[KS] Organisations assisting North Korean defectors

Agnieszka Smiatacz magnesmerald at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jul 31 11:14:59 EDT 2012


Hello,
 
one of the organizations taking care of defector is PSCORE (People for Successful Corean Reunification). You can find them under the following address: www.pcsore.org
 
Best,
 
A. Smiatacz
 
 
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Dear David,
There is a lot of NGOs helping NK refugges based all over the world.

If you will type NK refugees in google you will have a big list of most of
them.
Among those based in South Korea I would recommend citizens' Alliance for
North Korean Human Rights. And also Dailynk.com as a good source of any
news about NK, including Refugees problems.

Regards
Magda Lobejko

On 28 July 2012 11:30, David Calleja <davidjcalleja at gmail.com> wrote:

> Having recently read "Nothing to Envy" by Barbara Demick, which follows
> the lives of individuals who risked their (and their family members') lives
> to escape North Korea, what organisations are involved in assisting North
> Koreans to adjust to life once they leave, whether the organisations are
> based in China, South Korea or a third country? Is there a way of
> contacting these groups?
>
> I would be grateful for any assistance.
>
> Thanks.
>
> David Calleja
>
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