National Human Rights Commission of Korea

    Type Visiting Gender Equality Support Organization
    Date 2019-12-23
    File 2019_Winter_final.pdf [ 133.31 KB ]

    National Human Rights Commission of Korea

     

    The Me Too movement has spread across the globe including Korea, exposing the ugly truths that have been concealed in almost every area of society such as culture, arts, sports, education, politics, religion, and so forth. This issue fundamentally relating to human rights has stirred up diverse controversies and debates and led the National Human Rights Commission of Korea (hereinafter, the Commission) to be strongly asked to come up with effective measures to deal with the issue. Against this backdrop, senior researcher Kim Bohwa (Ulim, an affiliate of the Korea Sexual Violence Relief Center) met with Choi Young-ae, Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. The interview was held at the office of the Chairperson of the Commission located in Jung-gu, Seoul, from 15:00 to 16:00 on December 04 (Wednesday), 2019.

     

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