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“Need to Make Society Where ‘an Invisible Heart’ Functions!”

  ”Need to Make Society Where ‘an Invisible Heart’ Functions!” (Translated by)  Amy Kyoungmi Yoo CHO, (Han) Hae-Joang, the professor of the Department of Cultural Anthropology of Yonsei University, highlighted that breakup of nuclear family and increase of single-person households are the problems that citizens who want to live together should resolve together by creating a new [...]

‘Guidelines for youth activists who travel maze so-called project planning’

‘Guidelines for youth activists who travel maze so-called project planning’ Several questions that we have had when preparing for the workshop   written by Min-jung Son (Breath, Education Planning Team) translated by Hayan Jeon The workshop titled ‘Guidelines for Youth Activists Who Travel the Maze, project Planning’ was held in November 2012 for youth activists [...]

New Year’s Greeting from Haja Hub

New Year’s Greeting from Haja Hub written by herb team translated by Amy Kyoungmi Yoo On 12th December, 2012, the last meeting of <1st Jagonggong Academy : Society and space curator school> was held in the workroom 203 of the Haja Hub new building. Firstly in the meeting, ‘Seoul Youth Job Hub’, which will be [...]

Cheering for Winter of Nineteen-Year-Old Adolescents

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 Cheering for Winter of Nineteen-Year-Old Adolescents   written by education team translated by Hayan, Jeon   The education team of Haja Center started a big project ending 2012 from November 17th. ‘2012 Not to Be Frustrated But to Be Hopeful Project’ is for those who took the university entrance exam and teenagers who will not [...]

Community and Youths, Finding the Answers from Experiences

Community and Youths, Finding the Answers from Experiences     written by breath (Education Team) translated by Hayan, Jeon   Around 170 people gathered in Haja Center on September 21st to think together about the answers to the question “what can make youths happily live in town?” In this discussion, examples of communities in Seoul [...]

Sketch of ‘Creativity Festa for Children’ where Artists and children met together

Sketch of ‘Creativity Festa for Children’ where Artists and children met together   written by Raon (Education Team) translatedy by YeonJu, Choi ‘Creativity Festa for Children’, a workshop for creative learning and activities of children, was held on 21, September. It was a place of sharing experiences and talent with children for artists and social [...]

Haja Hub Café, where stories of diverse communities are shared.

  Haja Hub Café, where stories of diverse communities are shared. written by Hanna Lee (Gona, Hub Team) translated by YeonJu, Choi   New café opened on the 1ST fl of new Haja Hub Bldg after one month of makeover from Aug.  Once you put one step in, delicious scent and coffee aroma happily trickle your nose.  [...]

Collected ideas boost the Social Economy

  Collected ideas boost the Social Economy   translated by Yeon Ju, Choi Haja Center, Social Solidarity Bank, the Seeds, Sesnet, Hope Insitute, and the Hamkke Organization are cooperating with one another ‘to boost Social Economy Initiative by City Seoul.’  A case in point is ‘Economy together with Many – 2012 Seoul Social Economy Idea [...]

‘Korea-Japan Youth Forum,’ Dealing with Current Youth Related Issues

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  written by Kimmy (Manager of International Liasion&Strategic Partnership Team) Translated by Hayan, Jeon Haja Center held ‘Korea-Japan Youth Forum’ from September 6th to 7th with the Youth Community Union, Youth Solidarity Bank, Seoul Social Standard, and Jogakbo, a local economic media. It was a venue where youths from both countries meet and discuss current issues [...]

Zeit Education Forum 6: Fukusima Nuclear Power Plant Disaster and Dignity of Life

  written by Hiiocks (principal of haja production school) translated by Yeon Ju, Choi   We had 6th Zeit Education Forum at 999 Club, Haja Center Main Building, 3 pm, 23rd of Sep and had a chance to hear about rights of evacuation from Mr Shirai who are struggling as a severely disabled person living [...]

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