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Citizens' Alliance for North Korean Human Rights

Org #15378
Vetted since 2013
1996
year founded
$55,578
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to protect lives and human rights of North Korean people. We strive to achieve our goal through assistance to North Korean refugees hiding in third countries and continue to assist them with their re-settlement and education in South Korea. Our ultimate goal is to support a development of a generation of successful young North Koreans who will drive toward peaceful re-unification of the two countries and will become a bridge between North and South, if the two countries unify. In supporting human rights improvements in the country, we focus on providing information about the situation inside and encouraging international community to raise their voice against the abuses.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Joanna Hosaniak
Joanna Hosaniak
Team
Youngja KIM, Joanna HOSANIAK
Organization Information
7-2 Jungcheongro 2-ga (131 Tongil-ro), Sodaemun,
Gonghwa Building 10F
Seoul, Seoul 03735
South Korea
82 2 723 1672

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #7243750973
Organization Information
7-2 Jungcheongro 2-ga (131 Tongil-ro), Sodaemun,
Gonghwa Building 10F
Seoul, Seoul 03735
South Korea
82 2 723 1672

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #7243750973

Project Reports

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Sep 26, 2019
You are the Bridge for Unification!
The NKHR's leadership program "U-Bridge" (You are the Bridge for Unification) is aimed to foster  North Korean university students to become future leaders who will be able to take an...
May 3, 2019
30th Hangyureh School for North Korean Youth
Last Winter break, 33 North Korean students joined the Hangyureh Winter School from January 2 to 19. Participating students lived side-by-side with volunteer teachers and NKHR officers and took...
Oct 16, 2018
First steps to South Korea: Hanawon Program
Hanawon, the facility affiliated with the South Korean Ministry of Unification is where North Korean defectors receive 12-week training for social adaptation and prepare for settlement by learning...
 
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