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Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency offers ATEK an official advisory role

July 15, 2010

(Seoul, Republic of Korea) – July, 2010 – The Association for Teachers of English in Korea (ATEK), an all-volunteer national support and information sharing network for English teachers, will serve as official advisors to the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency (SMPA) by providing policy and procedure recommendations as part of the newly established ‘Foreign Affairs Advisory Committee’.

The committee, also comprised of members representing Filipino, Nigerian, Chinese, and other key migrant groups, is intended to establish open communication channels between the various expat communities in Korea and the SMPA. Mark Barthelemy (Communications Officer for the Seoul PMA and Chair of the Press & Media Committee on ATEK’s National Council) is a bilingual volunteer with more than ten years experience in Korea, and he will represent ATEK’s members who come predominantly from the seven English speaking countries that send teachers to Korea.

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