"Excellent documentation of Pyongyang’s camps."
"One of the prime places Obama could turn for help is the wildly under-appreciated Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, or HRNK. Based in Washington, and enlisting the help of hard-headed experts on both human rights and North Korea, HRNK’s small shop has turned out a series of landmark reports . . ."
"A private, bipartisan group that is considered the leading American group on the issue."
"The leading North Korean human rights research and advocacy group based in America."
"A bipartisan and secular group” and “a good place to start."
Despite North Korea’s adamant denial that political prison camps exist, research based on interviews and satellite imagery reveals a shocking and detailed operation of a vast system of arbitrary and extra-judicial, unlawful detention. In its findings released
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