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White Paper on Human Rights in North Korea 2017

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Author Do Kyung-ok,Han Dong-ho,Rim Ye-joon,Lee Sang-sin,Min Tae-eun,Lee Woo-tae.
Publish Date / Page 2017 / 586 p. :
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Summary

ChapterⅠ Purpose for Publication and Research Methodology
1 Purpose for Publication
2 Research Methodology

ChapterⅡ The Reality of Civil and Political Rights
1 Right to Life
2 Right to Not Receive Torture or Inhumane Treatment
3 Right to Not be Forced into Labor
4 Right to Liberty and Security of Person
5 Right to Humane Treatment in Detention
6 Right to Freedom of Movement and Residence
7 Right to a Fair Trial
8 Right to Privacy
9 Right to Freedom of Ideology, Conscience and Religion
10 Right to Freedom of Expression
11 Right to Freedom of Assembly and Association
12 Right to Political Participation
13 Right to Equality

ChapterⅢ The Reality of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
1 Right to Food
2 Right to Health
3 Right to Work
4 Right to Education
5 Right to Social Security

ChapterⅣ Vulnerable Groups
1 Women
2 Children
3 Persons with Disabilities

ChapterⅤ Major Issues
1 Political Prison Camps (Kwanliso)
2 Corruption
3 Overseas Defectors
4 Overseas Workers
5 Separated Families, Abductees and Korean War POWs
ChapterⅠ
Purpose for Publication and Research Methodology

The White Paper on Human Rights in North Korea 2017 aims to increase awareness on North Korean human rights issues in Korea as well as abroad by providing the basic materials required for related discussions and activities. Also, this White Paper comprehensively and systematically analyzes the human rights situation in North Korea and North Korean human rights issues.

This White Paper bases its views of the human rights situation of the North Korean people on the framework of international human rights standards. As is well known, North Korea is a State Party to major international human rights treaties. To identify the extent to which the individual rights recognized in each treaty are guaranteed, we first reviewed the relevant laws and regulations of North Korea and examined the related realities. Such analysis is meaningful in that we can identify the level of compliance by North Korea in the laws and regulations it has enacted on its own as well as the degree to which it has fulfilled its international obligations as a State Party to these treaties....