For the first time as an academic research institution in Asia, the Academy of Mobility Humanities(AMH) just joined the Global University Network for Innovation (GUNi) in January 2019. The Global University Network for Innovation (GUNi) is an international network created in 1999 and supported by the UNESCO, the United Nations University and the Catalan Association of Public Universities.
(see News in GUNI site ) ( http://www.guninetwork.org/news/global-university-network-innovation-welcomes-9-new-members )
GUNi is currently composed of 210 members from 78 countries, which includes the UNESCO Chairs in Higher Education, higher education institutions, research centers and networks related to innovation and the social commitment of higher education. The director of AMH, Inseop Shin said that joining the GUNi, AMH will have a prestigious opportunity to work with the international members of the network in varied areas of academic research, higher education, and social service to find ways to resolve the difficult and common problems that the current hyper-mobile societies today face.