Lord Alton of Liverpool – To ask His Majesty’s Government what discussions they have
had with the government of South Korea about the fate of North Korean refugees facing
forced repatriation to North Korea from China.
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon – As the UK and partners regularly make clear, we call on
states not to forcibly repatriate refugees to countries where they could face further human
rights abuses. The UK continues to engage with allies including the Republic of Korea
(ROK) to hold the DPRK to account for its egregious human rights record. At the 17
August UN Security Council meeting on the human rights situation in the Democratic
People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the UK called on all states to abide by the principle
Article in America Magazine: Saying no to slave labour: Younger consumers are demanding the truth – and in the DRC children and slave labour are used in mines to provide the CCP with cobalt.
My question in Parliament this week about the...