Knowledge Sharing on Fostering Collaborations Through Knowledge Sharing on Korean Culture, Cyber Policing and Gender Equality Leadership – October 7, 2019
PhilKOFA and the University of the Philippines Korea Research Center (UPKRC) collaborated during the 4th Knowledge Sharing Activity highlighting the Korean Culture together with topics on cyber policing and gender equality leadership, which was held last October 07, 2019 in Microtel by Wyndham, UP Technohub, Quezon City.
The activity was attended by 58 participants representing various institutions and organizations such as Office of Civil Defense, Department of Science and Technology, Commission on Higher Education, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Department of Transportation, National Economic and Development Authority, Social Security System, Technological University of the Philippines, Arellano University, Bureau of Internal Revenue, UP Arirang, Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA), UP Faculty, UPKRC, and PhilKOFA members.
The following are the speakers during the activity with their corresponding topics:
|Dr. Aldrin Lee||UPKRC||UPKRC’s Mission, Vision, Goals and Activities|
|Ms. Pia Sison||Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)||Comprehensive Report on the Role of KOICA and its partnership with the Philippines.|
|Ms. Gina Borinaga||PhilKOFA||Mission and Vision of PhilKOFA|
|Engr. Lorenzo Moron||PAGASA||Guest Speaker|
|Ms. Lady Lennoire Partosa Abad||Department of the Interior Local Government – Bohol||Capacity Development of Gender Equality Leadership|
|Ms. Joan Marie B. De Guzman||NICA||Capacity Development on Cyber Policing|
|Mr. Jay Ar Manuel Igno||UPKRC – University of the Philippines Diliman||Training and Development Program for Korean Language and Culture Experts|
Mr. Igno, Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Korean Language in UP Diliman, presented the following modules he took during his two-month training in South Korea:
- Programs to improve linguistic proficiency;
- Theories and educational methodologies to improve the teaching ability of Korean teachers;
- Special lectures on Understanding Korean society and culture and study visits; and
- Country Reporting and Action Plan.
Mr. Igno utilized multi-media platforms such as drama, advertisments, songs and photographs for the participants to have a better understanding of the Korean Language and Culture.
Ms. Eva Marie Wang, former President of Pinoy Iskolars sa Korea (PIKO) – an organization of Filipino scholars in Korea – served as the moderator of the program.