Ceremony Kicks Off North Korean Human Rights Month

September 4th, 2012

This September is North Korean Human Rights Month, and it kicked off with an impressive opening ceremony at the Constitution Hall of the National Assembly in central Seoul.

The ceremony proclaimed the start of the month’s events and was attended by over 300 participants.

The attendees included North Korean human rights activists, defectors and college

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Jennifer Chang

Jennifer Chang is a freelance broadcast and print journalist. She is now a Seoul-based correspondent with Global Radio News in London, and makes appearances as a reporter on English-language TV networks around the world. She also contributes articles to various publications such as the Christian Science Monitor's Global News Blog and Asia-Pacific Business and Technology Report, a magazine with subscribers in over 30 Asia-Pacific nations. Prior to working for GRN, she covered North and South Korea for the U.S. network, CBS Radio News.

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