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Within the dynamic scope of international health and welfare 13 trends due to globalization, KIHASA has endeavored to promote an open exchange of ideas, experiences and information on health and welfare among scholars and policy-makers from around the world and conduct joint research projects with international organizations.

Cooperative Organizations

  • The EWC (East-West Center)
  • Collaborative host for holding an international seminar with UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund)
  • ISSA (International Social Security Association)
  • NIPSSR (National Institute of Population and Social Security Research)
  • NIPH (National Institute of Public Health)
  • TPIFP (Taiwan Provincial Institute of Family Planning)
  • World Health Organization (WHO)

International symposium & Workshop

  • The 21st Global Social Security Forum: Features of the Indian Economic and Social System: Focusing on Regional Diversity (14 August 2019)
  • International Symposium on Better Access towards Community-Based Mental Health Service (13 August 2019)
  • The 3rd Korea-Japan Annual Social Policy Forum: The Future of Aging, Immigration and Care Work (23 May 2019)
  • The 1st International Symposium on Strengthening the Publicness of Health Care (27 March 2019)
  • The 20th Global Social Security Forum: Historical Comparison of Korea, China and Japan’s Poverty Policies (14 March 2019)
  • The 19th Global Social Security Forum: Driving Progress Towards Universal Health Coverage in Asia (13 February 2019)
  • The 2nd Inclusive Welfare Forum: Poverty, Income Distribution, and Policy Responses in Korea, China, and Japan (25 January 2019)

Research Coordination

  • Development of long and short-term research plans
  • Evaluation of projects and performance
  • Operation of domestic public relations program
  • International researches on health and welfare
  • International consulting projects
  • Research exchanges with foreign research institutes
  • Coordination of international conferences