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2020 PLZ Forum for Ecozoic Era_DAY2
  • 2021-01-23
  • 1302
[DAY2]  Session 3, 4, 5, 6

〈Session 3〉 Diverse Approaches to Harmony with Nature in the Context of Peace Making in Borderlands


Moderator : Dunja Krause (Research Officer, UNRISD)

Maria Sanchez (Coordinator, UN Harmony with Nature Programme)

- The UN Harmony with Nature Programme: A Non-Anthropocentric Worldview

David Havlick (Professor, University of Colorado, US)

- The Contested Nature of Borderlands: Ecology, Culture, and Policy

Chung Hae Kang (Professor, University of Seoul School of Law, Republic of Korea)

- Borderlands as a Nexus between Ecosystem Development and Earth Law in the Context of Stakeholders

Tae-hyun Park (Professor, Kangwon National University School of Law, Republic of Korea)

- DMZ and Its Legal Entity: A New Understanding of the Relationship between Human & Nature in the Perspective of Earth Jurisprudence

Jian Bao Wang (Research Fellow and Director, Institute of Advanced Humanities Study at Peking University, China)

- Responsive and Responsible Mutuality between the Human Self and Her Ecosystem: A Spiritual Humanist Perspective

(Session 3 Video)


〈Session 4〉 Diverse Approaches to Harmony with Nature and their Relationship with Peace and Development


Moderator : Dongsuk Oh (Professor, Ajou University)

Anna Grichting (Senior Research Fellow, University of Vermont, Switzerland)

- Co-Creating Peace with Nature in the DMZ. New Visions for Borders and Buffer zones in a Future Ecological Civilization

Klaus Bosselmann (Professor, University of Auckland, New Zealand)

- Cross-Boundary Trusteeship of Nature

Rakhyun E. Kim (Assistance Professor, Utrecht University, the Netherlands)

- From a Park to a Legal Person: Putting “Nature” at the Centre of Concerns for Sustainable Peace in Borderlands

Costas M. Constantinou (Professor, University of Cyprus, Cyprus)

- From Biocracy to Biodiplomacy: Nature, Law, Ethics

Jun soo Kim (Researcher, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)

- Variegated Turn(s) in the More-than-human World: Toward the New Political Ecology of ‘State-Nature’ relations in the DMZ

Chae Won Lim (Chairman, Korea Public Policy Association)

- The Emergence of Biocracy and Its International Spread as Epistemic Community

(Session 4 Video)


〈Session 5〉 Sustainable Development and Transformation in Borderlands


Moderator : Sangmin Nam (Deputy Head, UNESCAP Subregional Office for East and North-East Asia)

Fred Cocozzelli (Associate Professor, St. John’s University, US)

- Social Citizenship across Borders

Andrea Zinzani (Research Fellow, University of Bologna, Italy)

- Environmental Policies, Community Politics and Informality in the Borderlands: the Political Ecology Perspective

Laura Hammond (Professor, SOAS, University of London, UK)

- Livelihoods and Mobility in the Borderlands of the Horn of Africa

Paul Nugent (Professor, University of Edinburgh, UK)

- The Missing Ingredient in African Border Management: Supporting Cross-Border Initiatives from Below

Eunyoung Jung & Young Joo Lee (Attorneys at Law, SUN Probono Center, Republic of Korea)

- Economic and Social Development Structure and Related Issues in DMZ, Korea

Jong Ho Han (Director, Gangwon Center for Creative Economy & Innovation, Republic of Korea)

- Establishing an Innovative Ecosystem for Sustainable Maintenance and Development in Borderlands of Gangwon-do

(Session 5 Video)


〈Session 6〉 Interventions by the UN


Moderator : Isabell Kampf (Head of Bonn Office & Senior Research Coordinator, UNRISD)

Kristoffer Tangri (UNDP, Team Leader, Partnerships & Programmes, Africa Borderlands Center)

- UNDP’s Africa Borderlands Center – Elevating voices and unlocking the potential of Africa’s borderlands

Silja Halle (UNEP, Head of Environmental Peacebuilding Programme)

- Supporting Environmental & Climate Security in Borderland Regions

Kaori Kawakami (UNESCO, Chief, Emergency Preparedness and Response Unit)

- Culture and Conflict, Peace, and Development

Amado Philip de Andrés (UNODC, Regional Representative)

- An experience of a UNODC Regional Representative

Marcello Notarianni (UNWTO, External Expert for International Hospitality and Sustainable Tourism)

- Tourism as a Driver for Peace and Sustainable Development of Borderlands: Lesson learned, Opportunities and Challenges

Abigail Hartley (UNMAS, Chief of Policy, Advocacy, Public Information)

- Mine Action Contribution to Peace Building Efforts

(Session 6 Video)