell Desk, Participants gather at the lobby in front of bell Main desk at 8:00a.m. Lobby(1F) and move to the bus together. Bus will depart at 8:10a.m.8:10 –8:30 Transit to The Literature House All 2 Buses8:30 – 8:40 Day Opening & Announcement MC Main Hall(1F) Session 4: Networking and Information Exchange Why do Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Social Media Matter for NGOs? What kind of challenges and opportunities do they provide for the NGO sector?8:40 – 9:00 Agenda Setting Speech: MC Main Hall(1F) Why Do ICT and Social Media Matter for (20min) NGOs? -- teve Lawrence(Chief Executive, Australian S Social Innovation Exchange)9:00 – 9:40 Case Presentations: Moderator Main Hall(1F) Some Ideas & Works behind Mekong ICT Steve Camp Lawrence -- uangchomphu Rammuang (Resource P (20min each) Mobilization Manager, Thai Fund Foundation) + Klaikong Vaidhayakarn (Deputy Director, Change Fusion) Haiti Earthquake: A Social Media Powered Response -- haun Robinson (Director of Online S Operation and Social Media, Nethope)9:40 – 9:50 Q& A Moderator Main Hall(1F) Steve Lawrence9:50 – 10:30 Breakout Group Discussion Moderator Main Hall(1F) --Led by Group Facilitators Steve Lawrence10:30 – 10:50 Sharing of Ideas for Action Moderator: Main Hall(1F) Sunkyung Han, Uyen Ho(Intel Vietnam)10:50 – 11:00 Coffee Break All Main Hall(1F)14
    • 11:00 –11:30 Discussion on Collective Action Co-chairs Main Hall(1F) -- haired by Wonsoon Park (Executive C Wonsoon Director, The Hope Institute) and Anjan Park & Anjan Ghosh (Regional Director, Corporate Affairs Ghosh Group, Intel Asia-Pacific )11:30 – 12:00 Closing Ceremony: Declaration, MC Main Hall(1F) Appreciation of Participation and Group Photo12:00 – 12:30 Evaluation, Synthesis and Reflection MC Main Hall(1F)12:30 – 14:00 Farewell Lunch All Cafeteria(2F) 15
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    • ANIS Activities Breakout Group Discussion This breakout group discussion will be held after keynote address and each session. After the keynote address, the participants will reflect on the presentation and share their own stories and challenges of NGOs in Asia. And after each session, the participants will reflect on the agenda and case study presentations, share and exchange their own cases and projects regarding the theme of the session. The participants will write down ideas and different solution models on meta-cards, and these meta-cards will be posted on the wall. Ideas for Action The participants will share thoughts on how to improve projects within their capacity in their organization and develop ideas for new projects based on the discussions throughout the day. The ideas can be picked up from the wealth of best practices and ideas discussed within his group or in plenary. Discussion on Collective Action The participants will share thoughts on how to proceed after the Summit. How can best practices in Asia be shared continuously? How will the Working Group follow up and continue discussion post-Summit? How can we use technology to continue networking and share cases, models, methodologies, processes and experiences? Poster Session All participants are required to participate in the Poster Session on Day 1 & 2. The purpose of the poster session is to provide open space to share experiences and best practices of NGOs from different background and context. Participating in the poster session will be an excellent opportunity for you to showcase the work you are doing in your respective countries with other participants and to explore collaboration opportunities!  17
    • Poster Session 1 (2 Sept) Presenter Organization Poster TitleAhyoung Park The Hope Institute Community BusinessAmit Kaushik Pratham Education Foundation Pratham Fostering Creativity and Innovation Molave Development Foundation,Angelo Juan Ramos with Communities Through Content Inc. (MDFI) Development Bina Swadaya: Community SelfDE Susapto Bina Swadaya Reliance Development Foundation RVR CSR CENTER’S APPROACH RVR Center for Corporate SocialFrancisco L. Roman TO MULTI-STAKEHOLDER Responsibility ENGAGEMENTFrank McGuire Global Learning Village Global Learning Village Centre for Environment, RETROFITTING AN URBAN HOUSEGurmit Singh Technology & Development, IN MALAYSIA TO MAKE IT ENERGY Malaysia (CETDEM) EFFICIENT & COOLJimmy Pham KOTO Vocational Training Center KOTO (Know One, Teach One) Asian Regional Exchange for New Asian Regional Exchange for NewJung Ok Lee Alternatives (ARENA) Alternatives The Taiwan Business Council forNiven Huang “SHE CARES” Initiative in Taiwan Sustainable Development (BCSD)Puangchomphu Thai Fund Foundation Mekong ICT Camp 2010Rammuang Centre for Science, Development Towards Building A Digitally EmpoweredRajeshree Kumar & Media Studies (CSDMS) SocietySeon-min Park The Beautiful Foundation Energy Access for the Poor Australian Social InnovationSteve Lawrence ASIX Social Innovation Camp Exchange (ASIX)Sunyoung Jung The Hope Institute Happy Senior Project Promoting a Progressive, Fair andWardah Hafidz Urban Poor Consortium Inclusive CityWonsoon Park The Hope Institute Social Invention Program Beijing Huizeren Volunteer ServiceYan Zhai The power of volunteering Center Non-profit Organization The youth-training program ofYumiko Fukaya Sodateage-Net “Sodateage” Net18
    • Poster Session 2 (3 Sept) Presenter Organization Poster TitleAnjana Raza Developments in Literacy (DIL) Community School Libraries The Australian Centre for Social The Australian Centre for SocialBrenton Caffin Innovation (TACSI) Innovation Socio-Economic & Environmental Socio-Economic and EnvironmentalChin Tong Liew Research Institute (SERI) Research Institute (SERI) LIN Center for Community LIN: Helping Local People Meet LocalDana RH Doan Development NeedsHoward Chan Community Museum Project Community Museum Project The Hong Kong Council of Social ACT Social Awareness Network –Jessica Tam Service Action x Consciousness X Travel Social Impact Assessment Project The Hong Kong Council of SocialJessica Tam – Measuring Financial and Social Service Performance of Social EnterprisesKlaikong Mobile Technology for Health Change FusionVaidhayakarn Information We create fund raising solutions thatMarianne Quebral Venture for Fundraising work social enterprise incubating projectMin-Kyoung Chang Haja Center ‘CHANG’Nan Chen Shanghai United Foundation NPI : Non-profit incubator Creating an online platform to shareSanjay Bapat IndianNGOs.com PVT LTD Social and Developmental Canvas of IndiaSanjit Bunker Roy The Barefoot College The Barefoot College Taiwan Association for Educational Typhoon Morakot Disaster DigitalShi-Min Lee Communications and Technology Caring Program in TaiwanSo Jung Rim The Hope Institute Social Innovation Camp 36 The Organization of Urban Re’s The “Burning Map” of TaipeiYi-Wen (Eve) Chen (OURs), Taiwan Metropolitan: A Strategy for Citizen 19
    • Hope Institute TourTour Schedule (1 Sept) Registration Participants will receive an ANIS 2010 Welcome Hopemoul (4F),16:00 – 16:20 Package. Please find Ahyoung Park at the registration The Hope Institute desk for airfare reimbursement. Hopemoul (4F),16:20 – 16:40 Introduction of The Hope Institute The Hope Institute 2Fl. - 4Fl., The Hope16:40 – 17:20 Hope Tour Institute Hopemoul (4F),17:20 – 18:00 Community Drum Workshop by Namory The Hope InstituteAbout The Hope InstituteAddress : 2-4 Fl. Vision Building, 290-11 Pyungchang-dong, Jongno-guTel. : +82(2) 3210-0909Fax : +82(2) 3210-0126Web site : http://www.makehope.orgThe Hope Institute is a non-governmental think tank founded in 2006, with citizen participation as itsmodel, to seek out new hopes for Korea.Among the Hope Institute’s principal activities are:The “Social Innovation Center,” which gathers citizens’ ideas and helps them make changes ineveryday life and institutions; the “Center for Small Enterprise,” which incubates regional and smallenterprises that promote social good, the “Roots Center,” which works with local residents to placeour society’s focus on the local regions through efforts aimed at self-governing and regional building;the “Senior Social Contribution Center,” which connects retirees with non-profit organizations in orderto empower seniors in the society and improve the professional talents within non-profit organizations;and the “Education Center” a school for growing public leaders who will reclaim the future of the localregions and who will lead in our times. www.makehope.org20
    • Field VisitField Visit Schedule (3 Sept)Group A (Lead: Ahyoung Park/Seong-eun Lee)15:00 –15:30 Literature House > Sungmisan Bus15:30 –16:20 Sungmisan Introduction and Tour Sungmisan16:20 –16:50 Sungmisan > Insadong Bus16:50 –17:40 Beautiful Store Introduction and Tour Beautiful Store17:40 –17:50 Walk to Beautiful Foundation Walk17:50 –18:40 Beautiful Foundation Introduction and Tour Beautiful Foundation18:40 – Beautiful Foundation > Jahamun BusGroup B (Lead: So Jung Rim/Sunkyung Han)15:00 –15:30 Literature House > Haja Center Bus15:30 –16:20 Haja Center Introduction and Tour Haja Center16:20 –16:50 Haja Center > Insadong Bus16:50 –17:40 Beautiful Foundation Introduction and Tour Beautiful Foundation17:40 –17:50 Walk to Beautiful Store Walk17:50 –18:40 Beautiful Store Introduction and Tour Beautiful Store18:40 – Beautiful Store > Jahamun (Korean restaurant) Bus 21
    • About the Field Visit Organizations The Beautiful Foundation •• Address: 16-3 Gahoe-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea, 110-260 •• Tel. : +82(2) 766-1004, +82(2) 730-1235 •• Fax : +82(2) 730-1243 •• Web site : http://www.beautifulfund.org/eng/ The Beautiful Foundation pioneers a new philanthropic culture that constantly changes the society in a positive way. The philanthropic culture that the Beautiful Foundation leads, takes place with the voluntary participation of the public, allowing the donating culture to anchor in our lives, sharing will become the primary guide to a rich society. The participants will learn about the value of sharing, be able to participate in the community, and share a warm fellowship with one’s neighbors. The Beautiful Store •• Address : 45 Anguk-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea, 110-240 •• Tel. : +82 1577-1113 •• Fax : +82(2) 725-2003 •• Web site : http://www.beautifulstore.org/eng/ The Beautiful Store was established as a non-profit corporation in order to contribute to environmentally friendly changes in our society and support marginalized people both home and abroad as well as activities that serve public interest. The Beautiful Store converts donated products to monetary donation and is operating more than 100 stores across the nation.22
    • Haja Center •• Address : 79 Youngdeungpo Gogaro, Youngdeungpodong 7ga, Youndeungpo-gu, Seoul •• Tel. : +82(2) 2677-9200 •• Fax : +82(2) 2679-9300 •• Web site : http://www.haja.net/ The youth learning space, entrusted by the Seoul metropolitan Government to Yonsei University was founded in 1999 to create the models to solve the youth unemployment problem in the social context when Asian financial crisis hit Korea. Haja center provides programs such as C-Plat (a youth creativity program), alternative education, Production School, Young Chef, Road Schola, Social Enterprise Incubating Project and more. Sungmisan Maul (Village) •• Address : Sungsan 1 dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Sungmisan village is located in Sungsan-dong, Mapo on the edge of Small Mountain, “Sungmisan”. Sungmisan Village was born through the 10-year village-making movement. “Villages” had been vanishing in Seoul due to urbanization. Rampant development left only residential districts and swept away villages and their native people. People in Sungmisan Village acted to revive the ecological and caring values of the village. In the village, students can experience exceptional community within Korean society, especially in Seoul, the gigantic city of cement. The eco- village includes various spaces, including a school, co-op, and theater.There are 4 co-parenting coop nurseries, 2 afterschool daycare, Co-op, Village School (alternativeschool), Sungmisan Car Coop (auto body shop), Neighborhood Kitchen (sidedish shop), MapoFM (Community Radio), Revival Shop (secondhand shop), stitch (sewing workshop), Little Tree(community café), Mapo Solidarity (grassroots NGOs), People and the Village (town planningorganization), Mapo Youth Club, and a self-reliant center for disabled, Mapo Association for Parentsof Disabled. 23
