This forum will honor the 70th Anniversary of the ROK/U.S. Alliance by assembling ROK and U.S. legislators, scholars, human rights activists including North Korean escapees, officials and civil society practitioners. The forum will examine how the Alliance will continue to advance the robust ROK and U.S. partnership through a comprehensive approach in pursuit of a free and unified Korea. The Biden-Yoon Summit joint-statement further amplified this opportunity: “The two Presidents are committed to build a better future for all Korean people and support a unified Korean Peninsula that is free and at peace.”
This timely forum gathers prominent experts, policymakers, journalists, and civil society leaders from the Six-Party Talk countries and the broader international community to address comprehensively how to build international support for a free and unified Korea as the ultimate and permanent solution to the security threat and a catalyst for regional and global peace and development.
International scholars, policymakers, current and former diplomats, economists, and civil society leaders convened for six sessions to develop strategies for peace in Northeast Asia and denuclearization and reunification of the Korean peninsula at the International Forum on One Korea on October 25-27.
March 4 | 6 PM EST
After Korea was divided, millions of families were separated across the border. Many have yet to see their loved ones, but time is running out as they get older.
Tune in to hear the stories of Chahee Lee Stanfield and Paul Kyumin Lee and their initiatives to help Korean Americans reunite with separated family members in North Korea.
Alliance for Korea United is a coalition of Korean-American organizations and individuals advancing the cause for a united Korea that fulfills the historic ideals and aspirations of the Korean people.
There are over 7.4 million ethnic Koreans living outside of Korea. Alliance for Korea United represents Korean diaspora communities in the United States committed to Korean reunification.
During the March 1 1919 Korean Independence Movement, the Korean diaspora played a critical role in drawing global support and articulating the ideals of the new nation. Today, ethnic Koreans living abroad are equally a powerful force in determining the future direction of the pensinsula.
The Korea Division
The Korean people have been divided for more than 70 years. The volatile state of the Korean peninsula, the civil and human rights crisis to the North, and the unfinished work of self-determination for the Korean people make Korean reunification a major civil rights issue of today.
The Korean Dream: A Vision for a Unified Korea
The Korean Dream expresses the enduring aspiration of the Korean people to create a nation united, independent and free, grounded in the ancient ideal of Hongik Ingan. The Korean Dream is a vision for a United Korea that reaches out from Korea to the world.
1. Research and Dialogue
An ongoing YouTube series featuring experts, policy makers and civil society leaders, weighing in on current affairs, Korean American Legacy, and how to engage Korean Americans in pursuing the Korean Dream.
2. Forums and Conferences
We have been sponsors and partners for international forums and conferences that advance a comprehensive approach to Korean reunification.
International Forum on One Korea
August 15, 2020
September 30, 2020
November 20, 2020
December 4, 2020
Action for Korea United Festival 2019
Global Peace Convention 2019
International Forum on One Korea 2019
3. Korean American Engagement
We are connecting with Korean-Americans across the United States, examining our legacy and our current role in securing a free, independent and unified Korea.
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