Slow But Notable Progress on North Korean Human Rights

May 22nd, 2012
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The final lecture in NKnet’s North Korean Human Rights speaker series was on Wednesday May 16th. The evening’s theme was the role of the international community and various ways expatriates and students living in Seoul can get involved with the North Korean human rights movement. NKnet invited Joanna Hosaniak from Citizens’ Alliance

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