1ST "CONFERENCE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS LEADERS OF THE NEXT GENERATION"
The 1st “Conference for Human Rights Leaders of the Next Generation” was held at Korea University International Studies Hall on April 1, 2016, hosted by SSK Human Rights Forum.
The main objective of this conference was sharing ideas related with human right issues and learning it from other graduate students.
The conference was divided into three sessions in which respective students presented the three best papers of the 2016 SSK Human Rights Forum Student Paper Competition. Graduate students also presented outstanding papers concerning various human rights issues written in both Korean and English. Those papers are listed below.
|Sunhwa Son||Yonsei UniversityDepartment of Public Administration||“Analysis of Factors on the Human Rights Management of Korean Corporations.”|
|HeeHoon Park||Yonsei UniversitySchool of Business||“A Study on the Guarantee of “Political Rights of Youth: Focusing on the Freedom of Political Party Activity.”|
|Weonwu Kim||Sungkyunkwan UniversitySchool of Law||“Critical Analysis on the Backlash of Personal Liberty and Right to Privacy in South Korea Under the Context of Global Counter-Terrorism Current”|
|Jiyeon Lee||Yonsei UniversityDepartment of Political Science||“Analyzing the Success of Economic Sanctions on the Improvement of Human Rights.”|
|Yewon Kwon||Yonsei UniversityDepartment of Political Science||“A Study on Success Factors in Steps of Human Rights Sanctions: Focusing on the Estimated Cost and the Real Cost.”|
|Hunchel Jeon||Seoul National UniversityDepartment of Economics||“Social Factors on the Development of Civil Rights.”|
|Kyoungil Yoo||Korea UniversityGraduate School of International Studies||“Communication of Favoritism: An Analysis on the Isolated Status of the Older Generation in Society from Political Communication.”|
|Marilyn Glele Ahanhanzova||Korea UniversityGraduate School of International Studies||“The Role of Social Justice and Urban Planning in Human Rights Improvements in Cities of the Global South.”|
|Angela Lee Sherman||Yonsei UniversityGraduate School of International Studies||“Female Marriage Migrants in South Korea: Resilient Ethnic Nationalism, Biased Duality of Citizenship, and Misguided Multicultural Policy.”|