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History

Move the World Forward Together

The best team and its members honored with Minister of Health & Welfare’s Award.
Participation diversifying to include deaf-blind people, persons with intellectual disabilities etc.

2017

Creating the World Together

Holding a domestic camp to help the youths of Asia Pacific and the South Korean disabled youths to create a consensus.
Expanding the training report event to include the general public and delivering implications for South Korea through sharing the results of the training.

2015

Creating the World Together

Promoting the community’s interest in increasing its recognition in the Asia Pacific and the cooperation for international development (competition rate among wannabe participants from Asia Pacific at 6:1).

2013

Make the Right Real

Implementing training for international volunteers and disability activists.
Organizing Dreamholics as a network of previous participants.

2011

Folks Who Stand up for Their Rights

Conducting the 5th anniversary ceremony for the Dream Team.
Strengthening the cooperation for international development.

2009

Beyond the barrier of bias

Expanding topics for an open call (with 5 teams in open call topics and 2 teams in prepared topics).

2007

The passion and initiative of global leaders

South Korea’s first overseas training program targeting disabled youths.
Running prepared topics led by the association.

2005

2016

Creating the World Together

Diversified participants: creating a venue in which youths with diverse disabilities including those with intellectual disabilities and deaf-blind people can gather to understand one another and build up their competencies.

2014

Creating the World Together

Holding the 10th anniversary ceremony for the Dream Team of Disabled Youths.
Broadening the public awareness and consensus through youth conference, international seminars etc.

2012

Creating the World Together

Inviting Asia Pacific disabled youths to the Rehabilitation International World Congress for training purpose.
Meeting the needs of disabled youths through selecting the representatives for different terms.

2010

Folks Who Stand up for Their Rights

Conducting the 5th anniversary ceremony for the Dream Team
Strengthening the cooperation for international development

2008

Folks Who Stand up for Their Rights

Implementing the first training for the South Korean team with youths invited from Asia Pacific.

2006

Independence of people with disabilities in the world

Implementing open call topics planned and submitted by youths.
Implementing the domestic camps designed to enhance training preparation.

Move the World Forward Together

The best team and its members honored with Minister of Health & Welfare’s Award.
Participation diversifying to include deaf-blind people, persons with intellectual disabilities etc.

2017

2016

Creating the World Together

Diversified participants: creating a venue in which youths with diverse disabilities including those with intellectual disabilities and deaf-blind people can gather to understand one another and build up their competencies.

Creating the World Together

Holding a domestic camp to help the youths of Asia Pacific and the South Korean disabled youths to create a consensus.
Expanding the training report event to include the general public and delivering implications for South Korea through sharing the results of the training.

2015

2014

Creating the World Together

Holding the 10th anniversary ceremony for the Dream Team of Disabled Youths.
Broadening the public awareness and consensus through youth conference, international seminars etc.

Creating the World Together

Promoting the community’s interest in increasing its recognition in the Asia Pacific and the cooperation for international development (competition rate among wannabe participants from Asia Pacific at 6:1).

2013

2012

Creating the World Together

Inviting Asia Pacific disabled youths to the Rehabilitation International World Congress for training purpose.
Meeting the needs of disabled youths through selecting the representatives for different terms.

Make the Right Real

Implementing training for international volunteers and disability activists.
Organizing Dreamholics as a network of previous participants.

2011

2010

Folks Who Stand up for Their Rights

Conducting the 5th anniversary ceremony for the Dream Team
Strengthening the cooperation for international development

Folks Who Stand up for Their Rights

Conducting the 5th anniversary ceremony for the Dream Team.
Strengthening the cooperation for international development.

2009

2008

Folks Who Stand up for Their Rights

Implementing the first training for the South Korean team with youths invited from Asia Pacific.

Beyond the barrier of bias

Expanding topics for an open call (with 5 teams in open call topics and 2 teams in prepared topics).

2007

2006

Independence of people with disabilities in the world

Implementing open call topics planned and submitted by youths.
Implementing the domestic camps designed to enhance training preparation.

The passion and initiative of global leaders

South Korea’s first overseas training program targeting disabled youths.
Running prepared topics led by the association.

2005