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    • Performances•• Community Drum Workshop with Namory The Community Drum Workshop will take place on 1 September during the Hope Institute Tour. A drum circle is any group of people playing (usually) hand-drums and percussion in a circle. They are distinct from a drumming group or troupe in that the drum circle is an end in itself rather than preparation for a performance. They can range in size from a handful of players to circles with thousands of participants. The drum circle does not teach you how to play the drum. The purpose of a drum circle is to create a bonding community through rhythm and percussion. You will be able to make your own language of rhythm within ten minutes of participation. With the help of the facilitator and simple musical techniques, you will share a very unique and unforgettable moment with all the participants. Your individual musical talent, character, sociality as well as the potential of the whole group will be explored. Reference: Korea Drumcircle Association (KDCA), www.drumcircle.or.kr Facilitator: Namory Yeongyong Lee Twitter: @djembekorea Facebook: djembekorea 25
    • Namory Yeongyong Lee majored in Composition at Keimyung University Music Dept. He has experiences as composer, conductor, Music educator, Drum therapist and Drum Circle Facilitator and president of Korean Drum Circle Association. He’s passionate about advocating percussion. He’s certificated at Silver Lake College ‘Music for The Unborn Child’, REOM’S ‘Health RHYTHMS Facilitator Training’ and Drum circle ‘Community Drum Facilitator Training’. He’s participated in many workshops including the 11th and 13th 11th, 13th ‘World Rhythm Festival’ in Seattle, U.S., ‘Drumcamp4’ in Japan hosted by Drum circle Facilitator Association, 2005, 2006 Mamady Keita Africa music -Japan workshops, 2007, 2008, 2009 Mamady Keita djembe workshop. His performance in Mamady Keita Concert in Japan as a soloist is also noticeable. -Leader of Djembefola(African Percussion) Group, “Bara Kan” -Majored in Composition in Keimyung University Music Dept. -Composer, Conductor, Music Educator, Drum therapist, Drum circle Facilitator, Djembefola -Silver Lake College ‘Music for The Unborn Child’ Certificated -REOM’S ‘Health RHYTHMS Facilitator Trainig’ Certificated -Drum circle ‘Community Drum Facilitator Training’ Certificated -Participated In the 11th and 13th 11th, 13th ‘World Rhythm Festival’ in Seattle, U.S. -Participated in ‘Drumcamp4’ in Japan hosted by Drum circle Facilitator Association -Participated in 2005, 2006 Mamady Keita Africa music -Japan workshop -Participated in 2006 Mamady Keita Africa music- the Republic of Guinea workshop -Participated and/or hosted 2007, 2008, 2009 Mamady Keita djembe workshop -Performed as Soloist in Mamady Keita Japan Concert. -President of Korean Drumcircle Association -Worked as Drumcircle facilitator in various cities in U.S., Japan and Korea•• Organic Melancholy The group Organic Melancholy will perform on 2 September during the Welcome Dinner sponsored by ANIS Partner, UN Global Compact, at the Literature House. Artists Won-Jae Lee Guitar, Melodica Hyun-Jong Yoon Guitar Ji-Young Violin Su-ji Moon Daegum Sun-Kyung Kim Vocal (Jung-ga)]26
    • Organic Melancholy is an acoustic crossover instrumental band, consisted of Won-Jae Lee (Guitar/Melodica) and Hyeon-Jong Yoon (Guitar/Percussion).Organic Melancholy regularly performs with guest musician, Ji-Young Lim (violinist), who is a sing-a-song writer with the name of a solo project band “Auroville”. For this special occasion, OrganicMelancholy will also perform with two young Korean traditional musicians, Su-Ji Moon (Daegum) andSun-Kyung Kim (Jung-ga).A total of six pieces will be performed. Two musical pieces are composed by Daegum player, Seong-Min Cha. The songs are based on two Korean love poems, So-Wol Kim’s “Azaleas” and Imjae’s “SilentFarewell”.Both songs are love stories from the perspective of Korean women. “Azaleas” is a sorrowful lovesong of a woman and “Silent Farewell” is a young girl’s song of love. The songs show two differenttypes of love in the perspective of Korean women. 27
    • Portrait Photography•• Portrait Photography by Photographer Seung-Hyun Sohn The artist/photographer, Seung-Hyun Sohn will take portrait photograph of all ANIS participants on 2 September in the afternoon.•• Photographer Seung-Hyun Sohn Photographer Seung-Hyun Sohn is currently a photography director of the design group AGI society and AGI Studio in Korea. He is also a member of Nutopia Forum, New York based photography group for portraits. He studied photo at Chungang University (BFA) in Seoul, which was followed by his studies of visual arts at Rutgers University (MFA) in the U.S. He took part in various exhibitions such as Gwangju Biennale in 2002 and “unbroken” exhibition at New York’s Denise Bibro Fine Art. So far, he has been engaged in more than 20 exhibits and book projects. In 2002, he won the best prized for the Baeksang Publication Award through the Museum of Everyday life through Korean History (Sakyejul Publication Co. ) where he participated as a photographer. The book The Circle Never Ends (2007) is the first book he wrote. He is currently working on his second photography book on unconverted long-term prisoners of Korea. Also, since 2003, he has been continuously working on photography of Native Americans and has published his work in the book, The Circle Never Ends. You may find some of his work and writings in the following link: http://www.makehopecity. com/?p=6318 From The Circle Never Ends, Seung-Hyun Sohn28
    • Best Friend Project The Best Friend Project started out as a project to raise public awareness on the endangered species. The idea is that everyone should be conscious of the threats to wildlife and take actions to save endangered animals and plants from extinction. Best friend name card (part of Best Friend Project) gives you and the people around you, a chance to re-think our modern way of life which has failed to communicate with Nature. Upon meeting new people and exchanging your name card, you will have a short moment to appreciate the value of life and environment. The process of making Best Friend name card is eco-friendly and simple. Non-wood pulp or recycled paper was used for printing. Also, instead of using color ink, black ink was used to minimize the working process and waste product. Before printing your name card, it is very important to share and understand its meaning and purpose of the Best Friend Project. Everyone wishing to have their own Best Friend name card has to read the document of purpose and sign the pledge. The pledge should be sent to our green designer for design work and printing. Best Friend Pledge I, ______________, promise that I will cordially exert all possible efforts at every moment to raise awareness of and protect my friend, ____________. The following animals are included in the Best Friend Project: From the upper left to the lower right: 1. Green turtle, 2.Barbary lion, 3.Okapi, 4.Irrawaddy dolphin, 5.Polar bear, 6.Fennec fox, 7.Jang San Got Mae, 8.Kiwi, 9.Musk deer, 10.Eagle owl, 11.Fairy pitta, 12. Panda, 13.Reindeer, 14.Albatross, 15.Flying squirrel, 16.Emperor penguin, 17.Sloth, 18.Spoon-billed sandpiper, 19.Manchurian yellow-necked marten, 20.Red panda 29
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    • Venue & Hotel Information Venue : Literature House, Seoul Korea •• Address: 2-20, Yejang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-250, South Korea, •• Telephone: +82(2) 778-1026 •• Website : http://www.imhs.co.kr/ Located at the foot of Mt. Namsan in Yejang- dong, Jung-gu, the heart of Seoul, with pleasant natural atmosphere, Literature House in Seoul is loved by many citizens and scholars. Since its establishment in October 2001, it served to be a place to exchange culture and knowledge among people through various cultural events and international conferences. The area is surrounded by various trees such as Oak trees, Ginkgos, Leather woods, Kowloon trees, Maples, Chestnut trees, providing a peaceful haven in the midst of the city.The site was also a place of tragic history and terror. The sad memories of the Koreandemocratization movement still remain here. It is meaningful that NGO leaders from all over Asiacome to discuss social innovation at such place with footprints of democratization. ► From Incheon Airport -KAL (Korean Air Limousine) at the bus booth 4B or 11A will take approximately 1hr to Millennium Seoul Hilton Hotel. It’s 15 min in taxi from the hotel. (Google map)32
    • Hotel : Millennium Seoul Hilton •• Address : 395, 5-ga, Namdaemun-ro, Chung-gu, Seoul Korea 100-676 •• Tel : +82(2) 753-7788 •• Fax : +82(2) 754-2510 •• Website : http://www.hilton.co.kr/ Since it’s opening in 1983, the Millennium Seoul Hilton has established itself as the premier hotel of choice for the discerning business and leisure traveler. Situated at the base of Mr. Namsan, it is strategically located in the heart of Seoul with convenient access. ► From Incheon Airport to the Hotel Journey Time : About 60 minutes ► KAL Limousine Bus - Bus Fare: Approx. KW15,000 (available at 20-minute intervals) - Where to Board : Inchon International Airport KAL Limousine Bus Stop (4B or 11A) - Where to Buy a Ticket : KAL Limousine Bus Stop, You can check the bus schedule at the front desk of Millennium Seoul Hilton. 33
    • Biography34
    • Speaker / Delegate Sanjit Bunker ROY Director The Barefoot College IndiaFounder Director of the Barefoot College (www.barefootcollege.org ) based in the village of Tilonia inRajasthan India. Started 40 years ago it is the only College built by the poor for the poor and managedby the poor who earn less than $ 1/day. The College follows the work style and lifestyle of MahatmaGandhi where living conditions are simple, austere and down to earth, where there are no writtencontracts and no one can get more than $ 100/month as wages.Since 1972 more than 20 Barefoot Colleges have started in over 13 States of India. The Barefootapproach of training rural semi-literate middle aged women to solar electrifying villages their ownvillages has been replicated in nearly 25 of the Least Developed Countries around the world includingAfghanistan, Timbuktu(Mali),Siberia(Russia),Bhutan, Namibia.Founder Chairman of the Global Rain Water Harvesting Collective based in India (www.globalrainwaterharvesting.org) focusing on collecting rain water from the roofs of remote rural schools.More than 100 million litres have been collected in over 1,000 schools all over the world.Awards and Honours:1. he Schwab Foundation for Outstanding Social Entrepreneurs, World Economic Forum Geneva T Switzerland September 2002:2.  he Stockholm Challenge Award for Information Technology (Category Environment) Stockholm T Sweden October 2002:3. Tech Museum For Innovation Benefiting Humanity California November 2002:4. St Andrews Prize for the Environment, Scotland May 2003:5. The Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy London July 2003;6. Tyler Prize April 2004 California USA:7. The Skoll Foundation 2005:8. US $ 1 million ALCAN Award for Sustainability 20069. The Sierra Club Green Energy Award USA June 200910. SUEZ Environment-Water for All Foundation- Paris July 200911. obert Hill Award For Promotion of Solar Energy: 24th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy R Conference, Hamburg Germany September 200912. Conde Nast Environmental Award Washington November 2009The Guardian in London on 5th January 2008 identified Bunker Roy as one of the 50 Environmentalistsin the world who could save the planetApril 2010 identified by TIME magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. 35
    • Speaker / Delegate Brenton CAFFIN Chief Executive Officer The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) AustraliaBrenton began his career in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, later consultingto Australian and British governments on public policy, performance improvement and changemanagement.Brenton returned to South Australia to pursue his passion for public sector reform through executivepositions with the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Government Reform Commission andWorkCover.Brenton has degrees in economics and international relations and a Master of Public Administrationfrom Flinders University, where his research focused on public sector innovation.36
    • Speaker / Delegate Marianne QUEBRAL Executive Director Venture for Fundraising PhilippinesMarianne “Mayan” G. Quebral is the Executive Director of Venture for Fund Raising. A pioneer in fundraising and trained at The Fund Raising School in Indiana, U.S.A., Mayan managed the largest non-profit direct mail campaign in the Philippines with over one million letters sent annually, raising morethan 85 million pesos in less than four years. Formerly the Resource Development Officer of UnitedNations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in the Philippines, she initiated the first survey of the nature of gift-giving attitudes in the Philippines and has authored The Fund Raiser’s Guide to Fund Raising. Mayantravels extensively around Asia teaching non-profit organizations the principles and success seeds offund raising. 37
