Human Security / Human Rights
Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
As North Korean missiles soar, the skies around peninsula grow more dangerous
Frequency and diversity of launches put more aircraft at risk, increasing likelihood of disruptions and even catastrophe
Ask a North Korean: What is it like to raise a child in the DPRK?
Mothers do the best they can for their children but face challenges ranging from poor health care to paying for school
Russian Far East region says it sent nearly 3K tons of corn to North Korea
Customs data from Amur Oblast gives rare look at bilateral trade figures following reports of food shortages in DPRK
Seoul discourages leafleting into North Korea after reported balloon launch
Defector group claims it sent thousands of anti-regime leaflets and flash drives over border, according to local media
Don’t have a cow, man? Now North Korean farmers can get one at oxen marketplace
Recent DPRK law creates legal market for the draft animal in the most significant agricultural reform in years
Music by ‘Queen of K-pop’ features in new North Korean propaganda vlog
Tourism video targeting Chinese viewers uses BoA track despite DPRK’s crackdown on foreign media
North Korea says ‘virgin girl soldier’ died for Kim Jong Un at construction site
State media praises 18-year-old for following leader’s orders and rejecting rest after ‘emergency surgery'
Settling in Seoul: What was your first year like after reaching South Korea?
Some adjust faster than others to a capitalist lifestyle, even when it causes tensions with those closest to us
State media review: North Korean kids show loyalty to state by walking 215 miles
An in-depth analysis of children’s cross-country pilgrimage, a new school year and the DPRK’s latest Cheonan denial
North Korea continues crackdown on foreign music, outside information, and porn
Fans of K-pop and other South Korean content continue to risk life imprisonment and hard labor, new law shows
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