Our Partner organisations:
European Alliance for Human Rights in North Korea (EAHRNK)
The European Alliance for Human Rights in North Korea engages in research and advocacy for improving humanitarian conditions in the DPRK. Founded with a guiding mission to understand how and why North Korea’s human rights tragedy has persisted and to propose solutions as to how it could be addressed, EAHRNK formed a small group in the United Kingdom and across Europe to formulate theories for Change.
International Coalition to stop Crimes against Humanity in North Korea (ICNK)
The International Coalition to Stop Crimes Against Humanity in North Korea (ICNK) was formed on September 8, 2011. It comprises Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Federation for Human Rights and has support from over 40 organizations worldwide. North Korean human rights issues with which the ICNK deals include North Korea’s political prison camp system and the repatriation and punishment of North Korean refugees.
The gbs is a think tank for humanism and enlightenment, which is aligned with the guiding principle of evolutionary humanism, and to which many prestigious scientists, philosophers and artists belong.
Herz für Korea e.V (HEKO)
HEKO is committing their focus on encouraging the public perception of North Korea in Germany, by drawing attention to the human rights situation in North Korean labour camps. Furthermore, HEKO targets the young generation to prepare for the reunification of Korea. In Berlin particularly, young koreans and young adults of international origin should deal with the issue and potential of Korean reunification. It can be learned from the successful reunification of Germany.
Crime Prevention Solutions (CPS)
Citizens Alliance for North Korean Human Rights (NKHR)
NKHR is an NGO focused on raising awareness about the situation in North Korea, located in Seoul, South Korea. “With regard to the main composition of this movement, it is a citizens’ movement. With regard to its direction, it is an international movement. With regard to lessons from history, our movement is a peace movement. With regard to our goals and repercussions, our movement will create a solid foundation for the reunification of North and South Korea.”
Humanistischer Pressedienst (HPD)
The Humanist News Service presents enlightened, humanist and free spirited positions, to seek a greater attention in politics and media. Around the 20th of every month, the HPD publishes the ‚Notes to North Korea‘, which are written by the members of Saram e.V.