Diplomatically Engaging with North Korea: A German Perspective

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Diplomatically Engaging with North Korea: A German Perspective

Lecture by Friedrich Lohr, the former German Ambassador to the DPRK, who will be discussing his unique experiences and insights about North Korea.

Thanks to the generous support from the Political Science and German Departments.

There will be Korean food as well as a reception with amazing baked goods! Come join us after the lecture for our ANKHR general meeting at 8pm as well!

We hope to see you there!

Wednesday November 19th, PNE239

6:00pm Dinner (with Korean food)

6:30pm Friedrich Lohr Lecture

7:30pm Reception (with Swissbakers)

8:00 ANKHR General Meeting

ANKHR Coffeehouse

imageJoin our annual coffeehouse by Advocates for North Korean Human Rights (ANKHR)!
Thursday November 6th, 6:30-8:30pm
Lulu Anderson Forum (fireplace area)
Hotteok and Yuja tea for sale
Come for a study break with some great performances and food to keep you warm and happy!
Proceeds will go to the National Coalition for the Divided Families.
 

North Korean Women in Business

Choson Exchange - Desmond Lim LectureJoin us to hear Desmond Lim talk about his work at the Choson Exchange, a not-for-profit, running business related workshops for North Koreans, both in Pyongyang, but also in Singapore and Beijing. In particular, he will also be speaking about their Women in Business program.
The event takes place in Pendleton West 212. Dinner will be served at 6:30pm; the lecture will being at 7pm. There will also be a chance to ask him additional questions afterwards!
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Join ANKHR for this amazing talk by Professor Katharine Moon from the Political Science department:
 
April 30th (Wednesday) 6-7:30PM at Library Lecture Room
Korean food served from 5:45PM

Sponsored by Advocates for North Korean Human Rights (ANKHR), co-sponsored by Political Science, East Asian Language and Culture, and Peace & Justice departments.

In this unique opportunity, Professor Katharine Moon (who will be leaving Wellesley College for D.C. next year!) will be discussing her thoughts, insights, and perspective of North Korea after a recent trip inside its borders.

 
Ruhlman day, 5:45PM, Clapp Library! See you all there!
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