    • Speaker / Delegate Francisco L. ROMAN Executive Director RVR Center for Corporate Social Responsibility PhilippinesProfessor Francisco L. Roman, DBA, Harvard Business School, was formerly the Associate Deanof the Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (ACE) and the Executive Director of the Hills GovernanceProgram (HGP), under the Ramon V. del Rosario (RVR) Center for Corporate Social Responsibility,of which he is currently the Executive Director. Prof. Roman specializes on social responsibility andgovernance in Asian family corporations and industry competitiveness. Professor Roman has writtenand/or supervised 400 cases and notes and contributed to 8 books on a wide range of functions—strategy, marketing and organization, and topics—agribusiness, entrepreneurship, and CSR andGovernance.38
    • Speaker / Delegate Steve LAWRENCE Chief Executive Australian Social Innovation Exchange (ASIX) AustraliaSteve Lawrence AO is the Chief Executive of the recently established, Australian Social InnovationExchange, created to find fresh solutions to Australia’s key social challenges through cross-sectorcollaboration. He also consults in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship.For 29 years until late 2008 Steve was Founder, CEO and Social Entrepreneur with WorkVentures,an entrepreneurial non-profit organisation, based in Sydney.Steve as appointed an Officer in the Order of Australia in January 2010 for ‘service to the communitythrough leadership roles in the development and implementation of non-profit ventures to createsocial change, particularly for youth and the long-term unemployed’.Over the last 30 years Steve has also played a major creating over 13 new non-profit organisations,most of which are still operating. They include Job Futures, United Way Sydney, Jobs Australia,Social Ventures Australia, School for Social Entrepreneurs Australia.Founded in 1979 WorkVentures has annual revenues around $20million, employs 150 staff andplaces hundreds of unemployed Australians in jobs each year.Steve has qualifications in social work and management, he lectures regularly on social enterprise,local economic development and non-profit management. He is co-author of ‘Nonprofits in Business’(1995).In 2004 Steve received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award for a Social Enterprise inNSW & ACT.In 2005 WorkVentures and Microsoft won the Prime Ministers Community Business PartnershipLongevity Award for their 20 year collaboration to bring technology resources and skills todisadvantaged Australians.Steve is Chair of Bonnyrigg Management Pty Ltd, a company created to manage the socialdevelopment and redevelopment integration of Bonnyrigg public housing community in SW Sydney; aBoard member of Currency House, Inc a non-profit organisation which promotes innovation within theperforming arts in Australia; and a Founding Partner in the Australian School for Social Entrepreneurs. 39
    • Speaker / Delegate Howard CHAN Member Community Museum Project Hongkong, ChinaHoward Chan social curator and facilitator based in Hong Kong. Chan has been concerned withbridging knowledge and resources among different sectors of the society to nurture innovative socialrelations. In 2002, he co-founded Community Museum Project (CMP, www.hkcmp.org), a curatorial/research collective that aims at reviewing and articulating the visual culture and practice of everydaylife, as well as nurturing a creative public platform. Developing from its research of indigenouscreativity, CMP has been developing a social enterprise imitative based on knowledge exchange andcreativity, engaging community members, NGOs, professional practitioners and young people.40
    • Speaker / Delegate Shingo HATTORI Secretariat Earthdaymoney Association JapanWhen I was in university, I met a magazine which named “KOUKOKU’’http://www.kohkoku.jp/backissue/index.html“KOUKOKU’’ introduced community currency to japan, and also they started them original communitycurrency, which was earth day money.At that time for me, the movement of KOUKOU was so fascinating, so I sent massage to thechief editor of ‘’KOUKOKU” who is Masaaki Ikeda, he is first representative board member ofearthdaymoney association.2001, I met Ikeda at Tokyo, and decided; in the future I’d be participating in earthdaymoneyassociation.After university, I worked at coop organization for 3yrs then flew to Canada on working holiday. I livedin Comox in Vancouver Island, where I was side-worked on community currency project with MichaelLinton, who was the inventor of LETS system (a community currency model) for 1.5yrs. Upon I’mcoming back in Japan, I joined Earth Day moneyNow I’m working on these projects1. SHIBUYASAI------Promote organic vegetables project for the restaurant in the SHIBUYA area. http://www.earthdaymoney.org/topics_dt.php?id=3532. Earth book---------Sustainable rental book library project.3. Earthday market--- operating local farmers market project http://www.earthdaymarket.com/My main task is building and maintaining relationship with participating businesses,Also seek a new market for eathdaymoney association. 41
    • Speaker / Delegate Hyunyi HWANG International Project Manager The Beautifiul Store KoreaFebruary 2001 B.A. in EconomicsMarch 2001 - January 2003 Research Secretary, Korea Institute of Finance(KIF)September 2003 - December 2004 Internet News Program Director, Munhwa BroadcastingCompany(MBC)January 2005 - August 2005 Planning Team Manager, Korea Citizens for HealthSeptember 2005 - Present The Beautiful StoreHyunyi Hwang has been working in the Fair Trade and International Project Team at the BeautifulStore since her joining in 2005. She has been responsible for those of the exciting projects of theBeautiful Store such as the first fair trade coffee of BS(2005), the first international conference ofthe BS - ICSC 2006, Namaste, Ganges Project(2006-present), Good Morning Vietnam(2009), TheBeautiful Library Project(2010) etc42
    • Speaker / Delegate D.E. SUSAPTO Coordinator for Civil Society Empowerment Division Bina Swadaya - Self-reliance Development Foundation IndonesiaHaving various experiences from experiences as a trainer, chairman of bureau of communication andpublication, director of education and training centre to a coordinator of civil society empowermentdivision of Bina Swadaya (2005 until now).Actively attending trainings, seminars, and workshops specially in issues of society empowermentdevelopment, in Indonesia and abroad. A member of Executive Committee of Manila-based SEACA(South East Asian Committee for Advocacy) from 2003 to 2006. A Board member of Associaton forCommunity Empowerment from 2007 till now. 43
    • Speaker / Delegate Christine FANG Chief Executive The Hong Kong Council of Social Service Hongkong, ChinaMs Christine FANG is the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS), anumbrella organization of over 370 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are providing 90% ofthe social welfare services in Hong Kong.Ms FANG started her social work career as a community worker working with marginalizedcommunities and then became a lecturer in social work in the Hong Kong Polytechnic School ofApplied Social Studies. Prior to joining HKCSS, she was the Secretary General of Hong Kong RedCross, accumulating rich experience in both local and international welfare sectors.Ms FANG also contributes towards the development and promotion of social welfare by means ofparticipating in various government and NGO’s committees. In addition to her involvement in socialwelfare, Ms FANG sits in various important government policy committees, including ExecutiveCommittee of the Commission on Strategic Development, Charities Sub-Committee of the HK LawReform Commission, Sustainable Development Council, Digital 21 Strategy Advisory Committee,Independent Police Complaints Council and Lump Sum Grant Steering Committee. Ms. FANGalso helps in the work of other NGOs, including Hong Kong Press Council, Social Work AdvisoryCommittee of the Hong Kong Baptist University, Advisory Committee of Department of Social Work ofthe Chinese University of Hong Kong, Centre for Civil Society and Governance of University of HongKong as well as the Hon. Advisor of China Association of Social Workers.Ms FANG holds a Bachelor of Social Science Honours degree in Social Work from the University ofHong Kong, a Master degree in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago, USA.44
    • Speaker / Delegate Puangchomphu RAMMUANG Resource Mobilisation Manager Thai Fund Foundation ThailandExperienceJanuary 2003 to Present: Resource Mobilization Manager for Thai Fund FoundationMarch, 2000 to December 2002 MaternityAugust 1996-February 2000 Manager for Shelter Co., Ltd, and FundraisingManager for Harbour House Foundation and Shelter Co. Ltd., ThailandHarbour House Foundation base in Bangkok:January 1996 -July1996, Account Executive for Plan Motif Co., Ltd.January1, 1994-Dec31, 1995 Officer for non smoking campaign, Mor Chao Baan FoundationTrainings:- Promoting Liberalism through Education and Dialog, June27-July4,2010, Gummersbach, Germany- Human Right Advocacy and Business, 22-26 July, 2008, Manila, the Philippines- 8th International Workshop on Resource Mobilization, 22- 25 May, 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-  raining –Workshop on Online Campaigning and Collaboration, Global Partnership for the T Prevention of Aramed Conflict (GPPAC) Southeast-Asia, 21-23 June, 2007,Qezon City, the Philippines- New Media Workshop, June 14-16, 2007, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia- Principles and Techniques of Fundraising, September 5-6, 2007, Bangkok, ThailandConference/ Event Management- 1st Thailand Workshop on Resource Mobilization TWRM on Agust28-30, 2008,- Bangkok Thailand for The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security of Thailand.- Mekong ICT camp 2008 Pattay, Thailand.-  tudy visit trip to Kao Yai International Park for the KEHATI winner awards, Indonesian Biodiversity S Foundation on 20-23 April, 2007.- International Workshop on Resource Mobilization’ on May 5-7 in 2003, 2005 and 2006 for the ‘ Resource Alliance UK.- Philanthropy on Disasters: Tsunami and After’ November 28-30 2005, Phuket, Thailand (for APPC ‘ Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, the Philippines).-  rganizing Annual Fundraising event and exhibition from 2004 to present at Siam Commercial Bank O Ratchayotin Bureau- Mekong ICT camp 2010 at Chiang Mai, Thailand 45
    • Speaker / Delegate Klaikong VAIDHAYAKARN Deputy Director Change Fusion ThailandWith his exceptional skill in ICT for Development, Klaikong was a manager of Information TechnologyInstitute for Education (ITIE) and ICT Team Leader of Thai Fund Foundation. He is currently acoordinator of ChangeFusion working for ICT Plan together with Thai Health Promotion Foundationto provide technology tools for thousand of Thai Health Promotion Foundation’s partners. He isspecialized in capacity building. His great contribution in social development led to the success of theMekong ICT Camp, the technology camp for NGOs around Mekong sub-region.46
    • Speaker / Delegate Shaun ROBINSON Director of Online Operations & Social Media Nethope USAShaun Robinson is a designer and founder of Squiid, a consultancy focused on creating websites thatconnect people, causes, and conversations.Shaun is passionate about website design, development, and entrepreneurship, and works regularlywith organizations that provide microfinance services to the world’s entrepreneurial poor.He earned a degree in Finance from the University of Maryland, where he performed extensiveresearch on the informal financial sector in a nearby low-income community. He has lived and workedin 13 countries in the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe.He currently lives in Washington, DC.Website: http://squiid.comEmail: shaun@squiid.com 47
