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Hand in Hand Youth 2013 MIZY Program introduction

The MIZY Center creates and operates programs to foster the respect and equal treatment of all cultures, with the goal of harmonious coexistence for more peaceful world.

<Multicultural Programs>

´M´ stands for "multicultural". Thus, projects under the category ´M´ aim to promote cultural sensitivity among Korean youth and to further boost a diversity-respecting culture in the Korean society.

<Insight & Inspiration Programs>

´I´ stands for "Insight" and "Inspiration". Thus, projects under the category ´I´ aim to foster creativity and illuminating insight of Korean youth through humanities education programs.



<Zeal & Sharing Programs>

´Z´ stands for "Zeal". Projects under the category ´Z´ aim to encourage youths´ enthusiasm for participation and contribution to society by helping them develop empathy and sharing with others.

Shoes of Hope

images ‘Shoes of Hope' is a creative global donation program in which people paint images symbolizing world peace, friendship, and hope on shoes that will be distributed to youth in undeveloped countries. This program was founded by the Art Miles Mural Project (AMMP) which is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization recognized by UNESCO as an international program supporting 'The Decade of Culture and Peace.' Korea has delivered about 42,395 pairs of shoes, to child soldiers in Uganda and children in poverty in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Laos and Vietnam since 2007.

Time January – December
Application
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Year-round
Venue MIZY Center, Gwanghwamun square, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, universities
Participants Youth, General Public
Cooperating
Institutions
The Seoul Metropolitan Government, The Daesan Foundation
Contents • Shoes of Hope Education Program - Raising awareness of poverty and human rights violations throughout the world - Drawing messages of hope and world peace on shoes
• Shoes of Hope Exhibition - Thousands of 'Shoes of Hope' used as part of an artistic structure symbolizing orld peace at Gwanghwamun square
Contact Cho eun wook, +82-70-4667-3770, woogi@mizy.net
Creatieve Leaders in MIZY

images This is an international exchange program for youth with various activities such as case studies, market research, program planning, and final presentations. Through this program, participants can make their own international exchange program. There are 9 themes: environment, traveling, design, art & performance, media, food, welfare, history, and sports

Time Orientation & preparatory research: January Camp: January
Application
Due
December
Venue MIZY center and Seoul City area
Participants 63 youths aged between 15 and 18
Cooperating
Institutions
MIZY Youth Council, Corporations, Government Organizations, NGOs, etc.
Contents -Have lectures of international exchanges and how to organize programs creatively -Research theme and ideas -Visit related organizations and interviewing people in Seoul for market research -Draw a final draft on the team’s program based on previous activities -Final presentation -Awards to the best teams
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Deep-rooted World Heritage

images This program aims to improve intercultural understanding, promote cultural diversity, and increase awareness on the preservation of world heritage through lectures and activities conducted by Korean and international instructors.

Time Year-round
Application
Due
* Instructor Recruitment : February~March
Venue elementary schools in Seoul
Participants youth aged 11-13 (4th - 6th grade elementary school students)
Contents Enhance youth understanding of different cultures and the preservation of world heritage. • Lecture Class: lectures by Korean and overseas instructors about world heritage and education for multicultural understanding • Activity Class: review the first lecture and show creativity and cooperation by playing games, role playing, performances, making artworks, and so on
Contact Koo Jiyeon, +82-70-4667-3781, happy@mizy.net
Creativity-Developing Project for Vocational High School Students

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Lecture Series with World’s Greatest Scholars

images This program aims to enhance youths’ insight based on the lectures by great scholars, which allow young people to broaden their perspectives beyond the bounds of one’s life.

Time January – December, 2016
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March – April, June – July
Venue MIZY Center, Kyobo Convention Hall, others
Participants youths aged between 9 and 24, parents, teachers
Contents Lecture series by great scholars
- Supporting youths’ career exploration
- Cultural Exchange between Korean youths and great scholars
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