Organization (General)

ATEK (Association for Teachers of English in Korea)

The Association for Teachers of English in Korea is a new organization for teachers of English in Korea and their supporters.
 
Our goal is to provide English instructors with a voice. Our mission is to:
 
advance English education as an art, science and profession;
advocate for and represent members to all levels of stakeholders in English education;
improve the living and working conditions of members;
improve the usefulness of English teachers through high standards of ethics and conduct and provision of advice related to the same;
increase and spread best practices in education through meetings, professional contacts, reports, papers, discussions, publications, and online forums;
and provide a community where English teachers can come together in a spirit of mutual collaboration to advance their common goals.

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BIWA - Busan International Women's Association

The Busan International Women's Association is a charitable social and cultural organization open to women living in the Busan and Kyungsang Namdo area of South Korea. As a non-profit organization we raise money to help those in the local Korean community who are in need.

BIWA encourages friendship, support, and cultural exchange between our international and Korean members by organizing a wide variety of social and cultural activities. 

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ISKA (International Spouses of Koreans Association)

Iskakorea.com is the official homepage of the International Spouses of Koreans Association (ISKA), a support group for non-Korean women who are married to Korean based in Seoul, Korea. Opened in February 15, 2003, this website aims to serve as a gateway of information related to the marriage and relationship between foreigners and Koreans and to provide a venue for online interaction not only for its members, but also to those who are concerned with the issues on interracial marriages in Korea.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who help each other stay sober one day at a time.  There are no leaders, rules, or fees in our fellowship.  Our sole purpose is to help those interested live a happy, sane, sober life by applying the twelve steps.   

 

The Way Down South in Busan Group is an OPEN Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, which means that anyone interested in our program and fellowship is welcome--whether they have a desire to stop drinking or not.

 

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BIWA (Busan International Women's Association)

The Busan International Women's Association is a charitable social and cultural organization open to women living in the Busan and Kyungsang Namdo area of South Korea. As a non-profit organization we raise money to help those in the local Korean community who are in need.


At BIWA we encourage friendship, support, and cultural exchange between our international and Korean members by organizing a wide variety of social and cultural activities.

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