On Wednesday, February 21st, NK Watch attended the Moving foward on the COI+10: Accountability avenues for international crimes conference held by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Seoul to gain new insights into accoutability measures for North Korea’s crimes against humanity.
Rachel Stine, “NGO releases paper solidifying links between NK’s Kim family and crimes against humanity,” Korea Times, 2023. 08. 01. https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/nation/2024/01/103_356000.html Nonprofit organization NK Watch held a press conference, July 25, to present its new report, titled “The Suryong Dictatorship Mechanism: Who Is Ultimately Responsible for Crimes Against Humanity.” The 239-page document solidifies the links […]
Who is Ultimately Responsible for Crimes Against Humanity in North Korea? – NK Watch Briefing Session on the Suryong Dictatorship Mechanism
On this coming Tuesday, July 25th, 2023, NK Watch (Myeongchul Ahn, Executive Director), a non-profit advocating for North Korean human rights, along with the NDI (National Democratic Institute), is to hold a briefing session on North Korean Crimes Against Humanity for the international community including foreign correspondents, diplomats and non-profit organizations. NK Watch has completed […]
On December 10, 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that “All human beings..
On September 28th, program director Kwanhyung Lee and Haein Nam, international manager of NK Watch, had a luncheon together.
Post-event – Conference on international advocacy to act to ensure accountability for north korea’s human rights violations
On Monday, September 27th, NK Watch held an international conference regarding advocacy and accountability for human rights violations in North Korea. The venue was prepared in compliance with social distancing measures. Thank you to all the speakers, both in person and online. Seating was prepared for social distancing Hon. Michael Kirby giving his keynote speech […]
Conference on international advocacy to act to ensure accountability for north korea’s human rights violations
NK Watch, an NGO specializing in investigating and documenting the harm of North Korean human rights violations, will hold an international conference, the Conference on international advocacy to act to ensure accountability for north korea’s human rights violations, on Monday, September 27th, at the Seoul Global Center, occurring both online and in-person. This conference aims to […]