DPRK Event Calendar
Saturday, April 18: THiNK Annual Conference - North Korea in Review: One Year after the COI (Washington, DC)
Join Georgetown Truth and Human Rights in North Korea (THiNK) on Saturday, April 18th for its second annual intercollegiate conference on North Korea related issues. The conference will feature remarks by the Special Envoy for North Korean Human Rights, Ambassador Robert King, a keynote address by Suzanne Scholte of the North Korea Freedom Coalition, an expert speaker panel, and opportunities to interact with North Korean defectors and leaders. Food will be served.
Tuesday, April 28: Maintaining Focus on North Korea Human Rights Violations
A year ago, the UN Commission of Inquiry condemned the North Korea government for “systemic, widespread, and gross violations of human rights” of such a monumental scale as to constitute crimes against humanity. The commission report shocked and energized the international community to action on North Korean human rights abuses. But what can be done to maintain U.S. and U.N. focus on improving conditions for the North Korean people? Join the Heritage Foundation as distinguished panels of North Korean defectors and human rights experts discuss potential follow-on actions.
Tuesday, May 26: Huessy Congressional Breakfast Seminar Series on Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense (Washington, DC)
Join the Huessy Congressional Breakfast Seminar Series on Nuclear Deterrence and Missile Defense for a seminar discussing US nuclear deterrence challenges and North Korea and China's nuclear build-up.
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