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  • Implementation of integrated citizenship education for migrants, permanent residents (residents) and naturalized persons who violate the law
    From July, the Ministry of Justice is offering 'Integrated Citizenship Education Customized for Permanent Resident (Resident) Naturalized Persons' for foreigners (including applicants) with resident (F-2) and permanent resident (F-5) qualifications, those who are expected to acquire nationality, and naturalization applicants.  This citizen education for foreign residents was prepared to educate foreigners preparing to acquire nationality on the rights and duties of citizens and domestic laws necessary for daily life. In particular, if some foreigners are fined or fined for committing a minor offense in Korea, it is necessary to raise the awareness of compliance through a separate civic education. In addition to criminal punishment, if a Korean national is caught violating traffic laws or driving under the influence of alcohol, he or she must receive special traffic safety education for 12 to 48 hours depending on the number of violations. Currently, the social integration program has content related to civic education that foreign residents should receive, but it is insufficient. The Ministry of Justice has decided to provide 'Excellent Talent Citizenship Education' that guides science and engineering researchers and international students the procedure for obtaining permanent resident naturalization and the legal order. The five training courses prepared by the Ministry of Justice, the subjects to be completed, and the contents of the training are as follows. ▲ Compliance citizenship education (minor law violators and applicants for residence and permanent residence, etc.) ▲ Education on the rights and obligations of permanent naturalized people, legal order Preparation for Citizenship Education (Naturalization Applicants)-Rights and obligations of permanent naturalized persons, preparation for naturalization interview ▲(visiting) Excellent human resource Citizenship education (Science and Engineering researcher, international student)-Permanent resident naturalization acquisition procedure, provision of service information for foreigners, education on legal order, etc. ▲General permanent residence Localized Citizenship Education for Naturalized Persons (General Permanent Resident Naturalized Persons) - Rights and duties of permanent naturalized persons, local information, etc. The education schedule, education application form, and the address of the immigration integration support center related to the place of stay can be found on the Social Integration Information Network (www.socinet.go.kr) or Hi Korea (www.hikorea.go.kr). Inquiries can be made to 1345 or the Immigration Integration Support Center of the Immigration Office (office) having jurisdiction over the place of stay. Reporter Song Ha-Sung    
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    2022-07-07
  • “Explaining to multicultural families about the annual project of the Paju Family Center”
    This online briefing took place at the beginning of each year as an event to introduce the center's various businesses to multicultural families before the program started. Center Director Jo Seong-shim said in his greeting, “Last year, the center achieved more results (40,000 people participated) than any other year by strengthening the organization and systematizing the business for the underprivileged. This year, we are going to start a new change as the name changes to the Family Center. We will be reborn as the only family welfare institution in Paju City by promoting the use of services while raising the image as a comprehensive service provider for diverse families.” Maria from the Philippines, who worked as a multicultural understanding instructor, said, “I had a special experience in teaching students while taking the multicultural understanding instructor class, and I gained confidence that I could do it too. I had several experiences while participating in the various programs of the center with my family. I am so grateful to be able to have these experiences and memories during this time of Corona,” she said. Afterwards, a real-time quiz was held, and a present was given to the participant who sent the correct answer via text message on their mobile phone.
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    2022-03-31
  • A marriage immigrant woman who goes around school and community to become a more confident mother.
