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Album Title: North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead
Date: February 17, 2015
Location: Center for Strategic and International Studies 1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW, Washington D.C. 20036 Second Floor Conference Center
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On February 17, 2015, HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute co-hosted an unprecedent conference to celebrate the one year anniversary of the UN Commission of Inquiry report. We were delighted to have a distinugished assembly of speakers including: Justice Michael Kirby, Special Rapporteur Marzuki Darusman, Commissioner Sonja Biserko, Ambassador Robert King, Ambassador Jung-Hoon Lee, Former Governor Moon Soo Kim, Ambassador Kurt Campbell, Gap-Je Cho, Victor Cha, and Amanda Schnetzer.

February 17, 2015
Opening ceremony of "North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead," co-sponsored by HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute. Video courtesy of CSIS. 
February 17, 2015
Panel 1 of "North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead," co-sponsored by HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute. Video courtesy of CSIS. 
February 17, 2015
Panel 2 of "North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead" co-sponsored by HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute. Video courtesy of CSIS. 
February 17, 2015
Luncheon at "North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead," co-sponsored by HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute. Video courtesy of CSIS. 
February 17, 2015
Testimonies at "North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead," co-sponsored by HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute. Video courtesy of CSIS. 
February 17, 2015
Panel 3 at "North Korean Human Rights: The Road Ahead," co-sponsored by HRNK, CSIS, YCHL, and the Bush Institute. Video courtesy of CSIS. 
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Robert Collins and Amanda Mortwedt Oh
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This paper draws on existing research and Robert Collins’ previous work to explain the ideological basis and institutional structure of the Kim regime’s rule of terror, with an emphasis on the political prison camps. It is intended to provide a brief overview of how North Korea’s party-state controls every individual’s life from the cradle to the grave through relentless indoctrinat

The Parallel Gulag: North Korea's
David Hawk with Amanda Mortwedt Oh
Oct 26, 2017

In this book, David Hawk provides never-before-seen imagery of labor re-education camps, both suspected and confirmed. He reveals a parallel network of prisons controlled by the DPRK’s Ministry of People’s Security (An-jeon-bu). These revelations suggest the imposition of degrees of suffering even more pervasive than the UN COI described in 2014. Although these labor camps might be described as

North Korea Camp No. 25 Update 2
Joseph S. Bermudez Jr., Andy Dinville, and Mike Eley
Nov 29, 2016

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 9.0px Helvetica; color: #3f5864} span.s1 {font: 5.0px Helvetica} As part of a joint undertaking with HRNK to use satellite imagery to shed light on human suffering in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, more commonly known as North Korea), AllSource Analysis has been monitoring activity at political prison facilities throughout North Korea. This report details activity observed during the past

North Korea: Flooding at Kyo-hwa-so No. 12, Jongo-ri
Greg Scarlatoiu and Joseph S. Bermudez Jr.
Sep 16, 2016

The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK), a non-governmental organization based in Washington, DC and AllSource Analysis, a leading global provider of high-resolution earth imagery solutions, have conducted a satellite imagery-based rapid assessment of flood damage at Kyo-hwa-so No. 12, Jongo-ri in Hamgyo╠ćng-bukto, North Korea. Thousands of political prisoners are held in this re-education prison labor camp together with common offenders.