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  • 2019/09/23

    The 7th Asian Social Policy Forum: Social Protection for Older Adults in Korea and ChinaMonday, 23 September 2019 - 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.Mozart Hall, President Hotel, Seoul, KoreaOrganized by KIHASA Program 13:30-14:00 Registration 14:00-14:10 Opening Remarks: Kyunghee Chung, Vice President of KIHASA 14:10-15:40 Session I - Moderated by Duk Sunwoo, Professor, Sungkyul University Presentation 1: "ICT-based Elderly Care Services in Korea," Bo-Hye Joo, Associate Research Fellow, KIHASA Presentation 2: "The Exploration and Practice of the 'Embedded' Aged Care Service Model in Chinese Communities," Xu Yamin, Division Director, PRCMCA Presentation 3: "The Development of an 'Internet-Plus' Elderly Care Model in China," Han Peikun, Senior Researcher, PRCMCA Discussion: Min-Suk Yoon, Research Fellow, The Seoul Institute; Young-Sun Kim, Professor, Kyunghee University 15:40-16:00 Coffee Break 16:00-17:30 Session II - Moderated by Duk Sungwoo, Professor, Sunkyul University Presentation 1: "Current Issues and Challenges of Elderly Care Policy in Korea," Eunna Kang, Research Fellow, KIHASA Presentation 2: "Analysis of the Day Care Model for the Aged in Urban China," Zheng Ziqing, Senior Researcher, PRCMCA Presentation 3: "Measures and Effectiveness of Promoting the Development of Old-age Care and Industry in Guanxi," Xu Xinfa, Division Director, Guangxi Provincial Department of Civial Affairs, Guangxi Province, China  Discussion: Dong-min Seo, Professor, Baekseok University; Yong-ho Chon, Professor, Incheon National University 17:30-18:00 Wrap-up Discussion                                                                        

  • 2019/09/26

    Thursday, 26 September 2019 - 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Hoam Faculty Convention Center, Seoul National UniversityCo-hosted by SNU Social Welfare Research Center and KIHASA Topics for Competition - Using the Korea Welfare Panel data dating from 2006 to 2018, you are to write a paper on one of the following topics: sampling; poverty and income; housing and consumption; health and health care; social insurance; public aid and self-support; child, disabled, elderly, family, women welfare; welfare awareness; life satisfaction; mental health; etc. Qualifications for Competition- Researchers, graduate school students- Contribution fee will be paid to the authors of papers selected for presentation at the competition. Graduate Students Paper Competition Award- KRW 2 million for the 1st place, KRW 1 million for the 2nd place, and KRW 0.5 million for the 3rd place- Award ceremony will take place after paper presentations.

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