Street Campaigns'S ARCHIVE

  • Recently, nine North Korean refugee youth were repatriated to North Korea by the Laotian government. Their fate as “political criminals” will likely include torture, interrogations, being sentenced to imprisonment in a concentration camp, or even execution. Justice for North Korea has begun a campaign called “Save My Friends Before Christmas”, in which we are petitioning the South […]

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  • There are many events on the horizon for Justice for North Korea! It’s my pleasure to introduce them to you. For more information on each event, please take a look at the events page. 2013 Volunteer Seminar Series April 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th at 7:30p Every Tuesday in April, JFNK will be hosting its […]

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  • Saturday, March 12, 2011 My first day with JFNK has come to a bittersweet end. The directions were pretty straightforward: Anguk Station Exit #6. I call my Facebook friend who I have never met face-to-face. His voice is pleasantly and somewhat unexpectedly optimistic. His directions are walk straight into the famous street of Insadong. I […]

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  • Original article appeared here. Aiding North Korea defectors: A high-stakes spy mission A recent operation offers a peek inside the ‘underground railroad,’ a network of safe houses and secret border crossings that assists in the escape of North Korean refugees. Demonstrators in Seoul, the South Korean capital, enact a North Korean soldier’s detention of a […]

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  • Original article appeared here. The plight of NK refugees in China September 15, 2009 Justice for North Korea members conduct a street performance Saturday afternoon in Insa-dong, central Seoul, that depicts how North Korean defectors to China are treated. Provided by Justice for North Korea North Koreans who escape their impoverished homeland by sneaking into […]

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