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In the last session of the Asia Society Korea Youth (ASK-Y) for 2022, the panel examined the challenges of the generation gap that are fueling different issues that raise youths' dissatisfaction and mistrust with the governing generation.
This month focuses on how Korean and other cultures have influenced one another in terms of understanding why and how Korean culture became a worldwide obsession and how Korea has been impacted by this level of attention.
In the fourth session of the 2022 Asia Society Korea Youth (ASK-Y) program, the panel discussed a range of issues and potential solutions related to youths’ rights, particularly the political involvement of youths.
Asia Society Korea interviewed H.E. Savitri Indrachapa Panabokke, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the Republic of Korea in celebration of the 45th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Sri Lanka and South Korea.
The third session of the 2022 Asia Society Korea Youth (ASK-Y) program emphasized the importance of having the knowledge and skills to utilize a range of financial skills while addressing issues of youth poverty and unemployment.
The second session of the 2022 Asia Society Korea Youth (ASK-Y) program addressed the multidimensionality of today’s environmental issues and discussed how youths can derive change through innovative solutions.
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30 Eulji-Ro, Jung-Gu Seoul
Korea 04533 CPO Box 3500
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