Research and training  are in the domain of the UN Millennium Development Goals(MDGs)  focusing on the eradication of poverty by reinforcing human resources development and education and the status of peace in the world.

In particular, idnetwork is issuing its opinions on the courses, the strategies and the results of actions undertaken by the UN System and NGOs on MDGs and international peace. As almost in the middle of MDG years the progress of MDG are not satisfactory, we need help NGOs and Civil Societies to make better policy dialogue with Governments for changing the courses of action for more effective results of MDGs.

The UN MDGs has 8 goals, 18 targets and 48 indicators, which are supposed to measure the status of goals and targets.

Goal1: eradicating extreme Hunger and Poverty;

Goal 2:Achieving universal primary education;

Goal 3 Promoting gender equality and empower women;

Goal 4: Reducing child mortality;

Goal 5: Improving maternal health;

Goal 6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other deseases; 

Goal 7: Ensuring environmental suitability;

Goal 8: Developing a global partnership for development.

All 8 goals and their 18 targets and 48 indicators are interdependent and interrelated. However, we believe that Goal I can be achieved more quickly if it is delt in priority with Goal 2,Goal 6, Goal 7 and Goal 8.

Among 5 targets of Goal 8, target 12 ( develop further an open, rule-based nondiscriminatory trading and financial system) can not be achieved without political commitment of developing countries to good governance, good development strategy and poverty reduction.

 

Recently,  on the basis of  the data of the United Nations, we analysed the progress made from 2006 to 2008, in the area of MDGs.  This assesment  was done on regional basis:   Africa, Latin America, Asia  in particular. 

In this regard, Idnetwork undertakes research on the assessment of the progress of MDGs on behalf of NGOs and Civil Societies.

 

More recent assessment  of MDGs on China and India can be seen in the selction of Asia development.

 

On the other hand, idnetwork is organizing also occasionally workshop on these subjects and  UN System  for postgradate students and professionals  who are interested in joining the UN international organisations and UN NGOs and Civil Societies.

 

Tae-Ho Yoo

15 December 2009.

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Group of  Economic consulting and Human resources development

 

We are cooperating with World Bank, UNDP and  Asian Development Bank  in oder to  execute  consulting contracts in the area:  public  and private financial  management,  education, human resources,  poverty alleviation,  agriculture development and industrial development. About 20  specialists in development project management  are working with us; they mostly come from USA, Canada, Germany, Japan, China and  South Korea.

 

Tae-Ho Yoo

 

15 October 2010

 

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 Group for  the promotion of Information/ communication technology

 

This program started in 2005, idnetwork continues to cooperate with

UN agencies and governments in the domain of training on ICT.

 

Tae-Ho Yoo

30 October 2010

 

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Research and training  are in the domain of the UN Millennium Development Goals(MDGs)  focusing on the eradication of poverty by reinforcing human resources development and education and the status of peace in the world.

In particular, idnetwork is issuing its opinions on the courses, the strategies and the results of actions undertaken by the UN System and NGOs on MDGs and international peace. As almost in the middle of MDG years the progress of MDG are not satisfactory, we need help NGOs and Civil Societies to make better policy dialogue with Governments for changing the courses of action for more effective results of MDGs.

The UN MDGs has 8 goals, 18 targets and 48 indicators, which are supposed to measure the status of goals and targets.

Goal1: eradicating extreme Hunger and Poverty;

Goal 2:Achieving universal primary education;

Goal 3 Promoting gender equality and empower women;

Goal 4: Reducing child mortality;

Goal 5: Improving maternal health;

Goal 6: Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria and other deseases; 

Goal 7: Ensuring environmental suitability;

Goal 8: Developing a global partnership for development.

All 8 goals and their 18 targets and 48 indicators are interdependent and interrelated. However, we believe that Goal I can be achieved more quickly if it is delt in priority with Goal 2,Goal 6, Goal 7 and Goal 8.

Among 5 targets of Goal 8, target 12 ( develop further an open, rule-based nondiscriminatory trading and financial system) can not be achieved without political commitment of developing countries to good governance, good development strategy and poverty reduction.

 

Recently,  on the basis of  the data of the United Nations, we analysed the progress made from 2006 to 2008, in the area of MDGs.  This assesment  was done on regional basis:   Africa, Latin America, Asia  in particular. 

In this regard, Idnetwork undertakes research on the assessment of the progress of MDGs on behalf of NGOs and Civil Societies.

 

More recent assessment  of MDGs on China and India can be seen in the selction of Asia development.

 

On the other hand, idnetwork is organizing also occasionally workshop on these subjects and  UN System  for postgradate students and professionals  who are interested in joining the UN international organisations and UN NGOs and Civil Societies.

 

Tae-Ho Yoo

15 December 2009.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  

Group of  Economic consulting and Human resources development

 

We are cooperating with World Bank, UNDP and  Asian Development Bank  in oder to  execute  consulting contracts in the area:  public  and private financial  management,  education, human resources,  poverty alleviation,  agriculture development and industrial development. About 20  specialists in development project management  are working with us; they mostly come from USA, Canada, Germany, Japan, China and  South Korea.

 

Tae-Ho Yoo

 

15 October 2010

 

____________________________________________

 

 Group for  the promotion of Information/ communication technology

 

This program started in 2005, idnetwork continues to cooperate with

UN agencies and governments in the domain of training on ICT.

 

Tae-Ho Yoo

30 October 2010

 

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Writers/ Bioraphies

Mundialization

 

Concise coverage of scholarly,
reference, & sci-tech-med books

 

The mundialization of home in the age of globalization; towards a transcultural ethics.

Cha InSuk (Philosophy in international context; v.6) 

LIT Verlag, ©2012 100 p. $29.95 HM841

978-3-643-90184-2

Cha (emeritus, philosophy education for democracy, Seoul National U., South Korea) uses the phrase<mundialization of home> to describe the process by which one's home-world has absorbed and adapted viewpoints of the broader world into their own. In 11 essays, he shows how, through shared transcultural elements, the values and theories associated with 17th-century Anglo/European philosophers can and do resonate in virtually all societies. His themes are mundialization towards the great community, hermeneutics and subjectivity, and renascent liberalism in the global age. He has not indexed the collection. Distributed in the US by ISBS. (Annotation ©2012 Book News Inc. Por

 

 

 

 

 Comment of International Development Network

(idnetwork)

 

From the angle of development which covers not only economic development, but also social, cultural, technological development and their transformations, the contribution of Philosopher, Cha Insuk, to understanding the mundialization and its transformation is a tremendous for the researchers and the agents of development in their assessment of the development policies and adjustment, if they achieve a men centered development in the world.

Dr Cha Insuk  has been  not only thinker, but also worked as the Secretary-General of National Commission of Korea for UNESCO.

The collaboration of Dr. Cha Insuk with Tae-Ho YOO was very important in the domain of culture and development.

 

 

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