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[Personal Reflection] 50 Years of Silence: The No Gun Ri Incident

Soo Yon Suh June 4, 2013

Sometimes life seems like a vicious cycle of the same routine. But, then it throws at you a curve ball that takes you off track. My unexpected curve ball was the opportunity to visit No Gun Ri (노근리) .  No Gun Ri was a life changing experience opening my eyes yet again to the realities… Continue Reading »

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Protests at ASEM International Human Rights Seminar

Eugene Shin June 29, 2012

On 27th June, human rights activists gathered outside the ASEM International Human Rights seminar, protesting against the reappointment of Byung-chul Hyun, the chief commisioner of the National Human Rights Commission of Korea (NHRCK). This seminar, on the topic of ‘Human Rights and Information Technology”, was attended by members of Human Rights Commissions from other countries,… Continue Reading »

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BERSIH 2.0 – Fair and Free Elections in Malaysia Campaign

Soo Yon Suh May 4, 2012

“Only when elections are clean and fair, can citizens be real masters of their own destiny and expect holders of public office to act accountably and effectively.” This is the tag line for BERSIH 2.0, an international campaign created in 2006 to reform the electoral process in Malaysia. Started in the Malaysian Parliament building lobby attended by… Continue Reading »

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[Statement] SOUTH KOREA/BURMA: South Korean corporate and government should not exploit Burma’s liberal movement

Soo Yon Suh April 13, 2012

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AHRC-FST-025-2012 April 13, 2012 A Statement from Korean NGOs forwarded by the Asian Human Rights Commission SOUTH KOREA/BURMA: South Korean corporate and government should not exploit Burma’s liberal movement Recently the movements such as nomination Aung San Suu Kyi, in Burma election have shown positive progressive movement of democratization in Burma. However,… Continue Reading »

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