'Knowledge Sharing' Multiparty Dialogue Mecahnisms on all issues related to the DPRK.
Firstly, how to get more outside sources of information into the hands of North Koreans by forming a
meida strategy employing different technologies and programing to reach different audiences (who find it increasinthgly differentiated by their media preferences). To find more fundind for Radio Free Asia (RFA) and similar groups as well as more transmitters for Japan and South Korea. To find room for other approaches, however, sucha s the use of USBS; MP3's; Thumb Drives; iPads; iPods; and Smart Phones.
To urgently find a timescale and technologies available-such as how much information is available,wha that is relevant and then perhaps gather a few 'masterminds' together to see and find what
strategies could be implemented in order to achieve this. Looking at it from every angle possible to be able to use all communication methods (Cahnnels and Routes). To find a way of creating sufficient number of ways to ensure that the communications get through and are enough to make an impact. There are distinct differences in Chinese Technologies, but access is more readily available than any other, so, this is why it does depend on timescale. To find funding or to find anyone who knows of any way of funding this project.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been written dated: 17th January 2012 as follows:
(i) Describing the situation of all parties invovled and how they relate to each other.
(ii) What services each party contributes to the deal before, during and after the joint venture.
(iii) The purpose of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), is to identify the roles and responsibilities of each party as they relate to provinding 'Knowledge Sharing' information cooperation related to issues on the DPRK.
(iv) All parties to participate in 'Knowledge Sharing' Multiparty Mechanisms, including Strategies; Trade Policies; Economic Development; Aid Effectiveness; Health; Language Learning; Transport; Realization of Humanitarianism and Brotherhood; The Tumen River Cooperation; The Helsinki Accord; Agriculture; Finance; Joint Activities Cooperation; Joint Funded Operations; International/Food Security; Denuclearization; and Six Party Talks.
(v) The ' Knowledge Sharing' Programme is intended to open up discussions on Economic Development Assistance; to push forward to prevent armed conflict and establish a lasting PEACE in the Korean Peninsula.
(vi) To support all parties in conducting ' Knowledge Sharing' data and information on cooperation in their respective areas of expertise in their fields of work.
(vii) To allow 'Knowledge Sharing' ideas which are outlined within the issues of the DPRK.
(viii) Understand the support efforts to North Korea, among all participants including the North Korean Government Officials, Technicians; Experts; Local Residents; and South Korean support groups.
(ix) Contribute to the developemnt of a Development Assistant Model by seeking better ways to enhance the living standards of the North.
(x) All parties should ensure that 'Knowledge Sharing' activities are conducted in compliance with all applicable Laws (Federal Laws, International Humanitarian Laws (IHL) ), rules and regulations, including Civil Rights and other circulars governing cost issues.
(xi) Achieve Inter-Korean Reconciliation and cooperation through wider 'Knowledge Sharing' activities.
(xii) Other activities include Policy Research; providing food necessities in Emergency Aid; Development Support; Agricultural and Livestock Support; Healthcare and Medical Aid Support; and
Food Assistance for the needy and most vulnerable.
This will include a multi-layered platform that incorporates a protected collaboration area where several people can converge with their ideas and suggestions for more 'sensitive' projects.