    • Delegate Mary-Jane LIDDICOAT CEO & Founder / Korea Country Head Healthy Homes Asia Ltd / Asia Pacific LOHAS Pte AustraliaMary-Jane has studied and worked in Asia and the Middle East for over 25 years. Until 2009, she wasa diplomat posted to the Australian Embassy in Seoul covering political, human rights, environmental,disarmament and education issues.Prior to this, Mary-Jane worked for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade incorporate planning, ICT strategy and business planning policy planning areas, as Director of theAustralia-Japan Foundation in Canberra, and in the Public Affairs Section of the Australian Embassyin Tokyo. She speaks Korean and Japanese and authored a language textbook, Syrian ColloquialArabic, during a four-year stay in the Middle East.In 2010, Mary-Jane resigned from the Australian public service to focus on bringing the latestconscious living information, products and services to Asia as Founder and CEO of HealthyHomes Asia Ltd, (www.healthyhomes.asia) and as Asia Pacific LOHAS Korea Country Head(www.lohas-asia.org). She is also a qualified Licensed Access Consciousness Facilitator (www.accessconsciousness.com), a Director on the Board of the Australian Chamber of Commerce inKorea, and a regular contributor to Korean electronic, print and online media.As a professional mother of three small children in a multi-lingual/cultural household (Mary-Jane’shusband is a Korean sculptor), she has a clear vision of the conscious, sustainable and nurturingenvironment she desires to generate for her young family in Asia.48
    • Delegate Frank MCGUIRE Chairman Global Learning Village AustraliaFrank McGuire is the founder of the Global Learning Village, the internationally acclaimed modeldesigned to establish smarter, healthier, better-connected communities that has been nominated forthe 2011 Metropolis Awards.The Australian Government declared in July that it wants the GLV model to be part of Australia’sbiggest-ever national building project, the multi-billion dollar national broadband network. The GLVdelivers a creative response to social inclusion through an independent, non-profit Foundation thatco-ordinates funding and support from Governments, the business sector, philanthropy and academicinstitutions to deliver better results for communities. It establishes built hubs and virtual communitiesfor lifelong learning, community development and social inclusion.The GLV focuses on the attributes that largely determine where everyone ends up in life: attitude,education and opportunity. It uses technology as a tool to connect the disconnected. It delivers asense of purpose for individuals and communities through lifelong learning. It provides a rangeof programs for life-skills, training and jobs in one-stop community hubs that have evolved to addsignificant economic, social and cultural value.Frank pioneered the GLV more than a decade ago when he was asked to be the founding chairmanof a Safe City Taskforce by Hume City Council, on the outskirts of Melbourne, one of the world’s mostliveable cities. He had grown up in Broadmeadows, an area long regarded as the end of the linethat was incorporated into Hume. Frank is a dual winner of Australian journalism’s most prestigioushonour, the Walkley Award, the Australian equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. The GLV strategy wasinformed by the experience of his family who had the imagination to dream of a better future beyondBritain after World War II and the courage to cross the world to pursue it, like millions of other families.His journalism also provided insight into the key ingredients of strong communities: people, place andpurpose. The Australian Minister for Communications, Broadband and the Digital Economy, SenatorStephen Conroy said in July: “It has had a profound impact. It’s an inspirational story of how youcan take an idea, when everyone tells you it can’t be done. When everyone tells you don’t botherout there, it’s a waste of time. Frank would not listen to all the naysayers. He had his vision and hewanted to turn it into a reality and it’s now an incredible reality. Frank helped inspire me in trying totake this sort of idea across the whole country.” 49
    • Delegate Nan CHEN Operation Director Shanghai United Foundation ChinaCHEN Nan has 16 years of corporate experience in China. The companies he had worked forincluding Swire Beverage, McDonalds, Tetra Pak, Markem-Imaje and Akzo Noble etc. In the last 7years, he has been holding senior sales and marketing role, and has solid experience in cooperatestrategy, business development, marketing communication etc.CHEN Nan currently works for Shanghai United Foundation, an organization initiated by NPI in Dec2009.50
    • Delegate Jessica TAM Business Development Manager The Hong Kong Council of Social Service HongKong, ChinaJessica Tam is the Business Development Manager of HKCSS-HSBC Social Enterprise BusinessCentre, a business hub which provides support to social enterprises in Hong Kong. Jessica overseesthe “Social Impact Assessment” project, a collaborative scheme with McKinsey & Co. and KPMG toevaluate and enhance the social and financial performance of social enterprises. Jessica also setup a social learning project ‘ACT Social Awareness Network” that aims to raise social awareness ofyoungsters through community activities. Prior to her current position, Jessica served as a Policy& Research Officer in HKCSS and tertiary Institutes with a focus on poverty, employment, socialsecurity and regional development.Jessica received her MPhil. Degree in Sociology in 2002 from The Chinese University of Hong Kong,and the Bachelor Degree in Social Science with First Class honor from the same university (Major inSociology, Minor in Psychology). 51
    • Delegate Yan ZHAI Director Beijing Huizeren Volunteer Service Center ChinaWorked 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 andtraining 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’sPsychological Counseling Center and accept many trainings on Social Gender, Psychologicalcounseling supervision and coaching training.2000~2002 Master Degree Courses of Developmental and Educational Psychology in DevelopmentalInstitution of Beijing Normal UniversityApr ~ May 2002 Social work professional training in Hongkong UniversityOct ~ Nov 2003 International Visitor to USA with the topic of NGO management and Civil societydevelopmentMay 2004 ~ June 2005 NGO Accountability Series courses and TOT (Accountability, Leadership, theValue of Management and the Value of Capital)Sep ~ Oct 2005 Volunteer Program Development Senior Courses in Agricultural Development Collegeof Philippine Xawell 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 Building52
    • Delegate Sanjay BAPAT Founder IndianNGOs.com PVT LTD IndiaQualificationBE – Mechanical (Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering)MBA (Master of Management Studies)Work Experience before starting IndianNGOs.comWorked with Godrej Soaps on the shop floor for one year (1984-85)Worked in advertising, social PR, competitions and awardsHandled consumer brands, consumer electronics brand and financial services advertisingWorked on Social PR for Proctor and Gamble IndiaIntroduced International Business Simulation Competition in India with MCC International, AmsterdamManaged India Young Business Achiever’s Award, the winner used to represent India for the WorldYoung Business Achiever’s AwardWorked on Corporate Identity Programme for Tata Group with Wolf Olins, LondonWork Experience after starting IndianNGOs.comDesigned and created India’s largest group websites hostingContact details of 50000 NGOs, 500 large corporates, 300 Indian and International Funding Agencies,President’s and Prime Minister’s Office, Central Ministries, as well as all State / UT Governors andChief Ministers and all the Members of parliaments, key celebrities…Management Development Programmes for NGOsCreated a portal sharing demographics of 593731 habitated villages of IndiaInterviews of over 2000 experts and community members from 80% districts of IndiaManaged over 150 000 volunteering hours for employees of Hindustan Unilever LtdManaged Global Community Day for Citi from 2006 till date, where on one day over 1500 employeesvolunteer across 20 to 30 locationsLed comprehensive research on CSR for ICICI BankLed research on SHGs for ICICI Bank and HindustanUnilever LtdManaging Education and Environment Forums for HSBC and Microfinance Forum for CitiManaging entire CSR for TJSB for whom we did a mega campaign on Climate ChangeWorking with Mastek, an IT company on volunteering and pay rollPresently working on financial education for underprivileged communitiesPresently work onEditing a book titled Social & Developmental Canvas of IndiaCapacity Building mechanism for NGOs, Corporates, MPs, Celebrities on Social CanvasManagement Development Programmes for NGOsCSR for Non CSR Managers for CorporatesRecognitionAshoka Fellowship 53
    • Delegate Amit KAUSHIK Chief Operating Officer Pratham Education Foundation IndiaAmit Kaushik joined the Indian Railway Accounts Service as a civil servant in 1987 after obtaininga postgraduate degree in Economics from the Panjab University Chandigarh. Over the course ofthe twenty years he spent in the service, he held a variety of challenging assignments both in theRailways and outside, and worked in varied areas including administration, investment appraisal,financial analysis, project management and industrial relations.From 2001-2006, Amit was Director Elementary Education in the Ministry of HRD, Government ofIndia, where he was associated with the development and implementation of policies related to SarvaShiksha Abhiyan. Among other things, he worked closely on the 2005 draft of the Right to EducationBill, based on which The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, has recentlybeen passed.He has been a consultant to UNESCO Paris, Nigeria, Iraq and Lebanon, as well as to UNICEF Iraq,working with them from time to time on assignments related to literacy, planning for Education for All,non-formal education and accelerated learning.After leaving the government, he worked in the private sector as Director of the SRF Foundation,running the well-known Shri Ram Schools in Delhi, and later as the Chief Executive Officer of ShriEducare Pvt Ltd, an education services provider that offers a range of services from establishingpreschools and K-12 schools to teacher training, curriculum development and consulting.He is currently the Chief Operating Officer of the Pratham Education Foundation.54
    • Delegate Rajeshree KUMAR Sr. Programme Officer Centre for Science, Development & Media Studies (CSDMS) IndiaDr Rajeshree Dutta Kumar has been associated with CSDMS as Sr. Programme Officer. She is aPhD and Senior Research Fellow from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi on ‘Women, Justice &Law.’ She has done her MPhil on Indian Philosophy of Language from Delhi University. At CSDMS,,she looks after ICT and education initiatives and the developmental programmes of the organisationwith specific focus on creating strategic alliances and collaborative partnerships. Prior to joiningCSDMS, she has worked with ISST (Institute of Social Studies Trust) as Research Consultantfocusing on monitoring and evaluation programme of Ministry of Women and Child Developmentfor Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. The focus of the STEP (support to training andemployment promotion for women) programme is to foster economic and social empowerment forwomen in pan India context. Worked with PWESCR (Program for Women, Economic, Social andCultural Rights) as Program Associate, South Asia and coordinated two surveys related to violationof women, economic, social and cultural rights and right to dignity. She also had a chance to teachstudents at IIT Delhi, India. She has taught at University of Delhi. 55
    • Delegate Wardah HAFIDZ Coordinator Urban Poor Consortium IndonesiaEducation1983 Master degree in Sociology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, USA, with thesis on populationdisparity, Javanese muslim groups (santri and abangan) and their relation with acceptance ofgovernment family planning programKey QualificationsVast knowledge and expertise on community organising and advocacy especially on urban poverty,gender and development issues. High expertise in qualitative and participatory action orientedresearch and training. Current occupationCoordinator of the Urban Poor Consortium, a forum of activists that works closely with the urban poorin Indonesia, focusing on people’s organising, advocacy and educationPrizes2000, Human Rights Award, Yap Thiam Hien Foundation, Indonesia2005, Gwangju Prize for Human Rights, the May 18 Memorial Foundation, Republic of Korea2005, Committed work on poverty and concern the poor, Pusat Studi Kelirumologi, Indonesia2006, Housing Rights Defender, COHRE, Geneva2007, POSCO Award for good social work, POSCO Iron and Steel Company, Republic of Korea2008, Women Pioneer on Rights of the Urban Poor, Museum Rekor Dunia Indonesia56
