Why human rights organizations stand behind the UN Office in Seoul | NK News
July 24, 2024
Opinion

Why human rights organizations stand behind the UN Office in Seoul

Criticism is harmful to broader North Korean human rights movement

Recent criticism of the UN Human Rights Office in Seoul, coming from individuals supposedly working towards North Korean human rights, unfairly judges the offices’ work and does not represent the views of the majority of activists in this field.

Furthermore, it is actually harmful to the broader North Korean human rights movement and our shared goal of improving the human rights situation inside North Korea.

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