Letter to South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in from 47 groups representing 300 non-governmental organizations and 7  concerned individuals in 16 countries to express our deep concern regarding the Republic of Korea government’s increasingly weak stance on human rights in North Korea

Letter to South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in from 47 groups representing 300 non-governmental organizations and 7 concerned individuals in 16 countries to express our deep concern regarding the Republic of Korea government’s increasingly weak stance on human rights in North Korea

President of the Republic of Korea1 Cheongwadae-ro, Jongno-guSeoul 03048 Republic of Korea Joint Open Letter to President Moon Jae-in Re: Promoting Human Rights in North Korea President Moon Jae-in, We are writing on behalf of 47 groups representing 300...

UK Government cites listing of North Korea as the country where “Christians face the most extreme persecution and has done so for the past 17 years,” welcomes Korea Future Initiative, and says it can use its new Global Human Rights sanctions regime against those responsible for persecution on grounds of religion or belief.

UK Government cites listing of North Korea as the country where “Christians face the most extreme persecution and has done so for the past 17 years,” welcomes Korea Future Initiative, and says it can use its new Global Human Rights sanctions regime against those responsible for persecution on grounds of religion or belief.

Religious believers in North Korea are incarcerated in prison camps. The UN Commission of Inquiry said the regime should be tried for crimes against humanity. Nothing has been done. UK Government cites listing of North Korea as the country where "Christians face the...

Government says “We do not plan to review the position on the determination of genocide” – but will rely on organisations like the UN – knowing that China will veto any investigation into crimes against the Uighurs just as it prevented the International Criminal Court investigating the UN’s report which found evidence of crimes against humanity in North Korea.

Government says “We do not plan to review the position on the determination of genocide” – but will rely on organisations like the UN – knowing that China will veto any investigation into crimes against the Uighurs just as it prevented the International Criminal Court investigating the UN’s report which found evidence of crimes against humanity in North Korea.

The world continually turns a blind eye to genocide. Think of the Yazidis and Christians in Iraq, or the Rohingya and Uighur Muslims in Burma and China... It's why we need to remove the decision to name a genocide from political and diplomatic vested interests and...

International Scandal As Escaping Christians Continue To Suffer -Ijaz Paras Masih died in Detention Centre. Read report on”The United Nations: Missing In Action.” Also – Celebration in Parliament of the 126th Birthday of Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar and the campaign to Make Caste History.

International Scandal As Escaping Christians Continue To Suffer   Thailand’s Government and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Bangkok have been accused of “negligence” after a Pakistani Christian asylum seeker died in a detention centre last month.  ...

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For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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