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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Home
    Descriptive info: .. English.. 한국어.. Home.. About us.. Activity areas.. Events.. Publications.. Press Media.. Partners.. Scholarships.. Internships.. Contact.. Links.. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.. Korea Office.. Rm.. 1101,.. (Samhwan Bldg.. ).. 88 Yulgok-ro,.. Jongno-gu,.. Seoul 110-742.. South Korea.. Phone: 82-2-745-2648/9.. Fax: 82-2-745-6684.. E-mail:.. info@fes-korea.. org.. www.. fes-korea.. International Policy Analysis (IPA).. Department Global Policy and Development.. Videos.. 'What is Social Democracy?.. '.. Welcome to Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Korea Office.. Latest news and events.. Seoul Metropolitan Government-Eco-City Forum-FES Conference.. Structural Change and Sustainable City Development.. , June 13, 2013, Seoul.. Industrialization takes its toll in all industrialized countries.. Cities get cloaked in smog, traffic jams congest the streets and energy production in most parts of the world remains either a dangerous technology or takes a big share in polluting the environment.. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, together with the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the Eco-City Forum, held a conference in Seoul City Hall, on how to organize a sustainable development in urban areas.. It focused on how Germany handles its Energy Transition (energiewende) and, how it affects industries and employment.. The conference was visited by over 150 participants and led to fruitful debates within the audiance.. Download Program.. (Korean and German).. Hope Institute-FES.. 3.. rd.. Korea-Germany Urban Forum.. Green Economy with Citizen Partizipation in Germany.. , June 11-14, 2013, Seoul.. Together with the Hope Institute, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung will hold the 3.. Korea-Germany Urban Forum in which the partners focused on the issue of changing the economy as well as urban centres towards a green future.. Change is inevitable, but whilst doing so, the planning of it can not be done without those who are affected by it the most: The citizens.. Therefore this event focused not only on how to change policies and how to move towards a greener future, but also tried to connect the hard policies with the necessary participation of citizens of a lively democracy.. For almost a week two experts from Germany, Prof.. Matthias Koziol from Brandenburgisch-Technische University  ...   integrational aspects of German and a potential Korean reunification of the Koreas.. The integration of two different models of society and the problems related with such a situation are at hand.. Since Germany has experienced a sudden reunification, speakers will talk about the solutions that have been used to solve inevitable societal tensions and problems.. Conference Proceedings.. FKTU-FES International Seminar How to Resolve Precarious Work Issues in Korea , May 16, 2013, Seoul.. The 1997 Asian financial crisis and the 2007 global financial crisis have significantly worsened the job security of workers in Korea.. The flexibilization of the labor market has become a norm, creating huge number of precarious workers with less rights, constant fear of job loss and no proper access to social security.. As of August 2012, the number of precarious workers in Korea amounted to 8.. 4 million, accounting for almost half of the total working population.. Against this background, the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES,) Korea Office, jointly organized an international seminar in order to review the current situation of precarious workers and discussed ways on how to resolve the issue by sharing and exchanging views with oversea experts and trade unionists.. Latest publications.. The Economy of Tomorrow How to produce socially just, sustainable and green dynamic growth for a Good Society.. Marc Saxer (June 2013).. In Korean language.. Is It Possible to Overcome the Euro Crisis?.. Ahn, Suck-kyo (June 2013).. Regulatory Strategies for Temporary Agency Workers at IG Metall in Germany.. Chong, Won Ho (May 2013).. Economic Democracy: Experiences from Europe and Approaches in Korea.. Ahn, Doo-Soon (April 2013).. Social Democracy Reader I: Foundations of Social Democracy.. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Institute for Democracy, published by Hanul.. Social Democracy Reader II: Economics and Social Democracy.. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Institute for Democracy and Policies, published by Hanul.. Social Democracy Reader III: Welfare State and Social Democracy.. Top.. Print.. 19.. 07.. 2013 Christoph Pohlmann.. Imprint..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Home
