* Date : 2019-10-10
Back in February, Phan Thi Kim Phuc, known as the "napalm girl" after a well-known photo of her from the Vietnam war, was awarded the 2019 Dresden Peace Prize in recognition of her work with UNESCO and as an activist for peace. That photo exposed the horrors of the Vietnam War to the world and also left Kim Phuc bitter and full of hatred. Still, she found hope after tragedy. Look back at the path of her life to seek for the way to peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Han Mi-mi is a founding member of the Korean Women's Movement for Peace (KWMP) and the vice president of World Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA). On September 20, Han, as the representative of the KWMP, held a press conference in Seoul's Gwanghwamun Square to underline the importance of women's participation in ending war and building peace on the Korean Peninsula, together with American feminist and social-political activist Gloria Steinem. Why are women the key to peace and what is female leadership for peace? Learn more about it with Han Mi-mi.
Areumdri is a multicultural children's choir that has performed with Grammy Award-winning Soprano Jo Su-mi and at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games. Founded in 2008, the choir is composed of some 30 children from multicultural families and spreads messages of peace and harmony to the world. Meet the choir members and find out about the peace and harmony they truly dream of.