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꽭뀡젙蹂
Special Session 2 [Marine Fisheries ODA] Strategies for the Expansion of Marine ODA and Its Application to Urban Diplomacy
Date 10.28(Mon.) 13:30~15:45 (GMT+09:00)
Place Please participate in WOF 2020 online through the wof.kr/eng.
뿰궗젙蹂
[Chair]  

Park Kwang-soon
Director General, Jeju Research Institute
Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology(KIOST)
Dr. Park Kwang-soon (born 1955) is currently the director of Jeju Research Institute of the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (KIOST). He majored in coastal engineering at the National Fisheries University of Pusan (currently Pukyong National University) and obtained his Ph.D. in 1993. Since joining the KIOST in 1986, he has been dedicated to mission-oriented and purpose-oriented research as a PI or a participant in medium and large-scale research projects in the area of coastal disaster reduction technology research. He was especially committed to the development and establishment of operational ocean forecasting systems to support the resolution of urgent national issues concerning the sea. During the period from 2009 to 2018, he successfully developed and operated KOOS(Operational Ocean Forecasting System in Korea) through the national R&D project. This research project was selected as one of the top 100 national R&D achievements in 2015. KOOS system is being used by transferring technology to national agencies and industries. It is also transferring KOOS technology to Colombia and Vietnam through the ODA project. He served as vice president of KIOST from July 2015 to July 2016. From May 2010 to May 2012, he served as director of the Korea-China Joint Ocean Research Center. He derives practical research results through joint research on coastal disaster reduction technology, which is a common concern of both Korea and China. He has contributed to the development of operational ocean forecasting system in North-East Asian Region, working as Korean Representative (2004-2008) of the IOC/WESTPAC NEAR-GOOS Coordinating Committee for the North-East Asian Regional-Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS). He is the leader of the Working Group for the development of the NEAR-GOOS Operational Ocean Forecasting System, which is now jointly carried out by Korea, China, Russia and Japan.
[Keynote Speaker]  

Choi In-ho
Member of 21st National Assembly, Republic of Korea National Assembly/ Member of the National Assembly셲 Agriculture, Food, Rural Affairs, Oceans and Fisheries Committee
Member of 21st National Assembly, Republic of Korea National Assembly/ Member of the National Assembly셲 Agriculture, Food, Rural Affairs, Oceans and Fisheries Committee
Member of 21st Republic of Korea National Assembly Choi In-ho (1966) completed a Ph.D. in Political Science and Diplomacy (2010) and graduated Political Science and Diplomacy (2001) at Pusan National University.
He served as the President of Pusan National University Student Association (1988), and in 2005 and 2006, he worked as a deputy spokesman at the Blue House and as a domestic press secretary.
He is a re-elected National Assembly member (20th and 21st) with a regional district in Saha-Gu gap, Busan.
He is a member of the National Assembly's Agriculture, Forestry, Livestock, Food, Ocean and Fisheries Committee and a member of the Special Committee on Budget and Accounts.
In addition, he served as the highest member of the Democratic Party and the chairman of the Busan Metropolitan Party of Democratic Party.
Currently, he is the chief spokesman for the Democratic Party.
[Speaker]  
Blue Growth Development Cooperation
Arni M. Mathiesen
Special Advisor on Oceans to the DDG, Climate and Natural Resources
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
횁rni M. Mathiesen was born in Reykjav챠k, Iceland, 2 October 1958.
He studied veterinary medicine at the University of Edinburgh, qualifying as a veterinarian in 1983 (BVM&S), adding to this qualifications in fish pathology from the University of Stirling in 1985 (M.Sc. Aquatic Veterinary Science).
After completing his studies, 횁rni worked as veterinarian in various areas of Iceland and served as Veterinary Officer for Fish Diseases 1985-1995. He was also the managing director of the aquaculture firm Faxalax hf. 1988-1989.
횁rni was elected to Parliament on behalf of the Independence Party in 1991. He was then the youngest Member of Parliament at the age of 33. He became a cabinet minister in May 1999. 횁rni did not stand for reelection in the spring of 2009.
횁rni was Minister of Fisheries May 1999 September 2005. Responsible for fisheries policy, quota allocation, surveillance and enforcement, processing, research and development, marine aquaculture, marine food safety and management of international agreements. Member of Cabinet Committee on the Budget in 2004.
횁rni was Minister of Finance September 2005 February 2009. Responsible for the state budget, tax policy, revenue collection and forecasts, economic forecasts, pensions, Government property and wage settlements in the public sector. Member of Cabinet Committee on the Budget. Member of Cabinet Committee on Climate Change.
횁rni joined FAO, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, based in Rome, Italy in October 2010 as Assistant Director General and Head of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Department. Since January 2020 he has been Special Advisor on Oceans at FAO.
[Speaker]  
Korean Ocean and Fisheries ODA Strategy and Suggestions
Deuk-hoon (Peter) Han
Director, International Cooperation and ODA Center
Korea Maritime Institute(KMI)
Dr. Deukhoon (Peter) Han received Bachelor of Law(1995) and Master of Law in International Transactional Law (2003) at Korea University College of Law. After that, he graduated LL.M. Program at Indiana University Law School and J.D. Program at University of Kansas School of Law. After he has been admitted by New York state as an attorney at law, he worked for Visiting Scholar at UCLA School of Law and at O셃ELVENEY & MYERS, LLP for the area of international transaction, corporation, international law. Since 2011, he has worked for international regulation on ocean and fisheries including IUU, etc. and international development cooperation at Korea Maritime Institute(KMI). Recent topic for his research is how to improve the effective method of Korean ODA in Ocean and Fisheries to accomplish SDGs, and to develop ways to increase fishing vessel workers safety and labor rights.
[Speaker]  
ODA Loans and Strategies for Sustainable Blue Economy in Myanmar
Wai Lin Maung
Department of Fisheries(DOF), Republic of the Union of Myanmar
Director General
I am Wai Lin Maung, Director General who is authorize person for management of fisheries sector in Myanmar. I was born in 13 March 1963. I graduated from Defense Service Academy in 1986. Before I was assigned to this Department, I assumed in so many departments with different responsibilities such as a Lieutenant colonel (commander) in Myanmar Army, as a professor in University of Veterinary Science, as a Director in Department of Fisheries, and as a Deputy Director General in Livestock, Breeding and Veterinary Department respectively. Currently, I was assigned as Director General on 4 March, 2020 in order to fill the gap for this position to DOF.
Department of Fisheries is responsible for administration of fishery sector such as fishery management, aquaculture, fishery post-harvest and processing and research and development. DOF is also responsible for management of the Fishery related projects and planning in accordance with the Laws and Regulations.
DOF is implementing so many management measures such as not allow the foreign fishing vessels in Myanmar water, define closed seasons/areas, prohibition on the overfishing and overcapacity, combat IUU fishing by using VMS system, limit the building of new local fishing vessels, revise the legal for fisheries sector, conserve the endangered species such as Ayeyarwaddy Dolphins, Dugong, Sea Turtle etc., and extend the fisheries co-management areas to sustain the fisheries resources and strengthen sustainable blue economy in Myanmar.
[Debater]  