    Descriptive info: 재단 소개.. 주요 활동 영역.. 재단 활동.. 발간 자료.. 언론 미디어.. 협력 기관 및 단체.. 장학 프로그램.. 인턴쉽.. 프리드리히 에버트 재단.. 한국 사무소.. 서울시 종로구 율곡로 88.. (운니동 삼환빌딩) 1101호.. (우) 110-742.. 전화: 02-745-2648/9.. 팩스: 02-745-6684.. e-mail:.. FES 한국사무소 Flyer.. 비디오.. '사회 민주주의란 무엇인가?.. '.. (영어 자료).. 프리드리히 에버트 재단 홈페이지를 방문해 주셔서 감사합니다.. 행사.. 서울시-생태도시포럼-FES 포럼 지속가능한 도시 발전을 향한 구조 변화: 독일의 예.. , 2013년 6월 13일, 서울.. 산업화는 모든 선진국에서 사용하는 도구이다.. 도시는 스모그로 덮이고, 거리는 교통 체증으로 몸살을 앓고 있다.. 대부분 국가에서는 에너지 생산을 위해 위험한 기술을 계속 사용하고 있고 이는 환경을 오염시키는 주된 요인이다.. 프리드리히 에버트 재단은 서울시와 생태도시포럼과 공동으로 포럼을 개최하여, 도시에서 지속가능한 발전을 하는 방법에 대해 논의하였다.. 이 포럼의 중점 주제는 독일의 에너지 전환(Energiewende) 사례와 에너지 전환이 독일의 산업과 노동자에게 미친 영향이다.. 프로그램.. 희망제작소-FES 제 3차.. 한독 도시 교류 포럼.. 참여로 일구는 녹색 경제, 독일의 경험을 나누다.. , 2013년 6월 11-14일, 서울.. 프리드리히 에버트 재단(FES)은.. 희망제작소.. 와.. 공동으로 제 3차 한독 도시 포럼 참여로 일구는 녹색 경제, 독일의 경험을 나누다 를 개최한다.. 당면한 환경 문제의 위기를 극복하기 위해서는 변화가 불가피하고, 그 변화의 주체는 시민이어야 한다.. 이.. 포럼에서는 녹색 미래를 향한 정책을 어떻게 바꾸어야 하는지와 민주주의를 강화하기 위해 시민의 참여를 어떻게 이끌어 낼 것인지에 대해 초점을 맞추었다.. 독일에서 두 명의 전문가, 마티아스 코숄 교수(브란덴부르크 코트부스 공과대학)와 위르겐 하르트비히 공동 대표(프라이부르크  ...   학술 회의를 개최했다.. 이 회의에서는 독일과 한국의 전문가들이 모여 서로 다른 두 사회가 통합한다는 것이 어떤 의미이며, 독일이 경험한 내적 통합과 한국이 맞이할 통일에 관해 토론하였다.. 또한, 독일이 갑작스런 통일을 경험했기 때문에 독일 전문가들은 통일 이후 피할 수 없는 사회적 긴장과 문제의 해결책에 관해서도 발표하였다.. 국제회의 자료집.. 한국노총-FES 국제 세미나 '.. 비정규직 해법 모색.. , 2013년 5월 16일, 서울.. 1997년 아시아 금융 위기와 2007년 글로벌 금융 위기로 인해 한국 노동자의 직업 안정성이 심각하게 악화되고 있다.. 노동시장의 유연화가 일반적 규범이 되면서 노동자의 권익은 줄어들고, 실직에 대한 불안이 늘고 있으며, 사회 보장 혜택을 덜 받는 수많은 비정규직이 양산되고 있다.. 2012년 8월 현재, 한국 비정규직 노동자 수는 840만 명이며, 이는 전체 노동자의 거의 절반에 해당된다.. 이러한 현실 인식에 따라 한국노총과 프리드리히 에버트 재단은 공동으로 프랑스, 독일, 덴마크, 일본, 한국의 전문가를 모시고 비정규직 문제의 해법을 찾기 위해 국제 토론의 장을 마련하였다.. 최근 발간 자료.. 좋은 사회를 만들기 위한 사회적으로 정의롭고 지속가능한 녹색의 역동적 성장, 어떻게 이룰 것인가?.. 마르크 작서.. 유로 위기의 극복은 가능한가.. 안석교.. 독일 금속노조의 파견 근로 규제: 전략과 성과.. 정원호.. 경제 민주화: 유럽의 경험과 한국적 접근.. 안두순.. South Korea as a Non-Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council 2013/2014.. 최아진.. 독일의 개발협력 정책.. 미하엘 보네트.. 사회민주주의 총서 I: 사회민주주의의 기초.. 프리드리히에버트재단/민주정책연구원 공동 기획, 한울 아카데미 발간.. 사회민주주의 총서 II: 경제와 사회민주주의.. 사회민주주의 총서 III: 복지국가와 사회민주주의.. 12..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - About us
    Descriptive info: FES Headquarters.. FES Korea.. FES Korea Staff.. 1101,.. ).. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES).. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) was founded in 1925 as a political legacy of Germany s first democratically elected president, Friedrich Ebert.. Ebert, a Social Democrat from a humble crafts background who had risen to hold the highest political office in his country, in response to his own painful experience in political confrontation had proposed the establishment of a foundation to serve the following aims:.. Furthering political and social education of individuals from all walks of life in the spirit of democracy and pluralism,.. Facilitating access to university education and research for gifted young people by providing scholarships,.. Contributing to international understanding and cooperation.. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, which was banned by the Nazis in 1933 and re-established in 1947, continues today to pursue these aims in all its extensive activities.. As a private non-profit institution, it is committed to the ideas and basic values of social democracy.. Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925).. Friedrich Ebert served from 1919 to 1925 as the first President of the Weimar Republic.. He advocated the development of parliamentary democracy, viewed himself as the president of all Germans, and was committed to a politics geared to social balance and compromise.. Born on February 4, 1871, in Heidelberg, the son of a tailor, Ebert went on from primary school to learn the saddler s trade.. During his journeyman years, in 1889, he joined the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD),  ...   