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마이클 커비 강연 – 북한 인권
Date and Time:
April 14, 2014 03:00 pm ~ April 14, 2014 04:30 pm
Location:
브루킹스 연구소 포크 회의장(1775 Massachusetts Avenue NW)
Speakers:
테드 피콘 (부소장& 외교정책 소장), 리처드 부시 (동북아시아센터 소장), 마이클 커비 (유엔 북한인권조사위원회 위원장), 마커스 놀랜드 (피터슨국제경제연구소 소장), 로버타 코헨 (북한인권위원회 공동 의장)
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Description:

2014년 3월, 유엔인권이사회의 47개 회원국들이 만장일치로 북한인권조사위원회(이하 COI)를 설립을 찬성하는 결의안을 통과시켰습니다.  북한의 “체계적이며 만연해 있는 중대한 인권침해”를 조사하는 권한을 부여 받은 위원회는 공청회와 다수의 인터뷰를 실시하였으며, 유엔회원국들과 각종 단체들로부터 정보를 수집하였습니다. 위원회는 2014년 3월 유엔인권이사회에 보고서를 제출하였으며, “경찰국가에 의해 반인도적범죄에 해당하는 인권침해 범죄들이 자행되었음을 보여주는 많은 사례들”이 발견되었다고 발표하였습니다.

이에 따라, 브루킹스연구소의 동아시아 정책연구소와 북한인권위원회(HRNK)는 오는 4월 14일에 COI마이클 커비 위원장을 모시고, 위원회의 그 동안의 조사내용과 이에 기반한 권고사항들에 대해서 들어보는 시간을 갖고자 합니다. 강연 후에는, 피터슨국제경제연구소의 마커스 놀란드와 북한인권위원회의 이사회 임원들이 COI보고서에 대한 평가 및 유엔과 회원국들에 대한 정책제언, 그리고 이것이 북한과 북한 주민들에게 미칠 영향에 대해서 논하는 시간을 가질 예정입니다.

패널세션 후에는, 청중들과 질의응답 시간이 있을 예정입니다.

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