Special Forum with the Mayor of Seoul: Participatory Risk Governance and Monitory Democracy: Major Findings and Policy Recommendation (Nov. 24) print   
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On November 24, invited guests for the international conference " The Challenge of Risk Society and Seoul Initiative - Participatory Risk Governance and Monitory Democracy" will present their policy recommendations at the Grand Conference Hall of City Hall. The Mayor of Seoul, Won-Soon Park, will be in attendance and will also give congratulatory remarks.


Special Forum with the Mayor of Seoul

 

Participatory Risk Governance and Monitory Democracy:

Major Findings and Policy Recommendation

 

November 24, 2015

Venue: Seoul City Hall Grand Conference Hall

 

 

[Program]

 

13:00-13:30       Registration

13:30-14:00       Dialogue with the Mayor of Seoul

n  Moderator: Kim Soo-Hyun (President, The Seoul Institute)

1)      Monitory Democracy for the Future of Seoul

-          John Keane (Professor, University of Sydney)

2)      Participatory Risk Governance for the Future of Seoul

-          Mark Bevir (Professor, UC Berkeley)

3)      The Seoul Project and Policy Recommendations

-          Han Sang-Jin (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University)

4)      Presentation of Policy Recommendation Materials

-          Shim Young-Hee (Executive Director, Joongmin Foundation for Social Theory)

5)      Words of Gratitude and Congratulations

-          Park Wonsoon (Mayor of Seoul)

6)      Photo Session

 

14:00-14:40       Major Findings of the Seoul Project 2015

n  Moderator: Byun Miree (The Seoul Institute)

1)      Seoul Citizens’ Evaluation of Sewol Ferry Disaster and MERS Trauma

-          Han Sang-Jin (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University)

 


 

 

 

14:40-16:30       Policy Recommendations

n  Moderator: Han Sang-Jin (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National University)

1)       Institutionalization of the Role of Risk Monitor

-         Shim Young-Hee (Executive Director, Joongmin Foundation for Social Theory)

2)      Disaster Mapping for Risk Governance of Seoul

-         Ghim Ghi-Hoon (Researcher, The Institute for Social Development and Policy Research, Seoul National Univeristy)

3)       Social Isolation of Elderly and City Policies for Social Service Network in Europe

-          Gilles Campagnolo (Professor, Aix-Marseille University)

4)       Lessons from U.S. Hurricane Sandy for Effective Use of Information

-          Oh Namkyung (Professor, University of Akron)

5)       Establishing a Risk Assessment Team for New Infectious Diseases

-          Hong Sung-Geuk (Sheikh Khalifa Specialty Hospital)

6)       Lessons from the Social Governance Experiment of Qinghe in Beijing

-          Zheng Lu (Professor, Tsinghua University)

7)       Migrant Issues in Seoul and the Policy of Inclusion

-          Lee Garam (PhD Candidate, Yonsei University)

8)       Learning from Harvard Dialogue Model to Reduce History Conflict in East Asia

-          Brendan Howe (Professor, Ewha Woman’s University)

9)       Support system for North Korean defectors under the banner of social integration

-          Kim Hak-Jae (Free University of Berlin Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Research Associate)

10)   Comments

-          Official of Seoul Metropolitan Government

-          John Keane (Professor, University of Sydney)

-          Mark Bevir (Professor, UC Berkeley)

 

 

16:30-18:30       Cultural Excursion

18:30-                Dinner

 

 

     23. Munich Cosmo-Climate Workshop (Dec. 10-11)
     21. The Challenge of Risk Society and Seoul Initiative - Participatory Risk Governance and Monitory Democracy (Nov. 23-25)