was voted into the Reichstag, the Imperial Parliament, with the SPD posting its greatest-ever election victory and becoming the largest parliamentary party.. During the First World War Ebert, who had been elected chairman of the SPD in 1913, sought, ultimately in vain, to hold together the party s wings, which had become divided over the issue of war credits.. Following the demise of the German monarchy, Ebert, in the course of the November Revolution of 1918, briefly served as Chancellor.. He succeeded in preventing the establishment of a system of workers councils patterned on the Russian Soviet model as well as in having an election called for a democratic German National Assembly.. This was a clear commitment in the face of resistance, even in the SPD to parliamentary democracy, and it set the stage for the creation of an order of German society based on liberty and pluralism.. Elected President in 1919, he was to have many crisis to negotiate, with government coalitions disintegrating, the economic situation worsening, and political assassinations poisoning the political atmosphere.. Convinced of the need to protect Germany s new parliamentary democracy, Ebert made some unpopular decisions, and was subjected to libel and slander, some of it of a highly personal nature.. On one point, though, he remained unshakable: Democracy needs democrats.. Following his untimely death, in 1925, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) was established.. And within FES, Friedrich Ebert's political legacy lives on today.. 20.. 03..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Activity areas
    Descriptive info: German unification.. Inter-Korean dialogue.. Civil society.. Welfare state and economy.. Mostly in cooperation with.. partner institutions.. , FES Korea is organizing conferences, workshops and discussions, conducting research and issuing articles and publications in the following areas:.. Sharing the experiences of.. Promoting.. inter-Korean dialogue.. and conducting trust building activities involving the  ...   the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia.. Strengthening South Korean.. civil society.. in order to promote participatory democracy, human rights and civil liberties.. Initiating political, academic and trade-union dialogue between Germany/Europe and Korea on the.. future of the welfare state.. and the.. economy of tomorrow.. 10.. 12.. 2012 Christoph Pohlmann..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Events
    Descriptive info: 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 88 Yulgok-ro,.. Events 2013.. Below is a list of current and past events of FES Korea.. If you are interested in a particular event, please contact us for further information, conference materials, etc.. Information Brochure on South-North biography dialogues, June 2013, Seoul.. FES Korea and Korea dialogue Academy have launched a program of biography dialogues between ordinary citizens from South Korea and refugees from North Korea living in the South.. These biography dialogues aim at fostering social integration of North Korean refugees into South Korean society by increasing knowledge about each other's life stories and therby overcoming deeply rooted prejudices.. The biography dialogues are modelled after a successful initiative in Germany which has practiced by the Ost-West-forum between East and West Germans for over 15 years.. We hope that this initiative can contribute to preparing Korean society for an eventual re-unification of the Korean Peninsula.. FES and Korea Dialogue Academy aim at holding these biography dialogues with like-minded partners throughout Korea.. This.. information brochure.. has been developed in order to provide basic information about the method and applicability of the biography dialogues.. If you are interested in the initiative, please feel free to get in touch with FES Korea Office or Korea Dialogue Academy anytime.. Information Broshure on Nord-South biography dialogues.. (Korean).. For almost a week twoo experts from Germany, Ptof.. Matthias Koziol from Brandenburgisch-Technische University cottbus and Mr.. Juergen Hartwig from Freiburg visited many sites in Seoul metropolitan area and in Suwon to exchange views and solutions to problems in modern urban development as well as the implementation of mechanisms to enable citiens to participate.. Especially the energy sector and the way buildiing are constructed played a major role.. With respect to the case of Freiburg, the potential role mode of a ecological-participatory city quarter like Vauban received a lot of attention.. Against this background, the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), Korea Office, jointly organized an international seminar in order to review the current situation of precarious workers and discussed ways on how to resolve the issue by sharing  ...   