TNKR presented at the 2018 Korean Association for Multicultural Education (KAME). I introduced about TNKR, then TNKR co-founder Eunkoo Lee discussed feedback she has received from refugees in TNKR. One of our coaches, Dongkeun Han, was in the audience, so I asked him to come to the microphone.

Missing was TNKR Senior Fellow Tony Docan-Morgan, who drafted the paper and PPT, but wasn’t able to join us.

We were on a great panel, Changes from North Korea and Voices from North Korean Defectors:

  • Analysis of NK’s Social Change & the Role of NGOs in Education, Sokeel Park (LiNK: Liberty in North Korea, Korea)
  • Strength of Integration, John Chon (Daum School, Korea)
  • Social and Economic Integration of North Korean Defectors, Hanna Song (NKDB: Database Center for North Korean Human Rights)
  • “Hello, Konglish!” North Korean Refugees Learning English to Adjust to Life Outside of North Korea, Casey Lartigue Jr., Eunkoo Lee (TNKR: Teach North Korean Refugees, Korea), Tony Docan-Morgan (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse USA)
  • Becoming Bridge Figures: Reimagining the Valued Citizenship in the Future Unified Korean Peninsula through Young North Korean Migrants’ Narratives, Stella Mi Cheong Cheong (University College London, UK)

  • Becoming Bridge Figures: Reimagining the Valued Citizenship in the Future Unified Korean Peninsula through Young North Korean Migrants’ Narratives Stella Mi Cheong Cheong (University College London, UK)

  • Social and Economic Integration of North Korean Defectors, Hanna Song (NKDB: Database Center for North Korean Human Rights)

  • Analysis of NK’s Social Change & the Role of NGOs in Education, Sokeel Park (LiNK: Liberty in North Korea, Korea)

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  • Strength of Integration, John Chon (Daum School, Korea)

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