CanKor Interviews: Jack Kim

In August 2010, CanKor caught up with Han Voice Executive Director Jack Kim during the 10th Annual International Conference on North Korean Human Rights. Below are excerpts of our conversation.

CanKor: Why is the 10th Annual International Conference on North Korean Human Rights and Refugees important?

CanKor: The topic of Human Rights in North Korea seems to divide people along ideological and sectoral lines. Is this inevitable?

CanKor: What is next for North Korean Human Rights advocacy?

CanKor: What are the next steps for Han Voice?

CanKor: What can specifically Canadian sponsorship offer?

CanKor: Do you Read CanKor?

Humanitarian and Human Rights Agenda for North Korea

Following the conference on humanitarian and human rights agenda of the Brookings-SAIS Project on Internal Displacement and Refugees International in March 2004, Joel Charny, Vice President for Policy, Refugees International and Roberta Cohen, Brookings Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, authored the following suggested agenda for human rights and humanitarian aid in the DPRK. These are hotly contested points, and CanKor would be pleased to hear where you stand on these issues. Please send us your comments.

A Suggested Humanitarian and Human Rights Agenda for North Korea by Joel Charny and Roberta Cohen, 20 July 2004 Read the rest of this entry »

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