Korean Human Rights seminar, at City University of London

The programme has now been announced for the human rights seminar at City, University of London:

Korean Human Rights Seminar

Thursday 16 January 2020, 2:30 – 5:30pm
City, University of London | St John Street | London EC1V 4PB
Room AG03 | College Building
Admission Price: Free to attend | Registration required on City website

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Welcome and Introductions: Andrew Wolman, City Law School

2.30-3.40pm: Session I: Addressing North Korean Human Rights Violations

  • Geospatial Mapping in North Korean Human Rights Monitoring (Sarah Son, University of Sheffield)
  • Health and Human Rights in North Korea (Jiho Cha, University of Manchester)
  • From Progress to Paralysis: North Korean Human Rights at the UN Security Council (Ben Willis, University of Leeds)

Coffee Break

4.05-5.30pm: Session II. Human Rights in the Republic of Korea: Past and Present

  • Civil Society and Transitional Justice in Korea (Sungju Park-Kang, University of Turku)
  • Sexual Violence and Korean Transitional Justice: The Case of Jeju (Charlotte Mills, University of Leicester)
  • Assessing Local Human Rights Implementation in Korea (Andrew Wolman, City Law School)

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