As a result of ongoing forums and a committed task force, the Unification in the Home curriculum was released in May 2017. The action based curriculum was designed to empower women and families with understanding of the current Korean division and creative ways to make reunification efforts into their family life.

The curriculum is a substantive outcome of the Global Women’s Future Forum which was first convened in 2015 at the National Assembly Library Hall and has continued regularly to engage scholars, political and civil society leaders to develop and support opportunities for women to contribute to strengthening families as a key building block to a peaceful reunification.

In addition to Korean reunification, the forums address critical issues pertaining to the family such as the parent’s role in the family, gender-based violence and strengthening the extended family model.