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In October of 2001, a distinguished group of foreign policy and human rights specialists launched the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) to promote human rights in North Korea.

HRNK’s Guiding Objectives

HRNK's staff works with world-renowned scholars, high-level officials, and other experts to research and publish news articles, books, and satellite imagery analysis on a regular basis.

One of HRNKs primary activities is to participate in congressional hearings, testifying on Capitol Hill to keep the North Korean human rights issue at the forefront of political discourse in the United States.

Excerpts from Congressional Hearings

If you are interested in attending North Korea-related events Washington DC, HRNK maintains a comprehensive calendar of conferences, round-table discussions, and other presentations by important scholars, politicians, military leaders, and other leaders in the human rights field:

North Korean Human Rights-Related Events in Washington

HRNK is led by a board of directors consisting of scholars, activists, attorneys, defense experts, and other distinguished individuals. 

HRNK's Board of Directors