“Listen to the North Korean Defectors: Then You Will Know the Truth”
April 28-May 4, 2019
North Korea Freedom Week returns to Washington, D.C. this year with the 16th annual North Korea Freedom Week kicking off Sunday, April 28th with an international day of prayer and fasting for North Korea’s freedom and a wreath laying ceremony at the Korean War Memorial to be followed by a week of activities focused on promoting freedom for the people of North Korea people. This year’s theme is: Listen to the North Korean Defectors: Then You Will Know the Truth and events throughout the week will feature the testimonies of North Korean defectors to focus attention on the four major topics listed below.Continue reading “16th Annual North Korea Freedom Week”
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a world where North Korean women are discriminated against, persecuted, punished, tortured, and even killed by their own government, the UN Commission on the Status of Women has yet to take up this issue. We were in New York for the annual meetings again this year and highlighted the suffering of North Korean women through expert and eyewitness testimony.Continue reading “Total Lack of Protection for North Korean Women and Girls – Video, Report, and Transcripts”
Please join us on March 15 in New York City for an event focusing on the plight of North Korean women. Two North Korean defectors will speak about their lives in and escape from North Korea and China. Our two witnesses lived in rural North Korea and China and will speak to the priority theme of the 63rd Session of the UN Comission on the Status of Women. In addition, Ann Buwalda of Jubilee Campaign and Greg Scarlatoiu of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea will join us for a brief discussion on international human rights and policy recommendations.EContinue reading “Total Lack of Protection for North Korean Women and Girls”
NEW YORK (February 27, 2019) — In a joint letter addressed to the U.N. special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Human Rights Foundation (HRF), the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, and the North Korea Freedom Coalition urge Special Rapporteur Tomás Ojea Quintana to address the South Korean government’s efforts to silence North Korean defectors and other human rights activists, thereby abusing their hard-won rights to free speech and free assembly.Continue reading “Joint Letter to UN Special Rapporteur: Defend the Free Speech of North Korean Defectors and Human Rights Activists in South Korea”
Published on Feb 26, 2019, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Little is known about North Korea’s Sakkanmol missile operating base. Using commercial satellite technology, CSIS has identified 13 of the approximately 20 unidentified North Korean missile operating bases. Can North Korea truly denuclearize without acknowledging their secret missile operating bases? CSIS Korea Chair Victor Cha explains.
Defectors from North Korea share gruesome stories of life under leader Kim Jong Un. CNN’s Brian Todd reports. Source: CNN
Twice a month, the current of the waters at the borders flows to North Korea. Yong-Hwa Kim who is heading North Korean Refugees Human Rights Association of Korea (탈북난민인권연합) has been launching rice bottles with bible and rice + other items. This video is the 71st launch.