US Commission on International religious Freedom analysis of DPRK

The Commission on International Religious Freedom has worked actively since its inception to draw the world’s attention to ways that the internationally guaranteed right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion or belief is consistently—and severely—violated by the North Korean government. The Commission has devoted considerable resources to helping voices that are heard all too rarely—the voices of North Koreans—to reach policymakers far beyond the DPRK’s borders. The reality of life for the people of North Korea can perhaps best be summarized by the words of one former government official, “The only reason the North Korean system…still exists is because of the strict surveillance system… North Korea is a prison without bars.”

Here is their latest publication:
“A Prison Without Bars”: Preface

“A Prison Without Bars” (Complete PDF)

Here is all their North Korea information.


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