representatives of the Korean Health and Medical Workers' Union (KHMU) got together with the German United Services Trade Union ver.. di for an exchange of information and experiences.. The working conditions of hospital workers as well as the managerial system of German hospitals in particular are of major interest to the delegation.. Other topics, such as German hospital accreditation standards and the political activity of the DGB and ver.. di, are also addressed in order to get impules for future strategies.. The visit was in line with a regular exchange between KHMU and ver.. di, following the visit of the latter to Korea in 2010.. KDA-FES Biography Dialogue, February 23-24, 2013, Kapyeong.. In order to create understanding and share experiences, Noth Korean refugees now living in South Korea and South Korean individuals participated in a two-day workshop co-organized by FES Korea and Korea Dialogue Academy (KDA) in Kapyeong.. By talking about their personal histories, the participants learned about each other's struggles coming to South Korea and facing discrimination and hardships.. As various ages and occupational groups were involved, the round of talks resulted in a variety of moving stories, leading to an enlightening expericence for all participants.. The biography dialogue round was held for the third time so as to foster integration and to overcome prejuices between North and South Koreans.. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung one of the leading global think tanks.. According to the.. Global Think Report 2012.. recently.. published by the University of Pennsylvania, FES has again been assessed as one of the most influential Think Tanks in the world.. Globally, FES is ranked number 37, amongst the.. Non-US Think Tanks.. , it is holding number 18.. Through its vast international network specifically in developing countries, FES is perceived as a very important organization in framing and shaping development cooperation: in the category of.. International Development Think Tanks.. , FES is on rank 24.. But also the quality of its policy proposals is widely appreciated: within.. Think Tanks with most Innovative Policy Proposals.. FES is even on rank 23.. For more detailed information access the report published under:.. Download PDF-File..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Publications
    Descriptive info: FES Information Series.. Books and Studies.. Publications of FES Korea.. FES Korea regularly publishes two kinds of publications: books/studies and the FES Information Series.. You can download issues of FES Information Series.. here.. If you are interested in accessing all digitalized publications of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, please go to.. FES Digital Library.. Concerning book publications and studies please feel free to contact us if you are interested in a specific publication.. 26.. 06..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Press & Media
    Descriptive info: Seoul Daily, 15.. 2013.. Building trust through exchanges is the first step towards an intenal unity.. Mr.. Christoph Pohlmann.. to.. article.. Deutsche Welle, 14.. Sorge, aber keine Panik.. Interview with Mr.. Interview.. (German).. Kukminilbo, 19.. The German and European social democracy: History, challenges, perspectives and innovation potential.. tbs eFM This Morning, 10.. Germany as the inspiration of Korean politics.. (English).. Deutsche Welle, 30.. 04.. Nordkorea hat neue Fakten geschaffen.. Vorwärts, 08.. Christoph Pohlmann on the current situation on the Korean peninsula.. Deutsche Welle, 03.. Spirale der Provokation in Korea.. Hessischer Rundfunk, 02.. Es hat eine neue rhetorische Dimension.. MP 3 download.. Tages-Anzeiger, 31.. Die Nordkoreaner wollen sich das  ...   