South Korean Human Rights Monitor

sexual harassment


A World of Difference Depending on the University President: Punishment for Professors Guilty of Sexually Violating Students

Elizabeth Na March 17, 2014

Recently the two headlining sexual molestation cases of female students by university professors from separate universities, that are both major representatives of the same Choongnam region, are turning out to be starkly related. From these two cases, one can derive that the president of a university, who symbolizes the authority and duty of the university, plays a… Continue Reading »


Establishing Precedent in Sexual Harassment Case at Hyundai Motor

Alexandra Bauer January 27, 2012

  Two years ago Hyundai Motor Company and one of its subcontract businesses in Asan, South Korea were a big topic in the news.  Mrs. Park, who has worked in the factory of Asan as a subcontracted worker, has suffered sexual harassment by her superiors, but had the courage to stand up for herself, when… Continue Reading »


News Brief – Jan 18~20, 2011 South Korea Human Rights

Soo Yon Suh January 24, 2011

News Brief                                                                                                                                January 18, 2011 Unemployment Rate Remains at Crisis Level  Despite economic recovery and the National Employment Strategy Council’s efforts, the unemployment rate continues to fall. A senior researcher was quoted stating, “the closer we move toward being an advanced nation, the higher the employment rate should be, but South Korea has been stagnating”… Continue Reading »

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