UN+UNIFIED Workshop: What’s keeping North Korea and South Korea apart?
Time & Location
About the Event
Kia ora koutou! ‘UN+UNIFIED: What is keeping North Korea and South Korea apart?’ is a FREE event open to all high school students in Aotearoa New Zealand. We are looking for students from all backgrounds, interests and regions to register as participants - no experience is necessary!
This is an opportunity to take part in a fun interactive problem-solving workshop, sharpen your negotiation skills and make new friends from all over the country. You’ll also be in to win a share of $1,000 for creativity, teamwork and excellent communication!
UN+UNIFIED: What's keeping North Korea and South Korea apart?
Stuck in a military stalemate for over 70 years, the Korean Peninsula remains one of the only divided nations in the world. Despite the intervention and involvement of 26 countries, Korea is technically still at war, posing a major threat to global security.
At this event, high school students will step into the shoes of country leaders. You will be guided by volunteers to come up with creative solutions to situations based on real-life challenges. Get ready to shape the trajectory of events as you respond to new circumstances and make decisions on your country’s next steps.
Most of all, you will explore why Korea is yet to reunite and leave with valuable insight into the complexities of international diplomacy.
WHO: All high school students
WHEN: Wednesday 30th June 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm
WHERE: Lion Harbourview Lounge at the Michael Fowler Centre (111 Wakefield Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011)
Register to participate by 11:59 pm Saturday 5th June.
Please contact Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
This is a collaboration event between UN Youth New Zealand and the National Unification Advisory Council of Korea (NUAC) New Zealand Chapter. NUAC's Facebook page is linked here.
We can’t wait to see you there!
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