Eun Ha Chang
Past Visiting Fellow
Eun Ha Chang is Director at the Center for International Development and Cooperation, KWDI. Prior to joining KWDI, she was a Research Fellow at the Center for International Studies at Yonsei University. She was also a lecturer at Yonsei and Korea University. Her research interests include gender and development, international humanitarian assistance, women, peace and security (WPS) agenda.
Eun Ha holds a bachelor’s degree in French Language and Literature from Yonsei University, a master’s degree (MALD) from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, and a doctoral degree from the Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University. She was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard Yenching Institute(2008-2010), and also worked as a communication specialist at McKinsey & Company(1997-1999). Eun Ha won Best Lecturer’s Awards from Korea University in 2012 and Kyunghee University in 2018.
Publications by Eun Ha Chang
Gender Equality on the Korean Peninsula
Issues of gender equality and women’s participation can often be neglected in peace building processes and thus far it has certainly not been a driving agenda in the current negotiations […]