본문 시작
Building an Infrastructure

Organizational Infrastructure (Administration + Nongovernmental + Research)

  • Establishing and expanding the responsible organizations.
    • Established an organization responsible for exchanges between north and south Gangwon-do (1998. 9. 9)
    • Expanded the organization into the Inter-Korean Cooperation Office (2001. 3. 3)
  • Creating the infrastructure and pan-provincial concurrence for inter-Korean cooperation projects.
    • Established the North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Committee (1998.11.28, 30 members)
    • Established the North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Planning Office (1998.10. 1, 10 members)
    • Established the North-South Gangwon-do Cooperation Council (2000. 5. 8)
      * Selected as an inter-Korean cooperation planner (2002. 3.13)
  • Securing research functions.
    : Established the North Gangwon Research Center (2000.6.21, Gangwon Development Research Center).

Financial Infrastructure

Established the North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Fund (1998.12.31).

Institutional Infrastructure

  • Enacted the North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Committee Ordinance (1998. 9. 9)
    Amended on March 6th 2004: number of members increased from 30 to 45.
  • Enacted the operation of the North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Planning Office (1998.11.17).
  • Enacted the North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Fund (1998.12.31).

Knowledge-Based Information Infrastructure

  • Published a handbook about North Gangwon (1999.11.30, distribution: 400 copies).
  • Published a handbook about North Gangwon and detailed the extent of exchanges and cooperation on the internet (1999.11.30, distribution: 400 copies).

Provincial Concurrence Infrastructure

  • Holding a North-South Gangwon-do Exchange and Cooperation Committee meeting.
  • Holding seminars, symposiums, and forums on exchange and cooperation.
  • Conducting a workshop for the employees of women’s organizations for unification.
  • Giving a traveling presentation to social organizations in each area.
  • Taking advantage of exchange and cooperation opportunities to report on program status and case studies.