Author Archives Elizabeth Reeve

  • Justice for North Korea does numerous activities to help the North Korean people. Our six main activities are Street Campaigns, Protests, Fundraisers, Prayer Meetings, Screenings and Exhibitions, and Refugee Rescues. We do these activities to raise awareness of the North Korean crisis and to raise funds to bring North Korean refugees to safety. If you’d […]

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  • So far in 2014, Justice for North Korea’s Street Campaigns have been a huge success. From March to July of this year, Justice for North Korea conducted ten Street Campaigns, raising awareness of the crisis and collecting more than a million won to rescue North Korean refugees. Activists from the United States, Hong Kong, South Korea, Poland, […]

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  • Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to Seoul prompted Justice for North Korea and other concerned parties to protest the Chinese government’s policy of forcible repatriation of North Korean refugees. We reminded China that human rights issues take precedence over all conventions and economic agreements. With shouts and speeches, we pleaded with China to allow refugees safe passage through […]

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  • This past Friday, Justice for North Korea took part in the Jubilee International Prayer Convocation Rally at Sarang Church in Seoul. We held a smaller version of our Street Campaign, in order to raise awareness of the North Korean crisis and to protest the Chinese government’s brutal repatriation policy. We sold merchandise at the event in […]

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  • At our most recent CLASH concert, we raised 600,000 won to help rescue North Korean refugees hiding in China. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us. It costs roughly $1500 to rescue a refugee in hiding. Last year, through various fundraisers, Street Campaigns, and the sale of merchandise, Justice for North Korea was able to raise […]

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  • For this year’s North Korea Freedom Week, Justice for North Korea organized a screening of the film “Apostle” and held a Street Campaign in Insadong. We also participated in two prayer meetings for North Korea, as well as two rallies calling on the Chinese government to end its policy of forcible repatriation. It was an […]

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  • This past Wednesday, the founder of Justice for North Korea, pastor Peter Jung, gave a lecture at the North Korea Strategy Center’s speaker series. Pastor Jung spoke about his experience with North Korean refugees in China, and the problems these refugees face while in China and once they are repatriated to North Korea. He also shared pictures from […]

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  • In recent months, Justice for North Korea held special screenings in Seoul and Geneva of the new movie about the North Korean underground church entitled “Apostle” (신이보낸사람). In the movie, the protagonist Chul-ho and his wife are hauled away to a detention camp, while accused as first degree political criminals. Although Chul-ho had managed to […]

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  • One of Justice for North Korea’s most unique initiatives is the Street Campaign, held bi-monthly in Seoul’s famous Insadong area. Every campaign includes a live re-enactment of a North Korean refugee caught by a North Korean guard, as well as lots of materials with information on the North Korean crisis. Every campaign will also include […]

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