Multicultural Family Support Center in South Korea
Multicultural Family Support Centers in South Korea are operated and funded by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. They were established under the 2008 Support for Multicultural Families Act.
The aim and purpose of these centers are to provide family education, counseling and cultural services for multicultural families, to support the early settlement of immigrant women in Korean society, and to help multicultural families enjoy stable family lives. By collaborating with local cities and provinces, the Support Centers manage to provide basic but necessary services to local women such as Korean language and cultural education services, translation and interpretation services, childcare support services, child education support services, employment& venture support services.
- Dicolen, Emely; Sanchez, Nicomil (2016). "Multicultural Family Support Centers (MFSCs) in South Korea: Promoting Harmony and Cultural Integration" (PDF). International Journal of Education and Learning. 5 (2). Retrieved 10 November 2018.
- "Danuri". MOGEF. Archived from the original on 2011-04-19.
- Official website (in Korean)
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