02.. Neujahrsansprache des nordkoreanischen Staatsführers Kim Jong Un.. Pressian, 26.. 11.. 2012.. Debate on Economic Democratization in Korea from a German Perspective.. Chinese news magazine Life Week ,.. 17.. Parliamentary elections in South Korea.. (Chinese).. Tages Anzeiger, 13.. Der Prestigeverlust ist ernorm.. Deutschlandradio, 12.. Neue Provokation durch Nordkorea?.. Hankyung Newpapers, 03.. Both.. left and.. right-wing.. forces attacked Prime Minister.. Brandt.. but.. he did not.. lose.. the original intention.. Deutsche Welle, 20.. 2011.. Tod von Kim Jong Il.. Südkorea ist die Spannungen gewohnt.. Hessischer Rundfunk, 19.. Hankyeoreh, 14.. After Fukushima: The end of the Global Renaissance of Nuclear Energy.. Hankyeoreh, 24.. Hankyeoreh, 22.. The European welfare state will continue..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Partners
    Descriptive info: Partner institutions.. The collaboration between Korean organizations and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung began in the late.. 1960s with the opening of an office in Seoul.. While the form of partnership has changed over the years the basic aims and objectives have not changed.. In Korea we want to foster dialogue between Korean and German institutions towards identifying appropriate policies, and towards identifying the most appropriate relationship between Korea and Germany, Korea and Europe and Asia and Europe.. The Foundation wants to contribute towards a social and pluralistic democracy and the adoption of socially balanced economic policies as a way to sustainable development..  ...   University.. Hope Institute.. Korea Civic Education Institute for Democracy (KOCEI).. Korean Civil Peace Forum.. Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU).. Korea Dialogue Academy (KDA).. Korea Democracy Foundation (KDF).. Korean-German Academy of Economics and Management (KDGW).. Korea Health Medical Workers Union (KHMU).. Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP).. Korea Labour Institute (KLI).. Korea Labor and Society Institute (KLSI).. Korean Metal Worker's Unions (KMWU).. Korea Peace Forum.. Korea Sharing Movement (KSM).. Korea Women s Associations United (KWAU).. Korea Women Link (KWL).. Korea Women Workers Association (KWWA).. Ministry of Unification, Korea.. People s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD).. Welfare State Society (WSS).. 22..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Scholarships
    Descriptive info: FES offers a variety of scholarship programs, as outlined below.. Scholarships for university students and PhD candidates in Germany.. The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung was founded in 1925 with the goal to support poor German students from a blue-collar background to study at German universities, as they could not afford tuition fees on their own.. Therefore, supporting talented and socially committed young people continues to be part of FES's mission.. Every year, FES supports foreign applicants who already study or do their doctor s degree in Germany.. Up to 40 students from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe can be admitted to the scholarship program every year.. Therefore, FES can also support Korean applicants who are already studying, or doing their postgraduate studies, in Germany at the time of application.. For more detailed information on the FES scholarship program, inlcuding eligibility criteria, benefits and how to apply for a scholarship, please refer to the.. website.. of FES Head Office or contact FES Korea Office.. Research scholarships for scholars and activists with academic background.. FES grants scholarships for research in Germany on a  ...   institution (e.. g.. a university institute), preferably prior to application, but latest well before departure for Germany.. Please note that the research scholarship program is a global FES initiative and suitable candidates are selected by the FES Head Office, not by FES Korea.. Scholarships for Global Labour University (.. GLU.. ).. GLU Master programs are particularly designed for activists of the trade union movement and labor-related civil society organizations.. The Global Labour University is supported by the.. International Labour Organisation (ILO).. , the.. Hans-Boeckler-Stiftung (HBS).. