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World Human Rights Cities Forum (WHRCF) of Gwangju, South Korea
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They appear in bright colors and antique dress, official robes, military armor, silken skirts and blouses. They face us nearly straight on, their overlarge eyes engaging us. With an economy of line, the painters of these god pictures have rendered unmistakably Korean faces: imperious officials, zealous warriors, gently smiling elders, comely matrons, women encountered in a country market, swarthy men from the wine house. Some of them burst out of conventional imagery to suggest, in the manner of a good cartoon, that these are faces with personalities, faces with stories. This is how mansin , Korean shamans, encounter, engage with, and manifest the gods, gods who have personalities and stories.
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The Forum takes place after the initiative of the Metropolitan Government of Gwangju: A co-chair city of our Committee which is globally recognized for its commitment towards human rights and democracy. The Forum provides a special attention to several key areas for the local implementation of human rights, such as the right to peace, the consolidation of local democracy, sustainable development or fostering municipal cooperation. It equally provides, through annual thematic sessions, an in-depth analysis of the following ten policy areas:. The Gwangju Forum is a meaningful opportunity for multi-stakeholder networking on human rights between local governments, civil society and international organizations such as the UN human rights system.
This study aims to represent their subjectivity and agency as members of local communities, through telling their stories and reexamining the meaning of localism from a feminist perspective. The rise of the pro-democracy movement across the country in the s increased interest in individual communities. But although women have played a key role in shaping and preserving Korean history and culture, the records handed down have mainly been co-opted by men to reaffirm and reproduce the patriarchal order. Most historical materials related to women have been ignored, and many heritage sites related to historic female figures have been damaged, or their whereabouts are unknown. It was thus necessary to find alternative ways of studying history through a new approach to historic records, by including non-traditional resources—paintings, letters, journals, autobiographies, photographs, newspaper articles, and oral histories—along with the usual history books.