Report of the commission of inquiry on human rights in the DPRK

This site does not focus on human rights issues, but I want to point out that the commission of inquiry report is out.

You can download it here.

Additional information:

1. Though not directly cited, my work at identifying the expansion of camp 14 and camp 25 and changes to camp 16 was used by other contributing groups and individuals (mostly HRNK)–some organizations are better at citations than others.

2. I wrote a short piece for NK News on how the former prison camps are being converted into ordinary collective farms and mines. You can read it here.

3. Following publication of the report Botswana cut diplomatic ties with the DPRK. ┬áPrevious posts on this web page related to Botswana can be found here. I am unaware of any significant relationship between the two countries, though the North Koreans did build Gaborone’s Three Dikgosi (Chiefs) Monument. More in Xinhua here.

4. China has said it will block a referral to the ICC.

 

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