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Yu Jae Gil, activist for North Korean democracy, in NK Vision, October 2012
03
Jul
2013

The Making of Activist Yu Jae Gil: Former Juche Supporter Imprisoned in China for Work toward North Korean Democracy

Read in Korean Kim Young Hwan was not the only activist arrested in China in March 2012 and held for nearly four months. The following article about Yu Jae Gil, long-time activist for North Korean democracy, appeared on pages 46-49 … Continue reading


Kim Young Hwan
23
Jul
2012

Who Is Kim Young Hwan, a.k.a. “Steel”?

The following article appeared on page 21 in the June 2012 issue of NK Vision. Translation by NKnet intern Amy Hong. Kim Young Hwan (49), who entered Seoul National University’s School of Law in 1982, was the first to introduce … Continue reading


Han Ki Hong, president of NKnet and publisher of NK Vision
16
Jan
2012

The Democratization of North Korea — An Unavoidable Task of Our Time

Read in Korean The following appeared on pages 8-9 as the Publisher’s Column in the January 2012 issue of NK Vision magazine. In your life, you have to let both those you love and those you hate go. You should … Continue reading


Kim Young Hwan speaks at seminar on Middle East and North Korean democratization
02
Mar
2011

Seminar on the Middle East and North Korean Democratization

NKnet will hold a seminar, “The Popular Uprisings in the Middle East and Prospects for North Korean Democratization,” on Thursday, March 3rd, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. at the Seoul Press Center (20th Floor – Seoul Press Club). (This seminar … Continue reading


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Oct
2010

The Role of South Korea in North Korean Democratization and Human Rights

The following is the prepared text of a presentation at the 2010 International Conference on Human Rights sponsored by NKnet, the Sejong Institute and NED. The conference was held in Washington, D.C., on October 21. 1. Lee Myeong Bak Government’s … Continue reading


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Oct
2010

The Current State and Future Prospects of the North Korean Democratization and Human Rights Movement

The following is the prepared text of a presentation at the 2010 International Conference on Human Rights sponsored by NKnet, the Sejong Institute and NED. The conference was held in Washington, D.C., on October 21. 1. Necessary to Define North … Continue reading


North Korean citizens before a hammer, sickle, and brush monument.
06
Jan
2010

10 Tasks of North Korean Democratization

On the occasion of our 10th anniversary, the Network for North Korean Democracy and Human Rights (NKnet) offered the following list of topics for the direction of the North Korean human rights and democracy movement. These ten issues must be … Continue reading


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