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Hosted by Harvard Human Rights in North Korea (HRiNK) and Korean Association (KA) in support of Mulmangcho, a school for North Korean refugee children living in Seoul. HRiNK is planning on raising $10,000 for them by the end of the semester. Friday, April 4th, 2014 8:00 PM at Ticknor Lounge Dessert and drinks provided Cocktail attire requested […]Read More A Classy Cocktail: An Event in Support of the Mulmangcho School
Can you imagine abandoning your family and all you know, without the guarantee of ever seeing them again? That idea scares me immensely. As I read the New York Times article by Choe Sang-Hun North and South Koreans Meet in Emotional Family Reunions today, I felt a pain in my heart. Separated by war, political tensions, petty […]Read More It’s about the people.
Harvard(Undergraduate) Human Rights in North Korea presents: NORTH KOREA: PROLIFERATION, STABILITY, POWER CONSOLIDATION A discussion with Dr. John Park Adjunct Lecturer at Harvard University, Senior Asia Advisor at U.S. Institute of Peace, Associate at HKS’s Belfer Center Thursday, February 27, 2014 7:30 PM Emerson 105 Finale desserts will be served! Support our goal to raise […]Read More BEYOND NK 2014 Event Series-Discussion w/ Dr. John Park
I usually check CNN a few times a day to make sure I’m all caught up on my news. Lately, the headlining stories have all been about either the Olympics or another Obama scandal. However, today I was surprised to see that North Korea was front and center. The United Nations Commission of Inquiry on […]Read More “Now is a time for action. We can’t say we didn’t know.” — Michael Kirby
We are excited to say that this semester we will be focusing our efforts on supporting the Mulmangcho School in Seoul, South Korea, a school that provides education to North Korean refugees. To learn more, visit their facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/mulmangcho522Read More Mulmangcho School in Seoul, South Korea
On Monday, the sixth of January, South Korean President Park Geun-hye had proposed a reunion for families who have been separated from each other by the Korean War in 1950 for over 60 years. President Park Geun-hye made this proposal since the best time for reunion, Lunar New Year, is drawing near, so she wish […]Read More NK SHOOTS DOWN A NATIONAL REUNION