GPPAC Northeast Asia Focal Points

GPPAC Northeast Asia Focal Points

Sub-regional Focal Points have been established in the following cities throughout Northeast Asia: Beijing, Hong Kong, Kyoto, Nanjing, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Tokyo, Ulaanbaatar, and Vladivostok.

Organizations taking responsibility for coordinating each of the Focal Points also comprise membership of the Regional Steering Group:

Haoming HUANG
China Association for NGO Cooperation (CANGO)
in Beijing Focal Point

Pak-kuen AU
Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union (HKPTU)
in Hong Kong Focal Point

Nonviolent Peaceforce Japan
Ritsumeikan University, Dept of International Relations
in Kyoto Focal Point

Cheng Shan ZHU
Nanjing Massacre Museum
in Nanjing Focal Point

Jung-Eun PARK
People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy (PSPD)
in Seoul Focal Point

Dingli SHEN
Fudan University Center for American Studies
Program on Arms Control & Regional Security
in Shanghai Focal Point

Szu-chien HSU
Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica (IPSAS)
in Taipei Focal Point

Global Campaign for Peace Education Japan
Seisen University
in Tokyo Focal Point

Jargalsaikhan ENKHSAIKHAN
Institute for Strategic Studies of Mongolia
Blue Banner
in Ulaanbaatar Focal Point

Maritime State University
in Vladivostok Focal Point

* GPPAC Northeast Asia is also in dialogue with civil society organisations in Pyongyang for future participation in the regional process

Advisors to GPPAC Northeast Asia:

Mr. Anselmo LEE

Prof. Kinhide MUSHAKOJI
International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR)

Prof Katsuya KODAMA
Interational Peace Research Association (IPRA), Mie University
Executive Director, Mie University Dept of Liberal Arts