ExpertiseConflict Resolution and Peace-building
Democracy and Political Participation
Social Movements & Non-violent Resistance
Mimi Han is a founding member of the Korean Women’s Movement for Peace, a national coalition amplifying grassroots women’s voices in Korea to advocate for peace, gender equality, and a world without war. The Korean Women’s Movement for Peace is part of the Korea Peace Now! global campaign for a peace agreement on the Korean Peninsula by 2020.
She currently serves as the vice president of World Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), and is an advisor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of Korea on sexual and gender-based violence in conflict, through the “Action with Women and Peace” initiative. She is an executive board member of the National YWCA of Korea and the vice chairperson of international affairs at the National Council of Churches in Korea
Mimi is also a board member of Women Migrants Human Rights Center of Korea. She lives in Seoul.