    • Delegate Yumiko FUKAYA Division Director Non-profit Organization Sodateage-Net JapanYumiko Fukaya is Division Director,non-profit organization Sodateage-net.In this capacity she is responsible for directing three youth sapport centres located inSaitama,Kanagawa ,and Osaka they provide public service for youth called ‘NEET’, and specialproject in the career deveropment programs as Career Counselor,etc.Prior to joining Sodateage-net,Yumiko Fukaya was a director of personnel department and secretaryto CEO at Kinki Nippon Tourist co.,ltd.from 1986 through 2005.While there she was responsible for managing recruitment,and also mada an effort to change to thevisionary company.Yumiko Fukaya graduated from Japan women’s University in 1986 with major in home economics.And now on gruduate school,Waseda University with a major in Social philosophy. 57
    • Delegate Sung Ah CHO Programmer Officer The Beautiful Foundation KoreaJanuary, 2008 - Present The Beautiful Foundation - Programme Officer, International Relations & Research Team58
    • Delegate Jayoung CHOI Team Leader, Global Network Seed:S KoreaJayoung Choi  is  currently working as the team leader of Global Network Division at seed:sCorporation, a social enterprise intermediary support organization based in Seoul, Korea.She graduated from University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies focusing onDevelopment and started a career as a journalist in both newspaper and radio broadcasting. She hasa background in public affairs working for government agency, international relief organization andmultinational corporation. 59
    • Delegate Jae Chun KIM Director The Beautiful Store KoreaB.A. in Psychology in Chungang Univ.Sales Promotion Planner at LG AD and KeosonMarketing Manager, BR SystemJune 2003, The Beautiful StoreMr. Jaechun has worked for PR Campaign Team, Charity Shop Dept, Donation Development Dept,Planning Dept at the Beautiful Store and now he is the Director of the Planning Dept, DonationDevelopment Dept at the BS.60
    • Delegate Jung Ok LEE Co-chair Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA) KoreaHer main interests and work revolve around gender, alternative development and peace. Jung Okwas 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 IRI-Asia, 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 ModernDirect Democracy (2008). She has authored and edited Several books such as Gender Issues andthe Changes in Family Relations, 1998, Sociology for Gender Equity, 1993. People’s Alliance in theAge of Globalisation: Sustaining Ecology, Equity and Plurality for the ARENA publication, Womenand Alternatives in the age of Globalization, Hope and Realities of Global Democracy Promotion,Globalization of Democracy-Hope and Realities of Democracy Promotion in Asia, Voices throughBallots, and Citizens in Charge 61
    • Delegate Seon-Min PARK Director The Beautiful Foundation KoreaJanuary, 1998 – February, 2002 Korean National Commission for UNESCO - Programme OfficerJanuary, 2005 – PresentJanuary, 2005 – Present The Beautifulf Foundation - Chief Programme Officer, (Responsible for supervising major gift fundraising, destribution and international relations & research)62
    • Delegate Chin Tong LIEW Executive Director Socio-Economic & Environmental Research Institute (SERI) MalaysiaLiew Chin Tong was elected as Member of the Malaysian Federal Parliament for Bukit Bendera inthe March 2008 election. Since 1999, Chin Tong has served DAP in various capacities and is now aMember of its Central Executive Committee, serving as International Secretary.Chin Tong graduated with a degree in Political Science and an honours degree in Asian Studies fromthe Australian National University, and holds an International Masters in Regional Integration from theAsia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya.Chin Tong is the Executive Director of Socio-Economic and Environmental Research Institute (SERI),Penang, and Research for Social Advancement (REFSA), Kuala Lumpur, and was formerly a VisitingResearch Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore. He can be reachedat mp@bukitbendera.org. 63
    • Delegate Gurmit SINGH Executive Director Centre for Environment, Technology & Development, Malaysia (CETDEM) MalaysiaGURMIT SINGH has been an environmental activist since 1974. He is currently the Chairman ofthe Centre for Environment, Technology & Development, Malaysia [CETDEM] of which he was thefounder Exec. Dir. For 22 years. He is also the current Regional Coordinator of the Climate ActionNetwork Southeast Asia [CANSEA]. He has a degree in electrical engineering from the University ofMalaya. Gurmit has followed environmental issues at the international level since the lead up to theRio Summit of 1992.64
    • Delegate Anjana RAZA Executive Director Developments in Literacy (DIL) PakistanAnjana Raza is the Executive Director of not for profit organisation Developments In Literacy inPakistan specializing in quality education program through innovation and integrating learning acrossthe units and managing 150 schools and teacher training program. Anjana completed her Mastersin Education International Development from the University of London and has worked extensivelyin the development of quality education in Pakistan. She has been the Country Representative forEducation Regional Advisory Committee of CARE International. As a member of the internationalcommunity has worked with education and development organisations in Bangladesh and India,serving in an advisory and facillitator capacity. Now as a leader and a manager she has led her teamto develop a Teacher Training Model and an Education Program at DIL that enables 21 Centurypedagogy and skills, and captures new knowledge through practice and research. She is a memberof an Alliance for Integrating IT in Education, bringing together education and IT service providers todevelop cost effective sustainable solutions, and sits on the Advisory Board of Comcept (pvt.) Ltd. 65
    • Delegate Angelo Juan RAMOS Executive Director Molave Development Foundation, Inc. (MDFI) PhilippinesDr. Angelo Juan O. Ramos is a physician by training, and also has a Masters degree in Public Health.He is the Executive Director of the Molave Development Foundation, Inc., an NGO based in Manila,Philippines.Under his leadership, Molave has been one of the most recognized ogranizations in country thatis working on innovative projects and research initiatives on the role of ICTs in the fields of health,education and sustainable development. Dr. Ramos has been working on several internationalprojects, and is also a consultant with various agencies such as the International DevelopmentResearch Center of Canada, USAID, JICA, WHO, UNICEF and others. He is in demand as aworkshop facilitator on organizational development, Philippine Community eCenter Network, anational network of telecenters, and is a member of the steering committee of the e-Governance forEfficiency and Effectiveness Project, a national ICT policy-making group funded by CIDA. He is alsoa faculty member of the Ateneo de Manila School of Medicine and Public Health, where he teachesMedical Informatics. His research work on innovative approaches in e-learning, e-health, mobiletechnologies and community-based content development have been published in books and peer-reviewed journals, and he has presented in various international conferences.66
    • Delegate Yi-Wen (Eve) CHEN Executive Secretary The Organization of Urban Re’s (OURs), Taiwan TaiwanI always think myself as an “optimistic pessimist”.I believed everything will flow in the end. But before the end, I will always try to do something to savemyself from flowing faster than everything. That’s why I am a NGO worker now.Although my major at college is Public Health, I am interested in urban planning and publicgovernance more. After working 2-years in a city government, I got my second full-time job in a NGOnamed OURs from 2007. In Taiwan, OURs is the first NGO which concern about the multi-facetedproblems of urban environment since1989.As the global warming is getting more and more serious, OURs had promoted the “Eco - City” issuein Taiwan these years. Fortunately, OURs offered me the chance to be the person in charge with thisimportant issue. I ‘ve held the series related topics in different scale of “Eco-City”. For example, theland planning in state , the building capacity in city, and the trees-protected in community. I also havethe opportunities to learn to be the coordinator during many NGOs and NPOs. In the front examples,I learned how to networking different NGOs to co-work and to form the new alliances for the “Eco-City”issue. We gathered together to supervision the policies, to revise the laws, and to share NGOs’ know-how to more citizens. In OURs, we used to hold the “participatory design workshop” for NGO partnersto solve the complicated problems. Cause we trust that the participation is the best way to find the thesolution for public.In the other hand, my working experiences from the 1st sector to the 3rd one offered me manychances to observe the following things: What roles do the different sectors play in our society? Andhow could we make the different social power more powerful? I think the key is to open, gather ,share, communicate, and to empower each other . That’s why I come to join this summit for the topicabout the building capacity and the social innovation.I am Eve Chen from Taiwan. It’s so pleasant to attend the ANIS 2010.Nice to meet you everyone and wish the summit a complete success! 67
    • Delegate Niven HUANG Secretary General The Taiwan Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD) TaiwanDr. Niven Cheng Chung Huang is the secretary general of the operation of the Business Council forSustainable Development in Taiwan (BCSD-Taiwan) since May of 1997. BCSD-Taiwan is affiliatedto the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). Dr Huang is specialized inthe industrial waste management. Hs worked for Super Max Engineering as the sales and projectmanager for five years during 1992-1997. Dr. Huang has a Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineeringfrom Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU) in Taiwan. Currently, he is also the part time associateprofessor of four universities in Taiwan, including the most leading MBA in Taiwan, National ChengChi University. The courses he is teaching include: Trade & Environment, Environmental Ethics andSustainable Development, Eco-efficiency, and Low Carbon Economy and Corporate Sustainability.He sits in the judge panel for the annual CSR Awards of CommonWealth, one of the leading businessmagazines in Taiwan, since 2007.68
    • Delegate Shi-Min LEE Professor, Conventer Taiwan Association for Educational Communications and Technology Taiwan- 2001-present now Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering Tamkang University-  990-2003 Senior Consultant of Thermodynamics, Research and Development Department of 1 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 > 2008-2010 WOMEN UP 2.0-  004-present Consultant of Information Technology, Department of Education, Taipei City 2 Government(Principal Investigator of Microsoft School of the Future)-  006-2007 United Consultant of Southern Computer Associations, “Bridging Digital Divide of 2 Industries”, Small and Medium Enterprise Adminstration, Ministry of Economic Affairs- 2007 Director, Project Office of Digital Opportunity Center, Ministry of Education-  007-present Consultant, “Honduras@PRENDE Project”, International Cooperation and 2 Development Fund(TAIWANICDF)-  007-present Cooperated Principal Investigator, Bureau of Health Promotion, Vision Care Project, 2 Department of Health R.O.C-  007-present Principal Investigator, Bridging Women’s Digital Divide, Council for Economic Planning 2 and Development- 2008-present Principal Investigator, Bridging Digital Divide Program of EeePC, ASUS- 2008-present Consultant, Taiwan Research Institute-  009-present Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tamkang 2 University-  009-present Convener of Industry-Academia Cooperation Section, Taiwan Association for 2 Educational Communications and Technology 69
    • Delegate Dana RH DOAN Strategic Advisor LIN Center for Community Development VietnamIn addition to her work with the LIN Center for Community Development, Dana also serves on theadvisory board of Working With Others, which support to not-for-profit groups that addres the needsof children with disabilities in Vietnam. Prior to joining LIN, Dana worked with the U.S.-VietnamTrade Council & Education Forum. As International Trade Policy Analyst, Dana organized technicalassistance programs, bilateral meetings and events for officials representing the U.S. and Vietnamesegovernments, U.S. and Vietnamese companies and the international trade and aid community. From2004 to 2009, Dana served on the AmCham - United Way Vietnam Allocation Committee, evaluatinggrant applications by charitable organizations. Before moving to Vietnam in 2001, Dana worked withthe Metro Chicago Information Center as a Community Development Specialist supporting CDCs,community banks, and NGOs working to improve the quality of life in Illinois and throughout theUnited States. She was a Business Development Volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps in Honduras.Dana received a Masters Degree in Public Policy at the University of Michigan and a BA in Historyand Spanish from Northwestern University. She is a native English speaker, fluent in Spanish andintermediate level in Vietnamese. In her free time, she enjoys swimming, playing golf or tennis andreading historical fiction.70
