By Naomi Yakawich"I am proud to be a part of Global Peace Youth because I get the opportunity to serve my community while practicing my leadership skills." —Xuan-NhiXuan-Nhi, a student at the University of Washington, is a long-time member
Published on 23/04/2018
Every year, the International Young Leaders Assembly (IYLA) attracts more than a thousand university students, young professionals, and globally significant leaders over 10-days of interactive p
Published on 18/04/2018
By Eric OlsenGlobal Peace Foundation, Action for Korea United examine unification as a “third way” toward resolving the crisis on the Korean Peninsula at Alliance for Peacebuilding briefing in Washington.
Published on 08/02/2018
By Naomi Yakawich“Leadership comes in all shapes and forms and everybody has something to contribute. Leadership is just a byproduct of wanting to help make a difference.” —Brandon Truong, 16
Published on 18/01/2018
Published on 16/01/2018
Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon, founder and chairman of the Global Peace Foundation, delivered the following address at the 2017 Forum on One Korea held on November 14, 2017 at the United States Senate – Dirksen Senate Hearing Room in Washington, D.C.
Published on 11/01/2018
By Naomi YakawichStudents in Edmonds, Washington demonstrated their support for Korean-led reunification in a two-part exposition for International Education Week on November 13 and 15.
Published on 03/12/2017
News: Korea Reunification Offers Best Approach To Resolving North Korea Crisis Say Experts At Washington, DC Forum
By Eric Olsen
Published on 22/11/2017
Published on 17/11/2017
North Korea's growing capacity to develop and deploy nuclear-armed ballistic missiles has heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula and escalated global security concerns to the highest level.
Published on 13/11/2017