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The State of Human Rights in North Korea

  • April 02, 2020
  • April 09, 2020
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Korea Economic Institute in Washington DC
World Affairs Councils across the US
a webinar discussion of

The State of Human Rights in North Korea

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Available April 2-9, 2020

This event was livestreamed via Zoom
early in the morning Pacific time.including an interactive Q&A session at the end.


Ambassador Robert King

Former U.S. Special Envoy for North Korea Human Rights 
Non-Resident Fellow 
Korea Economic Institute of America 

Greg Scarlatoiu 
Executive Director 
Committee for Human Rights in North Korea 

Moderated by:
Mark Tokola

Vice President
Korea Economic Institute of America

The Trump Administration may no longer be spotlighting North Korea's violations of human rights, but the State Department's 2019 Human Rights Report is at least as tough in its language on North Korea as were its 2018 and 2017 reports. Along with the February 25, 2020, report of the United Nations Human Rights Council, and the Korea Institute for National Unification's (KINU) 2019 White Paper on Human Rights in North Korea, there is ample recent documentation showing the continuing abysmal state of human rights in Kim Jong-un's North Korea.

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Inland Southern California
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