    • Delegate Jimmy PHAM Founder KOTO Vocational Training Center VietnamJimmy’s KOTO journey started on the streets of his native Vietnam, when after 22 years abroad, hewas shocked by the poverty and hopelessness facing the country’s youth.Knowing he must act, Jimmy opened a small sandwich shop in Hanoi and employed nine street kids.Under Jimmy’s guidance, KOTO has grown to become a 120-seat restaurant, multi-location 200-trainee capacity training facility, registered charity and internationally recognised hospitality trainingprovider, which has trained over 300 students.KOTO is now recognised as a global leader in the social enterprise sector and Jimmy receivesregular acclaim for its establishment and success.In 2006, he received the “James Strong Outstanding Leadership Award” in recognition of theleadership he shows to staff, trainees, the social enterprise sector and broader community. In 2009he was a finalist in the Schwab Foundation’s “Social Entrepreneur of the Year” which recognisesthose who identify social problems and implement practical solutions that combine innovation,resourcefulness and opportunity. Also in 2009 he was a participant in the World Economic Forum’s“Annual Meeting of the New Champions”, which brings business leaders from a wide range of sectorstogether to explore challenges they are facing and identify solutions.Jimmy’s philosophy has always been that KOTO (Know One, Teach One) will teach hospitality,English and life skills, to empower street and disadvantaged youth with skills, dignity and opportunityto live their lives as happy, well-rounded people.Jimmy plans to keep establishing more KOTO training centres around the world, and when askedabout the future of KOTO, he replies: “Wherever there is abandonment, neglect and abuse, we will bethere”. 71
    • Organizer Wonsoon PARK Executive Director The Hope Institute KoreaWonsoon Park has made his own career, “Social designer”, and is a pioneer for Social Innovation andSocial Entrepreneurship. He constantly challenges himself to promote social justice and institutionalchange. People describe him as a prominent civil society leader in Korea.He has founded several non-profit organizations: ‘The People’s Solidarity for ParticipatoryDemocracy’, ‘The Beautiful Foundation’, and ‘The Beautiful Store’, recognized as one of the mostsignificant Social Enterprises in Korea. The Hope Institute, an independent think tank,is his latest project. He continues to inspire people to participate in community work and to learnto co-exist. He encourages people to express their opinions on social issues and to do their part inmaking a better life in Korea.72
    • Organizer Sunkyung HAN Researcher The Hope Institute KoreaSunkyung studied Horticulture at the university and Aesthetics at the graduate school. Since 2007,she has joined the Hope Institute and was in charge of the World City Library which is an onlinearchive of the best practices and cases on the urban life, collected through the participation ofthe world city reports from all over the world. After taking the responsibility for global network andcooperation team, currently she conducts the research on the community regeneration in the wayof social inclusion and socially integrative way. She enjoys planning and organizing the seminar orforum, in addition getting to know some people who can share the philosophy with her. She wants tobe a researcher who works closely in the field and continue writing research papers. 73
    • Organizer Ahyoung PARK Researcher The Hope Institute KoreaAh Young Park is a researcher at the Hope Institute which is a civic think and do tank in SouthKorea. She was granted a degree of Economics & English Literature and Linguistics. Based on theconsciousness of economic matters, she is basically interested in alternative economics which ishealthy economic model for promoting the welfare of mankind. And she also believes small think andaction can change the world in a better way.Ah Young Park is satisfied with learning more about social innovation, the importance of communityand feasible model for alternative economics such as social enterprise and community business.This knowledge has come from the research projects of Community Regeneration project and Korea-Japan Social Enterprise Forum which she is conducting now at Roots Center of the Hope Institute.She pursues a life of studying steadily.74
    • Organizer So Jung RIM Researcher The Hope Institute KoreaA full-time researcher at the Social Innovation Center at the Hope Institute, So Jung or “So Maria” iscoordinating Social Designer School and exploring how an open environment can instigate people tocome together, share their ideas and make real changes for social good. So Maria has MSc in SocialPolicy and Development and is interested in learning more about social movements based on one’sidentity and gender. So Maria loves listening to Cuban music and also loves salsa dancing, but she isnot particularly good at it. 75
    • Organizer Sungeun LEE Researcher The Hope Institute KoreaA researcher or Social Designer at the Hope Institute, an independent civic “think & do” tank fromSouth Korea. He has previously worked in CSR Consulting team, Planning & Coordination team,Membership & Partnership Development team and he is currently working at the Support Center.He co-operated with Social Innovation centre for Complaint Choir in 2008~2009. Nowadays, heis researching about the use of social media and smart phones as tools for accelerating socialinnovation in South Korea. (You can find him on twitter @homospero ). He is now learning andresearching about social design, social education, social media, social business, use of ICT for socialgood, social enterprise, social innovation, and the third sector, etc.76
    • Organizer Anjan GHOSH Regional Director, Corporate Affairs Group Intel Asia Pacific SingaporeAnjan Ghosh heads Corporate Affairs at Intel, for the Asia Pacific region. He oversees Intel’s strategicrelationships with key external stakeholder groups, in Government, Academia and Community andmanages the company’s Public Policy and Corporate reputation programs, with a team spreadacross 13 countries. Intel’s initiatives in Education, Environment and Citizenship are key pillars of itsCorporate reputation.His areas of interest include Corporate Social responsibility, Public policy on ICT for development,Digital inclusion and Education.He has held various positions in Governing councils of Industry associations, Chambers of commerceand University advisory boards. At present he is on the Governing Body of the US-ASEAN Businesscouncil.He received the Intel Achievement Award, the highest recognition at Intel.Anjan holds a doctorate in Statistics and is based in Singapore with his wife and daughter. 77
    • Organizer Hee Sung Lee Country Manager Intel Korea KoreaHee 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 CommunicationMarketing & Sales of Intel Asia Pacific. In this capacity, he was responsible for sales and marketingof all communication components, standard building blocks for wireless client and infrastructure, andconverged communication building blocks to Intel’s OEM and Distribution customers in Asia PacificRegion.HS Lee started his career at Intel Korea in 1991 as a senior networking engineer and was laterpromoted to the position of a networking product specialist. He then held several manager positionsin Communication Sales Organization and Reseller Channel Organization in Korea. In the periodof 1997 to 1999, HS was based in Singapore as Product Marketing Manager, overseeing theregion’s overall marketing of Intel’s desktop video conferencing products, including the ProShare®technology family of video conferencing products. He was also the District Sales Manager of Intel’sCommunication Industry Sales District in Korea.Prior to joining Intel, HS Lee worked as a product research and development engineer with LGElectric in Korea 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.78
    • Organizer Marco PANTANO Corporate Affairs Manager Intel Austrailia AustraliaMarco has been with Intel for 10 years and has a wealth of experience around education reform, 1:1and transformational practices and policies. Over the last 10 years, Marco has been involved in theHealth sector, Enterprise Business Group and managed corporate program strategies for Intel.Married with 2 children under the age of 11, the passion for Social Inclusion, Education and stronggovernance to enable the next generation to live healthy lives, be educated and to develop a modelthat will nurture the next generations that will populate our globe.With a Business Marketing education, history and experience in government relationsMarco’s 20 years of business to government relations brings a new mind set to enabling andexploring what is possible for government/corporate and community collaborations.Personal interest’s include; Family : the 2 boys, Wine making, all sports, cooking and fishing. 79
    • Organizer Joyce ZHOU Marketing Manager, Legal & Corporate Affairs Intel China ChinaJoyce Zhou joined Intel China in 2008 as Marketing Manager of Legal and Corporate Affairs Group.Joyce is responsible for devising and executing CSR marketing strategy, plan and programs. Sheis now focusing on initiating a series of social innovation programs in China, including the well-recognized program, Innovation Award for Non-Profits in 2009.Prior to Intel, Joyce has more than 10 years of high tech marketing experience in telecom and ITindustry. She developed a plenty of CSR programs for the companies she ever served.80
    • Organizer Sonia SHRIVASTAVA CSR Head South Asia Intel India IndiaSonia Shrivastava heads CSR for South Asia at Intel. She has an Honours in SystemsManagement and an MBA in International Business along with formal training in CSR fromthe World Bank Institute. Over a career spanning a decade and a half, Sonia has had aunique and rich cross sectoral as well as entrepreneurial experience across both Indian andmultinational companies as well as NGOs. Prior to joining Intel, she headed CSR at MoserBaer and ABB. She has also worked with Partners in Change, a pioneer NGO set up byAction Aid to promote the understanding and practice of CSR in South Asia on a variety ofcross sector projects and lead Indian delegations on CSR to Europe. She was also responsiblefor the formulation of the South Asian Forum for Responsible Business and has contributedto a book on Corporate Foundations in India. At Intel, Sonia is responsible for crafting anddriving Intel’s CSR strategy and programs across South Asia. 81
    • Organizer Yukari IWAMOTO Program Manager Intel Japan JapanYukari Iwamoto is a program manager at Strategic Business Development Group, Intel Japan.Her role is focused on promoting better ICT usages for new target segments such as teenage girls,school students and unemployed youth with new fellow travelers such as fashion-related companies,SMBs, schools and NPOs. She is currently in charge of leading CSR/ HR Project to teach at schoolassigned by government and NEET Project to support independence of unemployed youth with ICT.She has also actively engaged in volunteering activities inside and outside Intel.Internal activities include WIN(Women at Intel Network), GPTW (Great Place to Work) and supportingCSR activities. Outside activities include career teaching for school students.82
    • Organizer Cheng Cheng LOO Corporate Affairs Manager Intel Malaysia MalaysiaCheng Cheng Loo is the Corporate Affairs Manager for Intel in Malaysia. In this role since 2008,she is responsible for Intel’s education, community relations, local communications and governmentaffairs in Malaysia.Previously, Cheng Cheng was managing Intel’s Education initiative in Asia. She was responsible foroverseeing the development and management of Intel’s education programs across Australia, China,India, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailandand Vietnam.Cheng Cheng joined Intel in 1990 and has held a variety of positions in product planning andmarketing prior to her role with Intel Education in 1997. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science inComputer Science and Mathematics. 83
