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Amnesty International has condemned the conviction of two South Korean human rights defenders for peacefully protesting in support of families whose ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 25/004/2010. 1 December 2010. South Korea: National ...
Public Statement ASA 25/004/2010
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: ASA 25/001/2010. 29 November 2010. The National Human ...
Public Statement ASA 25/001/2010
This submission addresses the protection of conscientious objection to military service as derived from the right to freedom of thought, conscience and ...
Report ASA 25/003/2010
This brief aims to demonstrate that the Employment Permit System Act which restricts labour mobility of migrant workers and its inflexibility places migrant ...
Report ASA 25/002/2010
In a five to four ruling, the Court stated that capital punishment did not violate "human dignity and worth" protected in the Constitution.
Amnesty International is deeply disappointed by the South Korean Constitutional Court's decision to uphold the death penalty today.
Migrant workers in South Korea are exposed to abusive work conditions including discrimination, verbal and physical abuse.
for activists and international members december 2009 / january 2010 volume 39 issue 006 migrants a new destination. ...
Newsletter NWS 21/006/2009
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. 24 November 2009. AI Index: ASA 25/013/2009. Statement by Irene Khan, Amnesty International ...
Document ASA 25/013/2009