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Greg Scarlatoiu
Greg Scarlatoiu 사무총장

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그렉 스칼라튜는 워싱턴 D.C.에 위치한 북한인권위원회(HRNK)의 사무총장이다. 북한인권위원회가 발간한 28개의 보고서와 서적의 출판을 총괄하였고 공공, 미디어, 국제기구활동 분야에 지원활동을 하는 등 북한인권침해 문제의 심각성을 알리기 위해 활발히 활동하고 있다. 스칼라튜 사무총장은 북한의 인권과 한반도의 정치안보 및 경제 분야에 관하여 다수의 강연과 미디어 시사평론을 하였으며, 북한 인권에 관한 미국 의회 청문회에 여러 차례 전문가 증인으로 출석하여 증언하였다. 최근 저술활동으로는 한국학국제협회, 아산정책연구원, 한스 자이델 재단에서 출판하는 학술지에 게재한 논문들과, 워싱턴포스트와 워싱턴 타임즈에 기고한 논평 등이 있다. 그는 또한 세상읽기연구소의 자문위원도 맡고 있다.

스칼라튜는 숙련된 회계감사 컨설턴트로서 대한민국에서 국제노동기구 핵심협약(International Labor Organization core Convention) 준수 여부에 대한 연례 감사를 열한차례 수행한 바 있다. 북한인권위원회 사무총장에 역임하기 전에는 워싱턴 D.C.에 위치한 한미경제연구소(Korea Economic Institute)에 근무하였고, 스위스 제네바에 위치한 국제노동기구 다국적 기업활동 부서(International Labor Organization’s Department for the Activity of Multinational Enterprises)와 함께 일하였다.

스칼라튜는 국제개발 분야에 6년 이상의 경력을 가지고 있으며, 미국국제개발처(USAID), 세계은행(World Bank), 아시아개발은행(Asian Development Bank)의 지원을 받은 업무들에 전문기술 지원을 하였다. 또한 14년째 자유아시아방송(Radio Free Asia)에서 매주 북한에 관한 스칼라튜 칼럼을 기고 및 방송하고 있다. 스칼라튜는 한국외국어대학교 방문교수로서 미 국무부 산하 외교연구원(Foreign Service Institute)에서 「한반도와 일본」 강좌를 개설하여 가르치고 있다.

스칼라튜는 서울대학교 정치외교학부에서 외교학 학사 및 석사학위를 취득하였으며, 터프츠대학교 플레처스쿨에서 외교법률전문석사학위(MALD)를 취득하였다. 스칼라튜는 1999년 1월에 서울특별시 명예시민에 위촉되었다. 한국어, 불어, 루마니아어에 능숙하다

 

Sabina Silkworth
Sabina Silkworth Accounting Consultant

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사비나 E. 실크워스는 북한인권위원회의 회계 자문위원이다. 실크워스는 북한인권위원회가 2001년 10월 창립되던 때부터 현재까지 북한인권위원회와 함께 일하고 있으며 회계와 비영리 영역에 25년 이상의 경력을 가지고 있다.


워싱턴 D.C.에서 나고 자란 실크워스는 미국가톨릭대학교에서 재무관리학 학사를 우등졸업하였으며, 조지워싱턴대학교에서 회계학 석사를 최우등졸업하였다. 결혼하여 슬하에 4명의 아이들을 두고 있으며, 매릴랜드에 거주하고 있다

 

Doohyun Kim
Doohyun Kim Social Media Associate

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As HRNK's Social Media Associate, Doohyun Kim expertly manages the organization's digital platforms, creating impactful content to engage supporters and increase awareness of North Korean human rights issues.

His work, from analyzing data to planning digital campaigns, is pivotal in building HRNK's online presence. Utilizing his bilingual skills and deep understanding as a North Korean escapee, Doohyun conducts interviews with escapees, assists in research and satellite imagery analysis, and responds to media requests.

Doohyun's personal journey from North Korea shapes his commitment to human rights advocacy. Having witnessed the regime's severe human rights abuses, including the loss of his father in a prison camp, he has a first-hand understanding of the hardships faced by North Koreans. This drives his mission to advocate for the rights of the North Korean people.

Doohyun has a BA in Political Science from Utah Valley University with a focus on Global Politics, and a BA in Business Administration from Seoul Cyber University. He is also the author of A Necessary Lie: Escape for Freedom and Love, which reflects his dedication to the cause of freedom and human rights.

Raymond Ha
Raymond Ha 운영·연구팀장

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레이몬드 하는 현재 북한인권위원회의 운영·연구팀장으로 근무하고 있다. 2014년부터 2016년까지 행정·캠페인 담당 간사로 근무하였으며, 2016년부터 2021년까지 편집 자문위원으로 활동했다.

