Street Campaigns'S ARCHIVE

  • 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 held captive by a Chinese guard and a North Korean guard, as well as lots of materials with information on the North Korean crisis. The purpose of […]

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  • This December, Justice for North Korea wants to wish North Koreans a Merry Christmas and give them Hope for the Holidays. We will have four events this month to promote North Korean freedom and human rights, and bring them Hope for the Holidays. 1- We will have a Street Campaign next Saturday, December 6 from […]

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  •    “While They Watched”, the retrospective documentary that looks back at the crimes against    humanity perpetrated by the current North Korean regime on its own people, is set to be    released early next year. Two experts that will be interviewed in this film are Aaron    Peterson, Justice for North Korea’s Coordination Manager, […]

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  • Justice for North Korea is a non-religious, non-governmental organization actively opposing the ongoing human rights violations committed against North Koreans. But if Justice for North Korea is a non-religious organization, then why does it participate in prayer meetings for North Korea? When we say that we are a “non-religious” organization, we mean that we do […]

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  • While Justice for North Korea remains a non-religious organization, from time to time we participate in a prayer meeting for North Korea. On September 29, Justice for North Korea joined with other human rights and religious groups to pray for an end to the crisis in North Korea. Participants prayed for North Korea’s persecuted Christians, […]

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  • We took a break from our Street Campaigns for a little while, but we have now started them up again. Our most recent one was on Saturday, September 13. Our next one will be this Saturday, September 27, and we plan to continue them every other Saturday until the end of the year. The Street […]

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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