ASEZ Members in the U.S. Carried Out Beautification Project in Thomas Alva Edison State Park
On Sunday, May 2, 2021, more than 65 university students from the Middlesex County College Chapter in New Jersey beautified the Thomas Alva Edison State Park and Museum. The Thomas Alva Edison State Park, which is dedicated to Thomas Edison, is one of the state’s most historical sites regarded as an emblem of advancement in technology of New Jersey. ASEZ members rolled up their sleeves to make Thomas Edison Park safer and more friendly as part of their Reduce Crime Together Movement. As we can see in the “broken windows theory,” unclean environments encourage further crimes and disorder. In the 1980s, following this theory, the New York Department of Transportation issued a policy to erase graffiti thoroughly on the subway as a measure to reduce serious crimes on the subway. As a result, the violent subway crime rate in New York had declined markedly and in the 1990s, it declined by 75%...
Protecting Cultural Heritage for the Implementation of the SDGs
ASEZ Volunteers to Preserve the Cultural Heritage of Peru
ASEZ members got rid of the old flyers posted on poles from Manco Capac Street to Atahualpa Street. These streets, where the cultural heritage “Los Banos del Inca” was located, are tourist attractions visited by many foreigners and local residents. However, various flyers were attached on the poles indiscriminately, which defiled the appearance of the street...
Cheer Up Campaign for Healthcare Workers
"Cheer up" Campaign for the Medical Staff in Gongju Medical Center
In this difficult situation where the whole world is suffering from the pandemic, some people give support to the medical staff with their handwritten letters and support kits full of love. They are the ASEZ members in Gongju. On June 3, ASEZ members from Kongju National University, Gongju National University of Education, and Korea College of Media Arts carried out the “Cheer up” campaign to support the medical staff who are having a hard time due to the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic...
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University Students, the Messengers for International Peace
International Day of Peace: The Role of Youth for Peace
OVID-19 vaccines are being developed and people are getting vaccinated, however, the pandemic is not over yet. Due to the increase of Delta variant that is highly contagious than the previous coronavirus which can be dominant, the confirmed case from January to August in 2021 was more than the total number of confirmed cases in 2020. In this situation, vaccination is becoming urgent throughout the world...
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