This year, the Jeju Forum hosted 3,672 participants from 49 countries, the largest number in the forums history, signaling its growing importance as an international forum that deals comprehensively with a variety of topics. With one voice, Asian political leaders and erudite scholars from around the world expressed their yearning for peace on the Korean Peninsula, and delivered the East Asian communitys shared vision of a peaceful, constructive resolution to historical and territorial disputes in Asia, founded on mutual understanding.  Seeking global cooperation that befits this anticipated paradigm shift, a broad range of topics was considered, including the economy, culture, women, energy, and climate change. As a result of these discussions, new measures were devised to respond effectively to various crises and changes.Based on the fruits of this years discussions.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute

17:20 ~ 18:40
[2-C] Peace of East Asia and University Education
동아시아의 평화와 대학교육
Room C
Keynote Speech: HUH, Hyangjin (President, Jeju National University)

Chair: KO, Seong-Joon (Director, Institute for Peace Studies, Jeju National University)

KIMIYA, Tadashi (Professor, Tokyo University)
FANG, Xiuyu (Professor, Fudan University)
KIM, Nam-Kook (Professor, Korea University)
Peter M. BECK (Korea Representative, The Asia Foundation)

Rapporteur: KO, Kyung Min (Research Professor, Jeju National University)

기조연설: 허향진 (제주대학교 총장)
사회: 고성준 (제주대학교 평화연구소장)
기미야 다다시 (일본 동경대학교 교수)
방수옥 (중국 복단대학교 교수)
김남국 (고려대학교 교수)
피터 벡 (아시아재단 한국지부장)

라포터: 고경민 (제주대학교 학술연구교수)

Recently, with East Asian countries failing to cooperate with each other for regional stability and integration, the tension and conflict in this region is increasing as a result of an ethnocentric view of history and a maritime territorial dispute originating from exclusive nationalism. As long as such sharp conflict and confrontation continue, it will remain difficult to maintain peace and prosperity in the East Asia region. Therefore, as one of the ways to resolve the tension and conflict between the countries in East Asia, it might be significant to teach the precious value of peace to college students who will lead their countries in the future. This session will discuss how the issue of peace in East Asia can be dealt with through college education, in which not only professors from the leading countries in East Asia but also other East Asia experts will participate. The goal of this session is to examine how peace education has been offered in major universities of East Asian countries and to suggest how peace education should be provided in order to reach a peaceful resolution of the conflict in this region and a genuine reconciliation between the countries.

작금의 동아시아는 지역의 안정과 통합을 향한 국가 간 협력보다는 배타적 민족주의를 뿌리로 하는 해양영토분쟁, 자국 중심의 역사관 등으로 긴장과 갈등 속에 있습니다. 오늘날처럼 첨예한 국가간 갈등과 대립이 지속되는한 동아시아가 평화 속에 공동 번영을 이루기는 어려울 것입니다. 동아시아 국가간 갈등과 대립을 해소하는 방안의 하나로 미래를 책임질 젊은 대학생들에게 평화의 가치의 소중함을 심어주는 교육이 중요합니다. 동아시아의 평화를 대학교육의 관점에서 접근하는 본 세션은 동아시아 주요 국가의 대학 교수 및 동아시아 전문가가 참여하여 동아시아 주요 국가들의 대학에서 이루어지는 평화교육의 실태를 점검해 보고, 분쟁과 갈등의 평화적 해결과 역사적 화해를 위한 평화교육의 방향을 모색해 볼 예정입니다.