    • Organizer Yvonne G. FLORES Policy and Research Consultant to Intel Consultant to Intel PhilippinesYvonne Flores is Policy and Research Consultant to Intel since April 2010. Part of her work involvesstrategic alliances with Asian NGO’s, multilaterals and governments. Prior to this, Yvonne workedfor Intel Technology Philippines for 13 years. Given her work at Intel, she brings her experience asGovernment Affairs Manager where she handled policy advocacy initiatives on ICT for Development.Yvonne also pioneered Intel’s Education Programs in the Philippines such as Intel Teach, IntelPhilippine Science Fair, Intel Higher Education Program and the Intel Computer Clubhouse. Yvonnecompleted her Master of Arts Degree in Mathematics and her Bachelor’s Degree in SecondaryEducation at the University of the Philippines. She is a teacher at heart and foremost, a loving wifeand a mother of 3 children.84
    • Organizer Uyen HO Corporate Affairs Manager Intel Vietnam VietnamUyen has been with Intel Products Vietnam since 2006 as the Corporate Affairs Manager. Intel isthe biggest high-tech US investor and the first mover of this industry in Vietnam. She sees both theopportunity and challenge to learn and grow with Intel. Uyen is the first senior local manager on theSite Management Team.Uyen’s primary responsibilities at Intel focus on Government Relations, Media Relations, Educationand Corporate Social Responsibility.Prior to joining Intel, Uyen worked for Nike Vietnam for over 10 years in various roles and became thecountry External Affairs Manager for Nike Vietnam overseeing external relations for Nike and manyfootwear and apparel contract factories.Uyen has a MBA from the Columbia Southern University (CSU) and a BA in English of HCM TeachingCollege. She has been married for over 13 years with a 12 year-old daughter. She & her family liketraveling and shopping together, as well as hanging out with close friends and their kids. 85
    • Organizer Sylvia MOON Executive Secretary & Korea Community Program Intel Asia Pacific KoreaSylvia Moon has joined Corporate Affairs Group since April 2010 as the executive secretary to APACregional director, 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 strongrelationship with Korea SMG employees. With her deep interest in the community field, she has beenorganizing and ran various community programs with employees for several years.86
    • Organizer Jay R. LEE Corporate Affairs Program Manager Intel Korea KoreaJay R. Lee is Corporate Affairs Program Manager in Korea for Intel Asia-Pacific, responsible fordriving Corporate Social Responsibility programs across Education, Environmental, Community andPolicy agendas 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, 16regional educational offices and government educational agencies such as KERIS(Korea Education& Research Information Service) and KADO(Korea Agency for Digital Opportunities and Promotion,currently NIA: National Information Society). Under Lee’s leadership, Intel Korea signed five yearMOU with Korea Minister of Education in September 2005 aiming to jointly train all the teachers andprincipals through “Intel® Teach Program”, Intel’s global teacher training program in the area of ICT(Information & Communication Technology) in Education. Lee also expanded into environmentalcontributions by creating “Korea K-12 e-Green Initiative” with support from Intel Foundation; the three-year initiative was signed between Korea Minister of Environment, President of Intel Foundationand President of Korea Environment Education Association in November 2008 with goals to benefitmillions 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 andTechnology (MEST), KERIS and World Bank regarding Capacity Building efforts for Global ICT inEducation Policymakers for developing countries. Lee studied and graduated from Korea Universityand Graduate School of Korea University majoring in French, English and English Education. 87
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    • Organizer The 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 the Republic of Korea. Among the Hope Institute’s principal activities are: The “Social Innovation Center,” which gathers citizens’ ideas and helps them make changes in everyday life and institutions; the “Center forSmall Enterprise,” which incubates regional and small enterprises that promote social good, the “RootsCenter,” which works with local residents to place our society’s focus on the local regions throughefforts aimed at self-governing and regional building; the “Senior Social Contribution Center,” whichconnects retirees with non-profit organizations in order to empower seniors in the society and improvethe professional talents within non-profit organizations; and the “Education Center” a school forgrowing public leaders who will reclaim the future of the local regions and who will lead in our times.www.makehope.org Intel Asia Intel is the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. We enable innovation across a spectrum of digital devices—handhelds, netbooks, laptops, desktop PCs, servers, consumer electronics, and networking and communications products. We are committed to pushing the boundaries of technology to make the lives of people everywhere more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable.Intel operates from many locations within the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, China, India,Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailandand Vietnam. Key operations cover assembly and test, research and development, sales, marketing,and systems manufacturing. To view or download the Intel 2009 Corporate Responsibility Report,visit: http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility. 89
    • Partner 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 transformationARENA  redefines concerned Asian scholar to refer to individuals capable of conceptualizing,theorizing, analyzing, interpreting and articulating issues and concerns as direct participants of or insupport of struggles for social transformation in the interests of disadvantaged peoplesARENA 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. Civil Society Organizations Network in KoreaCivil Society Organizations Network in Korea is a nationwide solidarity organization of over 450 civilsociety organizations. Its primary activities involve solidarity and communication for social reform toenable civil societyIts mission is: 1. To promote social reform for the democratic development of our society. 2.  o support configuration of the network on regional, sectoral, and specific social T issues of the society base. 3.  o promote mutual development through solidarity and cooperation between civil T society and civil society organizations.The primary work of the organization is the following:1. Solidarity action for social reform2. Cooperative projects in Solidarity of civil society organizations3. Projects to vitalize the civic movement4. Other projects coincide with the object of this organization.90
    • The Beautiful Foundation The Beautiful Foundation pioneers a new philanthropic culture that constantly changes the society in a positive way. The philanthropic culture that the Beautiful Foundation leads, takes place with the voluntary participation of the public, allowing the donating culture to anchor in our lives, sharing will become the primary guide to a rich society. The participants will learn about the value of sharing, be able toparticipate in the community, and share a warm fellowship with one’s neighbors.The Beautiful Foundation is pursuing a vision of a world filled with affluent beauty, where extremesof wealth and poverty are eliminated. When material wealth is accumulated to excess it has negativeeffects, almost like a sort of sickness. Conversely, those suffering in dire poverty find it difficult toreach their full potential.The Beautiful Foundation aims at a just and affluent society. A society with unequal affluence is unjust. Ajustly affluent society must consist of honest, devoted, diligent, and caring individuals providing aidand assistance to the underprivileged, the disenfranchised, and those who fall through the cracks. Jurisdiction-Ministry of Authorization of Certification-Ministry of Public Administration and strategy and finance Labor Security Adonation organization We are a Social Non-profit foundation for public interest Enterprise The Beautiful StoreThe Beautiful Store is a place, where the principles of sharing and circulation are implemented. The Beautiful Store is not for trading new products, But for trading used products yet with new minds, And the used products embrace efforts and joys and sorrows of the person who made them as well as joys and sorrows, happiness and pain, rapture and hardships of the person who used them. The Beautiful Store, a market place for second-hand items, is now taking a leap forward to becomea global NGO, a professional non-profit corporation that serves public interest, contributes toenvironmentally friendly changes, and supports marginalised people both home and abroad, andsponsors activities that promote public interest. 91
    • Haja Center The youth learning space, entrusted by the Seoul metropolitan Government to Yonsei University was founded in 1999 to create the models to solve the youth unemployment problem in the social context when Asian financial crisis hit Korea.Haja center provides programs such as C-Plat (a youth creativity program), alternative education,Production School, Young Chef, Road Schola, Social Enterprise Incubating Project and more. UN Global Compact Network Korea It has already been 60 years since the establishment of the UN and even till today, 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 globalization, disputes, bethem large or small, still exist; delay in global development, income disparity, infringement of humanrights, political, economic and social issues especially the severity of climate change (even from anenvironmental slant) is provoking many problem areas. For this reason, there have been many effortsto counteract these issues; the UN now has to face these challenges as well. In the same vein, UNGC was established in 2000 with the concentrated efforts of the internationalcommunity. Through the performance of business’ CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), theinternational community is able to promote the challenge against many issues of globalization. Theparticipating businesses can liaise with society members and are leading in creating a sustainableand all encompassing world economy. Already 3100 global businesses and 4200 members of the UN Networks are participating in withUNGC and have committed to keeping a watchful eye on their activities. Already 80 national networkshave been organized. Established on 4th September 2007, the Korea Network is working with 114participating businesses who have gathered for the same purpose. On the 2nd July 2007, the KoreaNetwork seeded the first Sponsors’ Meeting. On 17th September of the same year, the first AnnualGeneral Meeting took place. From this, various activities have been launched with the purpose ofraising awareness.UNGC Korea Network anticipates a successful participation of Korean businesses for this purpose.92
    • Contact ListNo County Profix Name in Full Position Organization E-mail A. Speakers / Delegate1 India Mr. Sanjit Bunker ROY Director The Barefoot College bunker_roy@yahoo.com Chief Executive The Australian Centre for Social2 Australia Mr. Brenton CAFFIN bcaffin@tacsi.org.au Officer Innovation (TACSI) Marianne3 Philippines Ms. Executive Director Venture for Fundraising mayan@venture-asia.org QUEBRAL Francisco L. RVR Center for Corporate4 Philippines Prof. Executive Director francisco.l.roman@gmail.com ROMAN Social Responsibility Steve Australian Social Innovation steve.r.lawrence@bigpond.com,5 Australia Mr. Chief Executive LAWRENCE Exchange (ASIX) steve.lawrence@asix.org.au China/Hong6 Mr. Howard CHAN Member Community Museum Project howard.ph.chan@gmail.com Kong7 Japan Mr. Shingo HATTORI Secretariat Earthdaymoney Association shingo052@gmail.com International Project8 Korea Ms. Hyunyi HWANG The Beautifiul Store honeysloth@beautifulstore.org Manager Coordinator for Civil noeketty@yahoo.com, Bina Swadaya - Self-reliance9 Indonesia Mr. D.E. SUSAPTO Society Empowerment de.susapto@yahoo.com, Development Foundation Division sapto@binaswadaya.org China/Hong The Hong Kong Council of Christine.Fang@hkcss.org.hk10 Ms. Christine FANG Chief Executive Kong Social Service CC: Ingkid.Shum@hkcss.org.hk Puangchomphu Resource Mobilisation chomphu@tff.or.th,11 Thailand Ms. Thai Fund Foundation RAMMUANG Manager fhang_noi@gmail.com Director of Online Shaun12 US Mr. Operations & Social Nethope shaun@nethope.org ROBINSON Media B. Delegate Mary-Jane Healthy Homes Asia Ltd / Asia mary-jane@healthyhomes.asia13 Australia Ms. CEO / Founder LIDDICOAT Pacific LOHAS Pte mj.liddicoat@gmail.com frank@globallearningvillage.14 Australia Mr. Frank MCGUIRE Chairman Global Learning Village com.au nan.chen@lianquan.org.cn,15 China Mr. Nan CHEN Operation Director Shanghai United Foundation nan.chen@npi.org.cn Business China/Hong The Hong Kong Council of16 Ms. Jessica TAM Development jessica.tam@hkcss.org.hk Kong Social Service Manager Beijing Huizeren Volunteer17 China Ms. Yan ZHAI Director zhaiyan@huizeren.org.cn Service Center18 India Mr. Sanjay BAPAT Founder IndianNGOs.com PVT LTD Sanjay@indianngos.com Chief Operating19 India Mr. Amit KAUSHIK Pratham Education Foundation amit.kaushik@pratham.org Officer Centre for Science, Rajeshree20 India Dr. Sr. Programme Officer Development & Media Studies rajeshree@csdms.in KUMAR (CSDMS)21 Indonesia Ms. Wardah HAFIDZ Coordinator Urban Poor Consortium upc@urbanpoor.or.id Non-profit Organization22 Japan Ms. Yumiko FUKAYA Division Director fukaya@sodateage.net Sodateage-Net 93
