Marches across the country to culminate in mass rally outside the National Assembly in Seoul on the 15th.
Korean Confederation of Trade Unions coordinating with several other unions to launch general strike and mass rallies for basic human rights.
Youth mobilizing for massive display of anger and resentment of southern regime at the Blue House.
Press conference at Jeju marks beginning of nationwide struggle for NSA abolishment culminating at the National Assembly.
The United States is by far the biggest violator of human rights in all of human history and has no right to take issue with others internal affairs.
The true image of the “human rights” boasted by the United States is that of helpless Haitian refugees being abused and insulted by border officials.
While its flashing neon advertisements and privileged few present an image of wealth, below their feet are the forgotten members of society.
Working people and youth demand release of former lawmaker Lee Seok Ki who has spent 9 years in a southern gulag for his pro-unification stance.
Even while millions of its own citizens face a bitter winter houseless in a nation of vacant homes, the US still thinks itself a “human rights judge”.
In the DPRK, all the working people sincerely and voluntarily work for their country and fellow people, strongly attached to their jobs and workplaces.
As every bird needs a nest, every person needs a home to lead a normal life. In the DPRK the state has ensured every person is provided this basic right.
The Korean people have enjoyed lots of social benefits from the state since the true people’s government was established over 70 years ago.
The universal free education system has been enforced in the DPRK since 1959.
The basic human right to free and quality housing for all people is being ensured and constantly improved in the DPRK.
Shaped by and ingrained with intense national chauvinism, Japan abuses the most vulnerable and has zero qualifications to discuss others human rights.
Singer Pak Jin Ri is today one of the DPRK’s most talented singers thanks to the socialist system helping and encouraging disabled persons.
Over the past 72 years the Korean people have built a socialist state of their own and are continuing to make remarkable advancements in all fields.
In the DPRK, the state builds health resorts and holiday homes for the working people and guarantees them with weeks of holiday time.
Aged persons are leading active happy lives under the care of the socialist system at the Pyongyang Old People’s Home.
Women in the DPRK have enjoyed equal status with men since 1946.
As half of the revolution itself, the Korean women have taken on the role of master and are cherished by society.
The wanton discrimination and slaughter of Black people in the United States lays bare the reactionary unpopular nature of its system.
Since 1946, workers in the DPRK are afforded the rights to relaxation, paid leave, social insurance, a fair wage, and protections from sex and age discrimination.
George Floyd’s final words can be heard throughout the U.S. where righteous fury at the inhuman racist system has erupted.
In the DPRK, disabled persons are afforded special work places and working conditions fitting their physical ability.