「조선민주주의인민공화국의 인권 문제: 유엔의 역할」, 「잃어버린 세대: 북한 아동의 건강과 인권 (1990–2018)」, 「북한의 조직지도부: 인권 탄압의 관제탑」 등 다수의 출판물의 편집 작업에 참여하였으며, 정치범 수용소 생존자 등 여러 탈북민의 통역을 맡은 바 있다. 2014년 10월에 뉴욕 유엔총회를 대상으로 진행한 현지 캠페인 활동에도 참가하였다.

프린스턴 대학교에서 정치학 전공으로 학사학위를 취득하였으며, 스탠포드 대학교에서 정치학 전공으로 석사학위를 취득하였다.

Lauren Chung
Lauren Chung Operations Associate

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As Operations Associate, Lauren Chung assists the Executive Director with the daily operations of HRNK's headquarters. She helps manage donor relations, public relations, and communications while also maintaining the Executive Director's schedule. She also contributes to other tasks, including background research for HRNK publications as well as U.S. and international media monitoring.

Chung graduated from American University with a B.A. in International Studies, specializing in U.S. Relations & Foreign Policy in East Asia and the Pacific.

Diletta De Luca
Diletta De Luca Research Associate

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Diletta De Luca is an Editor and Researcher at the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK). She developed her research skills throughout her university experience, where she explored authoritarian governments, international relations, and East Asian affairs. She holds a BSc in Social Sciences and a MSc in International Relations from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. As a researcher, Diletta continues to explore the authoritarian practices of the North Korean regime and the role of the international community in the reunification of the Korean Peninsula. Moreover, she advocates for human rights in North Korea by expanding HRNK's outreach in Europe and beyond.

Rick Herssevoort
Rick Herssevoort International Outreach Associate

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As International Outreach Associate, Rick Herssevoort communicates to the United Nations, European Union, United Kingdom, and other international entities, governments, and interested persons about HRNK’s objectives, published works, research findings, upcoming events, and policy recommendations for improving the human rights situation of North Koreans on behalf of HRNK and the Executive Director. He also engages in grant development for HRNK. Mr. Herssevoort works under the supervision of HRNK Director of International Advocacy and Development Amanda Mortwedt Oh and Executive Director Greg Scarlatoiu.

Mr. Herssevoort recently graduated from The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, pursuing a B.A. in European Studies with a specialization in politics. He is a recipient of the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of China (Taiwan).

Damian Reddy
Damian Reddy Legal Counsel and Project Development Associate

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Damian Reddy serves as Legal Counsel and Project Development Associate at the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK). He is a Law graduate of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, and he is also an admitted attorney in South Africa. He is currently completing his Master of Laws degree in Human Rights and intends to focus his final thesis on the human rights violations being perpetrated in North Korea and the duty of the international community in uncovering and prosecuting such violations as crimes against humanity.

Albert Buixadé Farré
Albert Buixadé Farré Wikipedian in Residence & Scholarly Communications Specialist

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Albert Buixadé Farré is the Wikipedian in Residence & Scholarly Communications Specialist at HRNK. Since 2015, he has edited Wikipedia articles and advised HRNK on Wikipedia coverage to more effectively disseminate reports and insights into North Korea’s human rights, prison camps, media, as well as the regime’s structure, history, and recent developments. He also conducts research on the history of the regime and its human rights practices, and explores new avenues for continuing to broaden HRNK's reach.

His drive is to democratize knowledge towards a more learned and virtuous polity for today and tomorrow. He seeks to distill copious and daunting amounts of published information into approachable and useful knowledge; and to more effectively preserve and disseminate it to make for better educated citizens, better equipped researchers, and better informed policymakers. He has pursued these aims through conference organizing, podcast production, academic publishing, Wikipedia editing, and scholarly outreach.

He holds a B.A. in Business Management from the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya and an M.A. in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.

This report explains how the Kim regime organizes and implements its policy of human rights denial using the Propaganda and Agitation Department (PAD) to preserve and strengthen its monolithic system of control. The report also provides detailed background on the history of the PAD, as well as a human terrain map that details present and past PAD leadership.

HRNK's latest satellite imagery report analyzes a 5.2 km-long switchback road, visible in commercial satellite imagery, that runs from Testing Tunnel No. 1 at North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test facility to the perimeter of Kwan-li-so (political prison camp) no. 16.

This report proposes a long-term, multilateral legal strategy, using existing United Nations resolutions and conventions, and U.S. statutes that are either codified or proposed in appended model legislation, to find, freeze, forfeit, and deposit the proceeds of the North Korean government's kleptocracy into international escrow. These funds would be available for limited, case-by-case disbursements to provide food and medical care for poor North Koreans, and--contingent upon Pyongyang's progress

National Strategy for Countering North Korea
Joseph, Collins, DeTrani, Eberstadt, Enos, Maxwell, Scarlatoiu
Jan 23, 2023

For thirty years, U.S. North Korea policy have sacrificed human rights for the sake of addressing nuclear weapons. Both the North Korean nuclear and missile programs have thrived. Sidelining human rights to appease the North Korean regime is not the answer, but a fundamental flaw in U.S. policy.