    • No County Profix Name in Full Position Organization E-mail Min-Kyoung23 Korea Ms. Project Manager Haja Center mio0812@haja.or.kr CHANG24 Korea Ms. Sung Ah CHO Programmer Officer The Beautiful Foundation sacho@beautifulfund.org Team Leader, Global25 Korea Ms. Jayoung CHOI Seed:S kai@theseeds.asia Network26 Korea Mr. Jae Chun KIM Director The Beautiful Store tala@beautifulstore.org Asian Regional Exchange for weeklysol@hotmail.com27 Korea Prof. Jung Ok LEE Co-chair New Alternatives (ARENA) CC: outwhale@gmail.com28 Korea Ms. Seon-Min PARK Director The Beautiful Foundation smpark@beautifulfund.org Socio-Economic &29 Malaysia Mr. Chin Tong LIEW Executive Director Environmental Research ed@seri.com.my Institute (SERI) Centre for Environment,30 Malaysia Mr. Gurmit SINGH Executive Director Technology & Development, cetdem@po.jaring.my Malaysia (CETDEM)31 Pakistan Ms. Anjana RAZA Executive Director Developments in Literacy (DIL) anjana@dil.org Angelo Juan Molave Development32 Philippines Dr. Executive Director ajoramos@molave.org RAMOS Foundation, Inc. (MDFI) Yi-Wen (Eve) The Organization of Urban Re’s33 Taiwan Ms. Executive Secretary ours@ours.org.tw CHEN (OURs), Taiwan The Taiwan Business Council34 Taiwan Dr. Niven HUANG Secretary General for Sustainable Development niven@bcsd.org.tw (BCSD) Taiwan Association for 061503@mail.tku.edu.tw,35 Taiwan Dr. Shi-Min LEE Professor, Conventer Educational Communications fuel-cell@hotmail.com and Technology CC: Cindy Cheng cjt@livemail.tw Klaikong36 Thailand Mr. Deputy Director Change Fusion klaikong@changefusion.org VAIDHAYAKARN LIN Center for Community dana@linvn.org,37 Vietnam Ms. Dana RH DOAN Strategic Advisor Development dana_doan16@yahoo.com jimmyphamkoto@gmail.com, KOTO Vocational Training38 Vietnam Mr. Jimmy PHAM Founder CC: Cao Tri Thanh caotrithanh@ Center gmail.com C. Organizer39 Korea Mr. Wonsoon PARK Executive Director The Hope Institute wspark@makehope.org40 Korea Ms. Sunkyung HAN Researcher The Hope Institute alreadyi@makehope.org41 Korea Ms. Ahyoung PARK Researcher The Hope Institute loana@makehope.org42 Korea Ms. So Jung RIM Researcher The Hope Institute somaria@makehope.org43 Korea Mr. Sungeun LEE Researcher The Hope Institute leeagle@makehope.org Regional Director, anjan.ghosh@intel.com44 Singapore Mr. Anjan GHOSH Corporate Affairs Intel Asia Pacific CC: sylvia.moon@intel.com Group45 Korea Mr. HS Lee Country Manager Intel Korea hs.lee@intel.com Corporate Affairs46 Australia Mr. Marco PANTANO Intel Australia Marco.pantano@intel.com Manager Marketing Manager,47 China Ms. Joyce ZHOU Legal & Corporate Intel China joyce.zhou@intel.com Affaris Sonia48 India Ms. CSR Head South Asia Intel India Sonia.shrivastava@intel.com SHRIVASTAVA94
    • No County Profix Name in Full Position Organization E-mail49 Japan Ms. Yukari IWAMOTO Program Manager Intel Japan yukari.iwamoto@intel.com Cheng Cheng Corporate Affairs50 Malaysia Ms. Intel Malaysia cheng.cheng.loo@intel.com LOO Manager Yvonne G. Policy and Research Yvonne.purisimax.g.flores@51 Philippines Ms. Consultant to Intel FLORES Consultant to Intel intel.com Corporate Affairs52 Vietnam Ms. Uyen HO Intel Vietnam uyen.ho@intel.com Manager Executive Secretary53 Korea Ms. Sylvia MOON & Korea Community Intel Asia Pacific sylvia.moon@intel.com Program Corporate Affairs54 Korea Ms. Jay R. LEE Intel Korea Jay.r.lee@intel.com Program Manager “ANIS Staff Lead/55 Korea Ms. Nana KIM Project Manager ANIS Staff nanax.kim@intel.com to Intel “56 Korea Mr. Q PARK ANIS Staff ANIS Staff q.park07@gmail.com57 Korea Ms. Min-Jung SHIM ANIS Staff ANIS Staff minjung0804@gmail.com D. Partners Civil Society Organizations58 Korea Mr. Sungkyu OH Network in Korea Min-Kyoung59 Korea Ms. Project Manager Haja Center CHANG60 Korea Mr. Hyo-Kwan JEON Haja Center61 Korea Ms. Jung Sook YOON Executive Director The Beautiful Foundation62 Korea Ms. hyeok LEE Executive Director The Beautiful Store UN Global Compact Korea63 Korea Mr. Seunghan LEE President Network E. ANIS Volunteers64 Korea Ms. Im Kyung YU Intern The Hope Institute65 Korea Ms. Sonam Pem Staff Moon Hyun66 Korea Mr. Staff CHUNG67 Korea Prof. Ji-ho KIM Staff68 Korea Ms. Soryoung PARK Staff69 Korea Ms. Rebeca KIM Staff70 Korea Mr. Sunghoon MIN Staff FF Group71 Korea Ms. Bo yeon CHOI Staff FF Group72 Korea Ms. Mi Jin LEE Staff LETS73 Korea Mr. Jong Min Na Staff LETS 95
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    • Local Information ▪▪ Local Standards ime : Standard Time is nine hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+9). Korea does T  not use daylight savings time. lectricity :  he standard electricity supply is 220 volts AC/60 cycles. However, E T outlets for both 110 and 220 volts are available at the hotel. ▪▪ Weather - Average high temperature : 25°C ~ 30°C - Average low temperature : 17°C ~ 23°C Need an umbrella in case of unexpected weather condition in Seoul. 31 (Aug) 1 (Sep) 2 (Sep) 3 (Sep) 4 (Sep) 23℃ | 29℃ 22℃ | 27℃ 23℃ | 27℃ 23℃ | 28℃ 23℃ | 29℃ ▪▪ Currency 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 be exchanged into Korean Won at most banks in Korea including at the airport. The exchange rate is subject to market fluctuation. Major credit cards, including VISA, American Express, Diners Club and MasterCard are accepted at most hotels, department stores, and restaurants. 1 USD 1,194.10 KRW 1 EUR 1,519.49 KRW 1 JYP 14.10 KRW 1 CNY 175.65 KRW -- Emergency Telephone Number Ambulance 119 Police 112 Fire 119 97
    • ▪▪ Tipping & Taxes No 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. ▪▪ Business Hours Sundays and Business Weekdays Saturdays National Holidays Banks 9 am - 4 pm Closed Government Offices and 9 am - 6 pm Closed Organizations Post Offices 9 am - 6 pm Closed hours vary, please see Foreign Diplomatic the following link for more Closed Missions information: http://www.mofat. go.kr/english/main/index.jsp 10:30 am - 8 pm *Typically one day a month (usually a Monday) department stores Department Stores are closed to the public. However, closings will vary according to each store. ▪▪ Transportation -- Subway : Seoul has one of the most well-developed subway systems in the world. Subway is the quickest, easiest and most convenient way to travel around Seoul. Fares are reasonable, station names and route maps are written in English. Subways also have the obvious advantage of not being slowed by Seoul’s occasionally slow downtown traffic. Fares depend on whether you are paying by cash or T-Money (Transportation Card). Subways are around –900-2,000 won per trip depending on how far you travel. -- Bus : The buses are categorized into four colors. Blue (arterial buses) are the routes which connect outlying areas with the downtown area and run along a north-south and east- west axis. The Green (local) buses operate within a specific district. These buses will also make stops at subway stations. These routes usually operate in local areas for passengers transferring to blue buses or subways. Then there are the Red (express buses) which links downtown Seoul with satellite cities. Finally, there are the Yellow (downtown circular) buses, which you might not see as often but these buses run short routes in major downtown areas. Buses are around 900 - 1,500 won per trip depending on how far you travel. Taxi Taxis are plentiful, clean, safe, and inexpensive in Korea. There are taxi stands in most busy city areas, and taxis can also be hailed on the streets. As well, certain taxis can be requested by phone though the fare for these special call taxis is somewhat higher than regular taxi. An increasing number of taxi drivers speak some English. The fare system is based on both distance and time. Fares are 2,400 for the first 2 kilometers and 100 for each additional 144 meters98
    • Tips ▪▪ Greeting in Korea • Hello? : Annyoung hasimnica? (안녕하십니까?) • Good Bye : Annyounghee gasipsiyo. (안녕히 가십시오.) • Thank you. : Gamsa hamnida. (감사합니다.) • How much is this? : Eulma imnica? (얼마입니까?) • Excuse me. : Sil-rye hamnida. (실례합니다.) • I am sorry. : Mian Hamnida. (미안합니다.) • Let’s go to (Hilton Hotel). : (Hilton Hotel) ro gajuseyo. (힐튼호텔)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. - Incoming calls are free for cell phone. -- Paying Method - Pre-paid card are available at the front desk and convenience stores. (5,000 won, 10,000 won) 99
    • Seoul & City Tour Information ▪▪ Seoul Seoul is located at 126 degrees east longitude and at 37 degrees north latitude. The total area of Seoul is 605.52 square kilometers, or 0.6 percent of the entire country. The Han River bisects the city into two parts: northern part (Gangbuk) and southern one (Gangnam). Seoul has a population of 10.3 million. This accounts for about a quarter of the total national population. Seoul is the capital of Korea with over 600 years of history. It is the heart of Korea’s culture and education as well as politics and economics. Seoul is unique in that historical sites such as Gyeongbokgung Palace and modern cultural facilities coexist in harmony. Seoul is a world-class city with numerous amenities and shopping districts such as Myeong-dong and Apgujeong. Meandering through the middle of the city, the Han River is important to Seoulites both as a cultural symbol and a source of commercial wealth. Thirteen citizen’s parks contain natural education grounds and a full range of sport facilities. ▪▪ Seoul City Tour Korea Tourism Organization Seoul-si Jung-gu Cheonggyecheon-ro 40 (Zip: 100-180) Telephone: +82-2-7299-497~499 Web site: http://www.visitkorea.or.kr ▪▪ Seoul city Tour bus Departure Location In front of Donghwa Duty-free Shops at Gwanghwamun (Subway Line No. 5 to Gwanghwamun Station (Exit #6) Closed Every Mondy Except for Mondays that are holidays Open every day during summer season (4th week of July – August 15) For information, Please call 82-2-777-6090 (Seoul city bus) http://www.seoulcitybus.com/ Sejong Center for the Kyobo Building Performing Arts Dongwho Donga Iibo Duty Free Shop Seoul City Tour Bus Stop Gwanghwamun St.(line 5, exit 6)100
    • Emergency Contact List ▪▪ Country Supporters Country Name Phone Number Australia Marco PANTANO 010-9576-8003 China Joyce ZHOU 010-5186-8003 India / Pakistan Sonia SHRIVASTAVA 010-6852-8003 Japan Yukari IWAMOTO 010-6759-8003 Malaysia Cheng Cheng LOO 010-6807-8003 Philippines Yvonne FLORES 010-4381-8003 Vietnam / Taiwan Uyen HO 010-6514-8003 Korea Sylvia MOON 010-5174-5876 ▪▪ Organizers & ANIS Staff Organization Name Phone Number The Hope Institute Sunkyung HAN 010-3542-3261 The Hope Institute Ahyoung PARK 010-4523-9746 The Hope Institute So Jung RIM 010-9966-7354 The Hope Institute Sungeun LEE 010-2323-2362 Intel Korea Jay LEE 010-8953-2575 Intel Korea Nana KIM 010-6822-6614 ▪▪ Event Staff Company Name Phone Number Genicom Jongmin HONG 010-8823-0914 Genicom Sheena SONG 010-8629-1097 ▪▪ Hotel Hotel Name Phone Number Millennium 010-2753-0726 Jinyoung RIM Seoul Hilton / 010-317-3331 101
    • ▪▪ Embassy (Diplomatic Mission in Korea) Country E-mail adress Phone Number FAX Number Australia seoul_inform@dfat.gov.au (02)2003-0100 (02)722-9264 China   (02)738-1038~40 (02)738-1077 India eoiseoul@shinbiro.com (02)798-4257 (02)796-9534 Indonesia   (02)783-5675/7 (02)780-4280 Japan   (02)2170-5200 (02)734-4528 Malaysia malseoul@kln.gov.my (02)795-9203 (02)794-5488 Pakistan consular@pkembassy.or.kr (02)796-8252/3 (02)796-0313 Philippines seoulpe@philembassy-seoul.com (02)796-7387/8 (02)796-0827 Singapore Singemb_seo@sgmfa.gov.sg (02)774-2464 (02)773-2465 Sri Lanka lankaemb@kornet.net (02)735-2967 (02)737-9577 Thailand rteseoul@kornet.net (02)795-3098 (02)798-3448 U.S.A.   (02)397-4114 (02)738-8845 Vietnam vndsq@yahoo.com (02)739-2065 (02)739-2064102
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