On August 25th, the 13th Human Asia Young Human Rights Activists Workshop was held again for people in their 20s and 30s on the topic of “Refugee rights: Beyond empathy, into co-existence” under the sponsorship of the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. The first workshop in 2018 was held in May and June, and this time the 2nd workshop is held with the same topic. Participants take lectures regarding refugee rights for four weeks. The lecture topics are definition of a refugee according to international conventions, the reality of refugees in Korea, Jeju Yemeni refugee issue, refugee women and children, the current situation of domestic refugees in detention, and rights to health for refugees and understanding education for refugee rights. The participants also organize their own classes on September for middle and high school students with the syllabus they build based on lectures. We wish the best for participants who will join the meaningful journey for the next two months!