(Published by the National Institute for Public Policy)

North Korea’s forced labor enterprise and its state sponsorship of human trafficking certainly continued until the onset of the COVID pandemic. HRNK has endeavored to determine if North Korean entities responsible for exporting workers to China and Russia continued their activities under COVID as well.

George Hutchinson's The Suryong, the Soldier, and Information in the KPA is the second of three building blocks of a multi-year HRNK project to examine North Korea's information environment. Hutchinson's thoroughly researched and sourced report addresses the circulation of information within the Korean People's Army (KPA). Understanding how KPA soldiers receive their information is needed to prepare information campaigns while taking into account all possible contingenc

North Korea’s Political Prison Camp, Kwan-li-so No. 14, Update 1
Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr., Greg Scarlatoiu, and Amanda Mortwedt Oh
Dec 22, 2021

This report is part of a comprehensive long-term project undertaken by HRNK to use satellite imagery and former prisoner interviews to shed light on human suffering in North Korea by monitoring activity at political prison facilities throughout the nation. This is the second HRNK satellite imagery report detailing activity observed during 2015 to 2021 at a prison facility commonly identified by former prisoners and researchers as “Kwan-li-so No. 14 Kaech’ŏn” (39.646810, 126.117058) and

North Korea's Long-term Prison-Labor Facility, Kyo-hwa-so No.3, T’osŏng-ni (토성리)
Joseph S Bermudez Jr, Greg Scarlatoiu, Amanda Oh, & Rosa Tokola
Nov 03, 2021

This report is part of a comprehensive long-term project undertaken by HRNK to use satellite imagery and former prisoner interviews to shed light on human suffering in North Korea by monitoring activity at civil and political prison facilities throughout the nation. This study details activity observed during 1968–1977 and 2002–2021 at a prison facility commonly identified by former prisoners and researchers as "Kyo-hwa-so No. 3, T'osŏng-ni" and endeavors to e

North Korea’s Political Prison Camp, Kwan-li-so No. 25, Update 3
Joseph S Bermudez Jr, Greg Scarlatoiu, Amanda Oh, & Rosa Tokola
Sep 30, 2021

This report is part of a comprehensive long-term project undertaken by HRNK to use satellite imagery and former detainee interviews to shed light on human suffering in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, more commonly known as North Korea) by monitoring activity at political prison facilities throughout the nation. This report provides an abbreviated update to our previous reports on a long-term political prison commonly identified by former prisoners and researchers as Kwan-li-so<

North Korea’s Potential Long-Term  Prison-Labor Facility at Sŏnhwa-dong (선화동)
Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr., Greg Scarlatoiu, Amanda Oh, & Rosa Park
Aug 26, 2021

Through satellite imagery analysis and witness testimony, HRNK has identified a previously unknown potential kyo-hwa-so long-term prison-labor facility at Sŏnhwa-dong (선화동) P’ihyŏn-gun, P’yŏngan-bukto, North Korea. While this facility appears to be operational and well maintained, further imagery analysis and witness testimony collection will be necessary in order to irrefutably confirm that Sŏnhwa-dong is a kyo-hwa-so.

North Korea’s Long-term Prison-Labor Facility Kyo-hwa-so No. 8, Sŭngho-ri (승호리) - Update
Joseph S Bermudez, Jr, Greg Scarlatoiu, Amanda M Oh, & Rosa Park
Jul 22, 2021

"North Korea’s Long-term Prison-Labor Facility Kyo-hwa-so No. 8, Sŭngho-ri (승호리) - Update" is the latest report under a long-term project employing satellite imagery analysis and former political prisoner testimony to shed light on human suffering in North Korea's prison camps.

Human Rights in the Democratic Republic of Korea: The Role of the United Nations" is HRNK's 50th report in our 20-year history. This is even more meaningful as David Hawk's "Hidden Gulag" (2003) was the first report published by HRNK. In his latest report, Hawk details efforts by many UN member states and by the UN’s committees, projects and procedures to promote and protect human rights in the DPRK.  The report highlights North Korea’s shifts in its approach

South Africa’s Apartheid and North Korea’s Songbun: Parallels in Crimes against Humanity by Robert Collins underlines similarities between two systematically, deliberately, and thoroughly discriminatory repressive systems. This project began with expert testimony Collins submitted as part of a joint investigation and documentation project scrutinizing human rights violations committed at North Korea’s short-term detention facilities, conducted by the Committee for Human Rights