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October Open Lecture Event: Gyeongsan Cobalt Mine Civilian Massacre

Join the ISC as they visit the mine and speak to bereaved families at the site where more than 3,500 innocent people suspected as North Korean sympathizers were killed. Join the mission to bring history to justice.

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Farming exposure trip in Sangju

Join the ISC in Sangju, Gyeongsang province, for a weekend of farming and discussion about Korea’s agriculture. Link to register: http://bit.ly/1TDUp0D ; 


East Asia From a Korean Perspective 

With the U.S. and Japan agreeing on the U.S.-Japan Defense Cooperation Guidelines in April of this year, the situation in East Asia has become more precarious. The ISC will be hosting a lecture on August 15th on how recent developments in China and Japan influence the Korean Peninsula. 


ISC’s Open Lecture Series July Event: “War, Peace, Reunification”

We can easily forget as foreigners living in Korea that we are living in a forcibly divided country still at war. Join the ISC in a reunification tour to explore regions of significance to the inter-Korean conflict. You can sign up at http://bit.ly/1eTvmEL 


ISC Farming Exposure Trip: Join us in Haenam

The South Jeolla Province’s Haenam region has become one of the most popular areas in Korea for the growing number of people choosing to leave the cities and returning to the country’s rural areas to farm. Haenam’s Misae village is a community of young farmers living and working together to build a new way of life. Join the ISC’s Monthly Open Lecture Series as we take part in the village’s farming, learn about why people are returning to  the land, and speak with Misae’s villagers about their vision for farming and a more sustainable future. To register, please visit http://bit.ly/1KZAqRt


ISC Farming Exposure Trip: Join us in Haenam

The South Jeolla Province’s Haenam region has become one of the most popular areas in Korea for the growing number of people choosing to leave the cities and returning to the country’s rural areas to farm. Haenam’s Misae village is a community of young farmers living and working together to build a new way of life. Join the ISC’s Monthly Open Lecture Series as we take part in the village’s farming, learn about why people are returning to  the land, and speak with Misae’s villagers about their vision for farming and a more sustainable future. To register, please visit http://bit.ly/1KZAqRt 


Ensuring the Queer Culture Festival is Held

Notice of where to wait for submissions of rally declarations 

International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Seoul

Check out the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia at Seoul Station Plaza today May 16th, 2015.  The event starts at 2 pm with information booths, continues with a four o'clock with a 'rainbow bus'  and the main event at 6. I wish I could join but I'm enjoying the Southern Sea with my mother.
Happy IDAHOT!


Call to Action: The Truth Must Not Sink With Sewol

Call to Action: The Truth Must Not Sink With Sewol

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