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International Workshop

  • Cooperation
  • International Workshop

Goal

  • To strengthen cooperation between nations that have a well-developed veterans support system in place
  • To respond to new needs in this age of globalization
  • To promote policy exchanges in the field of veterans affairs and to raise the quality of veteran policies

Workshop Outline

Year, Presentation Topics, Date and Venue, Invited Nations
Year Presentation Topics Date and Venue Invited Nations
2018(14th)
  • Nationwide memorial ceremonies and programs
  • Fostering a network between UN allied nations
9.17~9.22 Millennium Seoul Hilton Ahn Junggeun Memorial Museum U.S.A. Australia Canada New Zealand
2017(13th)
  • Snapshot of policies for discharged servicewomen
  • Comparison of veterans agencies in each country
9.26~9.30 War Memorial Sejong Government Complex U.S.A. Australia Canada New Zealand
2016(12th)
  • Implications of the Korean War on world history
  • The role of the Armistice Agreement and UN Command
  • Ways to improve rehabilitation policies for veterans
9.6~9.11 Samjung Hotel U.S.A. Australia Canada New Zealand
2015(11th)
  • How to strengthen cooperative ties among UN allied nations and to help maintain the ties for the next generation
  • Education prorgram to enhance patriotic spirit
  • Customized Welfare service for elderly veterans
10.21~10.22 National Assembly U.S.A Canada Australia Germany
2014(10th) Medical support system for Veterans Affairs Veterans employment support program Direction for foreign affairs in Veterans Affairs to raise awareness on the importance of the Armistice agreement, the UN Force Participation 10.13~10.14 National Assembly U.S.A New Zealand
2013(9th) Commemoration of 60th Anniversary of Armistice and succession to Next Generation
  • Veterans Policy and Job Creation measure
9.3~9.4 National Assembly Australia Canada New ZealandU.S.A
2012(8th)
  • Compensation for persons of national merit
  • How to facilitate rehabilitation program
  • System and program to enhance love of nation
9.3~9.4 Grand Convention Center Australia Canada Turkey New Zealand U.S.A
2011(7th)
  • Physical examination system for re-judgment of national meritorious persons and examination standards regarding national meritorious persons with tinnitus, post-traumatic stress disorder and/or complex regional pain syndrome
  • Provision of medical services to aged national meritorious persons, etc.
9.1~9.2 SamJung Hotel Australia Canada Germany New Zealand U.S.A
2010(6th)
  • How do the public (central/federal and local governments) and private sectors cooperate to ensure effective delivery of services for veterans
  • Key activities of the veterans' organizations for their members and Community in general, and their ways to cooperate with the central/federal and local governments
8.26~8.27 KimKoo Museum Australia Canada France Germany New Zealand U.S.A
2009(5th)
  • Commemoration ceremonies to inspire patriotism
  • Policy and systems for rehabilitation of veterans
8.31~9.1 KimKoo Museum Australia Canada Germany New Zealand Taiwan U.S.A
2008(4th)
  • Administration of National Cemeteries and Burial Benefits
  • Employment support and assisting readjustment to civilian life
9.2~9.3 KimKoo Museum Australia Canada France Taiwan U.S.A
2007(3rd)
  • Classification system for progressive diseases
  • Long-term care and nursing for aged veterans
6.26~6.27 War Memorial Australia Canada France Taiwan U.S.A
2006(2rd)
  • Disability evaluation and benefit system
  • Health care for aged veterans
8.28~8.29 KimKoo Museum Australia Canada France Taiwan U.S.A
2005(1st)
  • Introduction of each nation's veterans program
6.22~6.23 KimKoo Museum Australia Canada France Germany Taiwan U.S.A