North Korea...where the worst human rights abuses and Christian persecution in the world happen. We'll hear stories about the suffering in North Korea from those who lived there, and those who escaped.
Canadian interactive resource on North Korea
Mobilizing Koreans & Canadians on behalf of North Koreans
Redefining the North Korean crisis through creative storytelling
Co-founder, Han Voice
Kyung Bok Lee
President, Canadian branch - Council for Human Rights in N. Korea
Born in Pyongyang
The images following the death of Kim Jong-il gripped us: how could North Koreans possibly mourn the death of such an oppressive dictator?
North Korea is home of THE worst human rights crisis in the world, where the average person is deprived of basic freedoms. But the nation is virtually isolated.
The government has tight control over everything, including food distribution.
And this heavily militarized boarder – known as the DMZ - is a concrete reminder that North and South Korea are still technically at war.
But some North Koreans have risked their lives and escaped through the Chinese border.
We will talk with one, on how she was brainwashed to worship Kim Jong-il as God. The cries of North Korea. Let's put it in Context.