2019 5th Korea Refugee Film Festival(KOREFF)

The 5th Korea Refugee Film Festival(KOREFF) <I Hear You> was successfully held in Seoul Cinema on June 15. The festival was organized by the Korea Refugee Rights Network and sponsored by UNIQLO, Ansan Global Youth Support Center, Save the Children and 21st Century Productions. Human Asia took part in planning movie contents and GV sessions…

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Human Rights Classes at Jakjeon Girls High School

On June 10 and 11, Human Asia taught human rights classes on social minorities at Jakjeon Girls High School, Incheon. In the first part of the lesson, the students worked together in groups, then gave brief presentations on the different types of discrimination and social difficulties faced by women, teenagers, refugees, disabled and LGBTQ+ people…

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The 2019 Seoul Conference on Human Rights

On May 27, Human Asia co-hosted the 2019 Human Rights Conference entitled ‘Crafting Human Rights Policies: The Promise of Evidence-based Research’; together with SSK Human Rights Forum and sponsored by Korea University’s International Human Rights Center and the Sungkyunkwan Center for Human Rights and Development. Top scholars with expertise in a variety of related fields…

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2019 20th Seoul Queer Cultural Festival

On June 1, the 2019 Seoul Queer Cultural Festival was held at the Seoul City Hall Square. At the festival, various organizations, governmental institutions and corporations all gathered to support the LGBTI rights in Korea. Human Asia also took part in booth activities and parade in order to enhance the protection of LGBTI rights in…

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New Staff of Human Asia

We introduce one new program officer  of Human Asia.   Ja Yeon Kwak Hello, I am Ja Yeon Kwak and I am glad to work together at Human Asian Education Development Team. I would like to devote myself with a humble but explorative attitude so that various projects of Human Asia for the sake of…

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The 2019 Human Child School

Do you remember the Jumma refugees from Bangladesh, now living here in Korea? On October 5 2018, Human Asia met with some of the Jumma mothers residing in Gimpo. Following that initial meeting, Human Asia has now started a new project with refugee Jumma children in Incheon and Gimpo, ongoing between May and September 2019…

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2019 4th Conference for Human Rights Leaders of the Next Generation

On Friday, May 3, at room 115 in the Korea University International Studies Hall, 2019 4th Conference for Human Rights Leaders of the Next Generation successfully took place. Human Asia and SSK Human Rights Forum have co-hosted this conference in order to stimulate creative dialogue and impart critical insights among the young leaders who are…

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Human Rights Club Orientation for Aju Middle School

On April 8 2019, Human Asia hosted an orientation session for Aju Middle School’s human rights club “SCCW”, together with present SCCW members. The students got to learn more about Human Asia, and discussed potential future human rights-related activities for SCCW members to take part in. The students also explored ideas on the basic concept…

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Teacher’s office and Toilet construction in Sneha Vidya Vihar School

Since 2018, Human Asia has been striving to improve the school environment for teachers and children in Sneha Vidya Vihar School. This month, finally, we can announce the beginning of the school building construction which will add a firm and safe teacher’s office and toilets. Sneha Vidya Vihar School is one of the Sneha schools…

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New Staff of Human Asia

We introduce one new program officer and three interns of Human Asia.   Chloe Sherliker Prior to joining Human Asia as part of the Educational Development team, my academic and professional work has mainly centred upon historical systematic human rights violations across the Korean peninsula. I hope now to be able to apply these past…

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