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Diah Anggraini as Delegation of Indonesian in ASEAN-Korea Youth Programme Network

 

Marine Conservation Promoting the Sustainable Use of Coastal and Marine Resources, 1-4  August  2016,  Korea

  • BACKGROUND

With  a  coastline   of  173,000   km,  ASEAN   has  arguably   the  most  abundant   and  diverse natural  marine  resources   in the  world.  The  region  houses  35%  of the world’s   mangrove forests  and about  30%  of the coral reefs  while  producing   14% of the world’s  marine  fish products.1      These  resources   are essential   to sustaining   the ASEAN  economy,  particularly to the Coastal  Forestry,  Fisheries,   Marine  Industry,  and Coastal  Tourism  sectors.  However, the non-sustainable   utilization  and exploitation   of marine  resources  in ASEAN  have  led to grave  environmental   degradation.   While  overfishing  and destructive  fishing  methods  have resulted  in coral bleaching  and extinction  of other  marine  life, waste  mismanagement   and massive   tourist   developments   in  coastal  areas,  beyond   existing   carrying   capacity,  have generated  massive  amounts  of water pollutants.

In  order  to  achieve   a  sustainable   marine   environment   against   the  backdrop   of  social changes    and   economic    development,     the   ASEAN    highlights    the   promotion     and enhancement   of capacity  building  in a continuous   effort  to have  sustainable   management of ecosystems   and natural  resources  in the ASEAN  Socio-Cultural    Community   Blue print.

Recognizing   the importance   of marine  resources  and  its sustainable  use  as well  as acting as  a platform    for  the  dialogue  between   the  ASEAN   Member   States  and  the  ROK,   the ASEAN-Korea   Centre will invite ASEAN  and Korean  students,  who are the future leaders of the ASEAN  and Korea,  to gather  at the 2016 ASEAN-Korea   Youth Network  Workshop to enhance  their  understanding   on marine  conservation   and forge strong  friendship  among them.   Under   the  theme   of  Marine  Conservation –  Promoting the Sustainable  Use of Coastal and Marine Resources, the  Workshop  will  be from  1-4   August  2016,  including lectures,  discussions,   and site visits  in Korea.

 

  • OBJECTIVE 

Further  promote  awareness  on ASEAN  and ASEAN-Korea   partnership  among  youth Enhance  active networks  and genuine  friendship   among  the ASEAN  and Korea  youth towards  a shared  future

  • RESUME ACTIVITY.

Delegation of indonesia in ASEAN- KOREA YOUTH PROGRAMME NETWORK are Ms. Diah Anggraini from Aquatic Product Technology, and Fahurizal Aulia Perdana From Aquaculture, Faculty Fisheries and Marine Science Technology, IPB. Every country of ASEAN have apportunity to send 2 delegation in this programme. There are around 80 participant from ASEAN , KOREA, JAPAN, and CHINA contributed in this section.

Each member of this program contributed in UCC making (make movie maker) about marine conservation, and promote how to save and campaign marine sustainablity, beside that ASEAN ambassador have to show a dance performence or anything as representative cultural of each country in cultural night contest.

This agenda held at least 5 days, between 1-5 august, 2016 in Busan university of foreign studies in Busan, and Seoul soth korea. We have some opporunity to have lecture from Busan university and Yonsei University, and we visited some area like Suncheon Bay Wetland Reserve , Korea National  Maritime Museum (Busan), KOEM Marine Environment Research & Training Institute:  Educational Experience Programs, KIOST South Sea Research Institute (Goeje), city exploration in namsan and Myeongdong, and the last day we met with ASEAN conselour in Korea, and we visited ASEAN KOREA CENTRE in seoul.

 

Documentation

 

ASEAN - Korea Ambassador

ASEAN KOREA AMBASSADOR IN KOREA NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM

CLOSING CEREMONY

 

SUNCHEON BAY, BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA

 

TALENT SHOW

 

VISITING KIOST AND KOEM, GOEJE, SOUTH KOREA

 

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