    My mom is also from China. “Ma’am, my mother is from China just like you. But my mom won't tell people." After the multicultural class at school, it was time to take a break, and a child came and talked carefully. Seo Tae-sil, who works as a multicultural language instructor at an elementary school, felt sorry for the child's secret voice. “Even in multicultural families, mothers should be happy. She said that only when mothers are happy can our children grow up to be confident and proud children in society. If her mother hides her multicultural family from herself, her child's self-esteem will drop as well.” Of course, the mother must have done it out of fear that her child would be disadvantaged when it became known that she was from a multicultural family. But hiding it doesn't solve anything. “We can have a lot of difficulties at home too,” she said. However, she does not have to hide that she is from a multicultural family if she works, challenges, and studies to the best of her ability in the current situation. We have to be proud of ourselves first so that our children can be confident too.” Becoming a more confident and proud mother Seo Tae-sil, who came to Korea to meet her current husband in February 2004, has worked hard to become a more confident and proud mother after giving birth to her two children. She graduated from a two-year college in China, but after graduating from the Department of Chinese Language and Literature at Korea Broadcasting and Communication University, Seo entered the Graduate School of Kyungin University of Education, where she obtained a master's degree in multicultural education. And she said that in 2020, she is studying social work again, where she is admitted to Korea Broadcasting and Communication University. In the meantime, of course, she has obtained many qualifications, such as a fairy tale storytelling instructor, an art psychology counselor, a children's book art instructor, and an after-school tutor. “Because I am Chinese-Korean, I know some Korean. But when I came to Korea, it was different from what I thought. I couldn't communicate easily, so I had to learn Korean again. Even back in 2004, there were many people who looked at me with the eyes of whether it was a fake marriage. As I was treated with such a prejudiced gaze, I thought that even if I was discriminated against, my children should not be subjected to prejudice and discrimination.” Everything you can do in your community When one goal was set, Seo Tae-sil did everything she could to make marriage immigrant women proud and our children to grow better. At first, she participated in various programs at the Bucheon Migrant Labor Welfare Center (CEO Song Yeon-soon), where she served as the Chairman of the Chinese Community and then became the Steering Committee of the daycare center where her children attend. And she worked as a member of the Sosa-dong Welfare Council in the local community, a multicultural language instructor at an elementary school, a resident reporter for a migrant broadcaster, and even established a self-help group for migrant women, the Happiness Fruit Sharing Association. Later, she became increasingly involved in these activities, and she gained extensive social experience as chairman of the Bucheon City Foreign Residents' Representatives Association, president of the Korea Broadcasting and Communication University Multicultural Council, and president of the Korean Migrant Voters Federation. Through such efforts, she was awarded the Minister of Justice Commendation in 2016, the Bucheon City Hall Citation in 2017, and the Multicultural Contribution Award of the Dong-A Multicultural Award hosted by the Dong-A Ilbo(Daily News)this year. “More than anything else, I’m happy that my family congratulated me and told me that I did a good job. Let alone my husband, my children are proud of their mother, which is why I live my life to the fullest.” A child who knows and loves both countries well Seo Tae-sil, who has been working as a multicultural language instructor at a frontline school since 2013, is concerned about the children of multicultural families. In order for children from multicultural families to grow and develop in the same way as Korean children in the fiercely competitive Korean society, parents of multicultural families need to be more interested in and supportive than Korean parents. However, some parents of multicultural families who have the mindset to earn money and to help families in their home countries neglect their children's education. In addition, government support and efforts are also important. This is because the current educational environment tends to pass on the abilities of parents to their children. “One day, although both parents are Chinese, a child born in Korea came to me and asked me what country he is from. So I said, ‘You will grow up to be a child who knows China well and knows Korea well. It doesn't matter what your nationality is now. You just need to grow up to be a person who knows both countries well and loves both countries.” Multicultural families will do their best, so I hope that Korean society will cast aside prejudice and warmly embrace us.” Reporter Song Hasung
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    2022-03-28
  • Expand socio economic participation of marriage immigrant women.
      In order to finalize the 3rd Basic Plan for Multicultural Family Policy, the government has decided to carry out a total of 1481 detailed tasks from 18 central administrative agencies and 17 cities and provinces. Support for single-parent families to raise children of single-parent multicultural families and to inspire self-reliance, such as strengthening the case management function of the family center and introducing a 30% deduction for working and business income of working single parents to integrate multicultural families in vulnerable and crisis situations into the social safety net is also strengthened. In addition, it was decided to expand the social and economic participation of marriage immigrants. Specialized vocational education and training that reflects the local job demand and the needs of marriage immigrant women job seekers will be provided to the National Women's New Employment Center, and the function of the Family Center's linkage with specialized employment agencies will be strengthened. In addition, it was decided to increase social acceptance of multiculturalism based on mutual respect. Education for understanding multiculturalism according to life cycle and occupational groups such as infants, adolescents, civil servants, and military personnel is provided, and multicultural education in which marriage immigrants directly work as local activists to visit daycare centers and schools will be expanded. Prime Minister Kim said, “The government should actively review the content discussed at the Multicultural Family Policy Committee today, and work with determination to ensure an equal starting point for school-age children and adolescents of multicultural families and to create a policy environment so that they can grow into next-generation leaders. ” he urged.  
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    2022-02-09
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