Helen Clark, the former prime minister of New Zealand and the first female president of United Nations Development Programme, was invited for a panel discussion on Feb. 13 at International Education Building. The theme was “Towards an inclusive society: The value of diversity and leadership in a multicultural society”. Throughout the discussion, she emphasized the importance of leadership that embraces and respects diversity, pointing out the significance of female solidarity in that process. The discussion was followed by student questions on roles of international organizations and changes in Korea’s attitude towards a multicultural society.
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