The first Seoul Peace Initiative Conference was be held for two days on November 8-9, 2021 under the theme of “Road to Peace and Coexistence in Cities and the World”. The conference provided a place for the international peace and security experts participating in the SPIC to discuss the issues of discrimination and conflicts occurring in Seoul and around the world. The conference also served as a forum for public discussion on the promotion of coexistence and peace on the Korean Peninsula, in Northeast Asia, and throughout the world. For more information, please visit the SPIC website here.
On Day 1 of the conference, APLN Research Director Dr. Peter Hayes presented an ongoing APLN project Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Weapons Use in Northeast Asia (NU-NEA).
Watch the live recording from Day 1 here:
On Day 2, APLN Policy Fellow Dr. Tanvi Kulkarni gave a presentation titled Coexisting with Dangerous Weapons: Nuclear Weapons and Everyday Peace.
Watch the live recording from Day 2 here: