Tag Archives: Democracy

The U.S. is the Worst Human Rights Abuser

It was reported that 18-year-old black Vonderrick Myers Jr. was killed by an off-duty white police officer in St. Louis, Missouri State, the U.S. at night on Oct. 8. The murder sparked off an immediate outcry against segregation in St. Louis and its surrounding areas. It gives a glimpse of human rights situation in the […]

2nd Session of 13th Supreme People’s Assembly of DPRK Held

The 2nd Session of the 13th Supreme People’s Assembly (SPA) of the DPRK was held at the Mansudae Assembly Hall Thursday. Present there were deputies to the SPA. Officials of the party, armed forces and power organs, public organizations, ministries, national institutions and the fields of science, education, literature and art, public health and media […]

Report of the DPRK Association for Human Rights Studies

Table of Contents Preface 1. Human Rights Mechanisms in the DPRK 1) Review ─ Physical Geography ─ History ─ Guiding Ideology and Social System 2) Views and Stand of the DPRK on Human Rights ① Human Rights is Independent Rights. ② Popular Masses Enjoy Genuine Human Rights ③ Human Rights is State Sovereignty. ④ Basic […]

Our Mother Chairwoman

“Our chairwoman” and “our mother chairwoman” – these are nicknames given by inhabitants to Han Chun Hwa, Chairwoman of the Kowon County People´s Committee in South Hamgyong Province in the eastern part of Korea. The nicknames represent warm affection of the county people for her. Han Chun Hwa began to work as Chairwoman of the […]