The Republic of Korea has become a destination for the growing number of the United Nations offices for the past few years. Majority of them are located in the cities of Incheon and Seoul. Starting 10 February 2014, each UN office will be featured every other week in a new interview series with the Korea Herald, an English daily.

Here is the list of articles in the series:

– UNESCAP eyes multifaceted partnership with Korea

– UNHCR ups efforts to protect N.K. defectors

– WFP: ‘Saemaul Movement tool for U.N. hunger initiative’

– UNIDO: Matching Korean investors to developing-world needs

– UNPOG: E-government key to good governance

– UN-APCICT: Bridging digital divide in Asia-Pacific

– UNCITRAL: New transparency rules key to trust in investor-state settlements

– IOM leads anti-human trafficking drive

UNDP eyes Korea’s expertise in environment, fighting corruption

UNISDR: Learning, preparedness key to disaster risk reduction

UNOSD: U.N. agency warns of weakened climate policy

A special series featuring the UN Offices in Republic of Korea