Event news: Escapee Kim Young-il talks at King’s London

by Events Editor on 13 March, 2017

in Asides, DPRK, Event Notices, Talks and seminars

News of an upcoming talk by North Korean escapee Kim Young-il:

My Escape from North Korea

Hosted by King’s College Londond Amnesty International Society
24 March at 18:00–20:00
K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre, Strand campus, King’s College London
Register via Eventbrite

KCL - Escape talk

KCL Amnesty International will be hosting a panel discussion with Young-II Kim, a North Korean refugee and founder of PSCORE Organisation (People for Successful Corean Reunification) who will give a talk about his story of escape from North Korea, human rights abuses in the country, and a background to PSCORE.

PSCORE (People for Successful Corean Reunification) is a unique organisation based in Seoul, South Korea and which has gained consultative status with the UN Human Rights Council. Its purpose is to advocate for the human rights of the North Korean people.

We are extremely happy to host this exclusive talk from Young-II Kim. There will also be a Q&A after his talk.

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