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An Investigation into the Human Rights Situation in North Korea's Political Prison Camps: Testimonies of Detainee Families
Date and Time:
May 29, 2018 02:00 pm ~ May 29, 2018 03:30 pm
Location:
National Press Club Holeman Lounge 13th Floor Main Level 529 14th St., NW, Washington, DC 20045
Speakers:
Jung Gwang-il, Greg Scarlatoiu, and Discussants TBC
Host Organization:

 

Description:

The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) and No Chain cordially invite you to: ​​
An Investigation into the Human Rights Situation in North Korea's Political Prison Camps: Testimonies of Detainee Families
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
​2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

National Press Club
Holeman Lounge
529 14th Street, NW, 13th Floor
Washington, DC 20045

AGENDA

Presenter:

JUNG GWANG-IL
Founder and President, No Chain

Discussants:

OLIVIA ENOS
Policy Analyst, The Heritage Foundation

ROSA PARK
Director of Programs and Editor, HRNK


Moderator: 

GREG SCARLATOIU
Executive Director, HRNK

Interpreter: 

HUIWON YUN
HRNK

Q&A

Closing Remarks

The event will be on the record. 

​Please email Rosa Park, HRNK Director of Programs, at [email protected] to RSVP. 

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