South Korean Human Rights Monitor



Relationship Between NIS and 2012 Korean Presidential Election Remains Unsolved

Eunjung Cha February 26, 2013

A week before the Korean 2012 presidential election, the Democratic United Party made public its doubts on the National Intelligence Service’s (NIS) suspicious actions. That is, according to the party, a female employee from NIS – Ms. Kim (29), posted notes criticizing Democratic Party presidential nominee Moon Jae-in. They also mentioned the possibility of reporting… Continue Reading »


Urgent Need for Proper Representation of Mentally Disabled During Police Interrogation

May Cho July 6, 2012

Recently, there has been criticism relating to controversial police interrogation techniques of the mentally disabled, labeling it as being a violation of human rights. As more and more news on discriminatory police interrogation techniques against the mentally disabled people emerge, there is a cry for the need of protection of their rights. In April, the Incheon… Continue Reading »

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