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Election Corruption Whitsleblower is Appointed Head of an Infractions Reporting Center

Elizabeth Na April 25, 2014

“I want to make a society where there is no need for internal whistleblowing.” This is what Lee JiMoon stated in an interview, who was responsible for the exposure of the controversy in a 1992 election where misuse of the absentee votes from drafted soldiers occurred, along with other whistleblowers monitoring the government, founded the Korea Public Reporting Center recently which… Continue Reading »

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April Comfort Women Korea-Japan Negotiations, Possibly Last Hope of Resolving Comfort Women Issue

Elizabeth Na April 21, 2014

On April 16th, in order to discuss the controversial issue of the Korean women made “Comfort Women “during the Japanese Occupation, a meeting between the directors of the Korean and Japanese Ministries of Foreign Affairs was held. The Korean terms of negotiations were that the Japanese government should acknowledge their crimes, and make official apologies… Continue Reading »

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Weekly English Language Publication Digest: April 7 – April 13

Ekaterina Mozhaeva April 15, 2014

Every week South Korean Human Rights Monitor publishes a digest of articles and reports on important human rights issues related to Korea from domestic and international media, rights organizations and government agencies. Through this publication we hope to share other perspectives on issues that HRM covers and also to share information about issues that HRM… Continue Reading »

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Stopping Use of S. Korean Tear Gas in Bahrain

Ekaterina Mozhaeva April 11, 2014

Co-written with Elizabeth Na On March 20th activists from the civic group Bahrain Watch, in cooperation with Korean civic groups, held a seminar called “Tear Gas in Bahrain and Arab Spring” as part of their week long effort to educate the Korean government and public about their continued campaign to permanently block the sale and… Continue Reading »

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Weekly English Language Publication Digest: March 31 – April 6

Ekaterina Mozhaeva April 8, 2014

Every week South Korean Human Rights Monitor publishes a digest of articles and reports on important human rights issues related to Korea from domestic and international media, rights organizations and government agencies. Through this publication we hope to share other perspectives on issues that HRM covers and also to share information about issues that HRM… Continue Reading »

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