Kang Hyeong Cheol
Former Director General, Busan Office
International Cooperation Agency(KOICA)
Director-General Kang Hyeong Cheol studied Tourism Management at Kyung Hee University(1996). He have performed as Head of General Affair, Planning and Finance, and Inspection after joining in Korea International Cooperation Agency(KOICA) at 1991 which is the year of its establishment. Mr.Kang have been sent to Afghanistan to work in Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) for 18months and also has carried out his KOICA Country Representative role in Timor-Leste for 3 years successfully. He is now Director-General of KOICA Busan Office who endeavors to develop ODA projects in cooperation with Busan City and Oceans and Fisheries related organizations.
[Debater]  

Park Jong-kyu
Director, Maritime Capital Policy Division
Busan Metropolitan City
Park Jong-gyu (1965), director of the Maritime Capital Policy Division, Busan Metropolitan City, graduated from Dong-A University with a bachelor degree in chemical engineering. He was in charge of the public corporation in charge of financial management at the Busan Metropolitan Government Policy Planning Office in 2014. Later in July of the same year, he was responsible for financial management of the Busan Metropolitan Government's Policy Planning Office, the Strategy and Finance Officer, and then in 2015, he joined the head of the system innovation team at the Busan Metropolitan Government's municipal innovation headquarters.
In 2017, he headed the planning and coordination team of Busan Metropolitan City's planning officer and has been the director of the Maritime Capital Policy Division of Busan Metropolitan City's Marine Fisheries Bureau since August 2018.
[Debater]  

Byun Kyung-dae
Ministry of Oceans&Fisheries of Korea
Honorary Attach챕 of Oceans & Fisheries
Kyungdae Byun (Birth 1961. 12. 16) Mr. Majored in international economics, completed bachelor's and master's courses, and has been engaged in international trade in agricultural and fishery products for over 30 years.
Entered Myanmar about 20 years ago and has been operating a business, and has lived in Myanmar since about 7 years ago and has been engaged in fisheries product trade and aquaculture industry under the position of honorary Attach챕 of maritime and fishery in department of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries of Korea.
Continuing close deals with cooperatives in Asia, including Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh, and in the Middle East, including Oman and Saudi Arabia.
In charge of a standing advisor to the Fisheries Export and Processor Association of Myanmar, a policy advisor to the Myanmar Fisheries Administration, and a secretary to the Korea-Myanmar Fisheries Development Committee.
[Debater]  

Kim Hyun-yeong
Hon. Principal Special Researcher
Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology(KIOST)
Mr. Kim Hyun-yeong is international program coordinator in KIOST(Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology). His background and professional experiences ranges from ocean policy, international cooperation to project management, integration and coordination of administration of the institute.
For about 36 years, Hyun-yeong has been working with the Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute (KORDI) which was reborn as Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIOST) on 1 July 2012, in various position. Hyun-yeong was the Head of International Cooperation Center of KORDI at which he initiated a number of international cooperative projects with regard to IOC, WESTPAC, PICES, SCOR, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. He contributed to establish the Korea China Joint Ocean Research Center (Qingdao, China), the Korea Latin America Joint Ocean Research Center(Lima, Peru), and the KIOST-NOAA Joint Research Center (Washington, USA). Hyun Yeong was the initiator and project manager of the project named Capacity Building on Ocean Observing System in Africa to promote South/South cooperation in ocean science, technology and innovation financially supported by Korean government. Since 2012, Hyun Yeong has also been organizer of the series of the annual international forums for Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Indo-Pacific Region on the IOC operational oceanography and future of IOC. He has worked as the member of representatives for many intergovernmental ocean related meetings such as IOC, WESTPAC, PICES, etc. He published many books and reports in the field of ocean policy and international cooperation.
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