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES).. Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ).. The number of scholarships is limited; endorsement by a trade union and a contribution of 1500 Euro from the supporting trade union or another donor are a prerequisite for a scholarship.. The Global Labour University (GLU) network is offering the following Masters Programs:.. 'Labour Policies and Globalisation' (Germany).. 'Labour and Development', 'Economic Policy', 'Globalisation and Labour' (South Africa).. 'Social Economy and Labour' (Brazil).. 'Globalisation and Labour' (India).. with focus on sustainable development, social justice, international labor standards and trade unions, economic policies and global institutions.. 16..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Internships
    Descriptive info: The Korea Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung regularly offers internships to students who want to experience the working environment of a political foundation and who have completed at least the first three years of their studies, but also recent graduates.. A study background in political science, sociology, economics or related areas of study has proven to be most advantageous.. Any social engagement and interest in international cooperation is welcome.. The intern should have a very good command of both German and English.. Office language is German.. Tasks and format of internship.. Besides independent preparation and organization of conferences and visitor programs, participation in seminars and workshops, research and writing of texts and papers, assistance in daily office work; it is possible to identify an area of particular interest interns can focus on during their internship.. The duration of the internship should not be less than 2 months and should not be more than 3 months.. This is an unpaid internship and FES cannot offer any compensation for any expenses during the stay due to federal German budget guidelines.. You should be open-minded to the surrounding and the culture and be able to adapt  ...   financial regulations FES cannot pay interns any allowances or honoraria.. Interns must bear all costs (transport, including the flight to South Korea, board and lodging) themselves.. we therefore strongly recommend that applicants seek other funding in good time.. There are several possibilities for funding.. http://www.. daad.. de/ausland/praktika/foerderung/00735.. de.. html.. das-neue-bafoeg.. de/de/384.. php.. Application.. In order to arrange a possible assignment, an application in German or English language should be submitted well in advance.. Thereby, the following items have to be included:.. Curriculum Vitae.. application with a statement of interest.. subject areas and activities of particular interest.. period of time and preferred dates for internship.. Please note that FES Korea only accepts interns during the period of February-June and September to December per year.. Application deadlines.. are as follows:.. 1.. st.. December.. for the following February-June period and.. May.. for the September-December period.. Please send your application and the required documents by email to.. Accommodation.. FES cannot provide accommodation: Interns must organize their own.. However, we are happy to help you with information about where to look.. Information on Seoul on the web (also for accommodation).. http://english.. seoul.. go.. kr/lh/main.. http://seoul.. asiaxpat.. com.. 05..

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  • Title: Welcome, Korea Office, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung e.V. - Contact
    Descriptive info: Directions.. Public transport:.. Please use subway line 3 (orange) and stop at.. Anguk (stop No.. 328).. Use.. exit No.. 4.. and turn right at the corner of the Japanese Cultural Center.. Go straight to Changdeokgung.. The Office is located at the 11.. floor of the.. Samhwan Building.. , which can be found next to the Garden Tower Building just across the Changdeokgung.. Taxi:.. Please direct the taxi driver to Changdeokgung.. Parking space is available at the Samhwan Building.. Map of FES Korea.. Phone: + 82-2-745-2648/9.. Fax: + 82-2-745-6684.. Location of FES Korea.. View Larger Map.. 02..

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