Confession of Faith by the 100th NK Refugee – Part 1

I was born in Jagang Province, North Korea, and spent 30 years living as a common worker loyal to the party and the eternal leader, Kim Il-Sung. In 2000, I was dispatched to a forest field in Russia where I defected. While wandering around with nowhere to go, I met God and eventually found refuge […]

Confronting the North Korean Human Rights Crisis

My name is Thomas Barker. I am an attorney in Washington, D.C. Although my legal specialization is as a health care regulatory lawyer, for the past three years, I have developed a very fulfilling pro-bono practice representing people who I consider to be heroes: North Korean defectors. In this article, I will explain why I […]

We Must Unite in One Voice

North Korea is the worst human rights tragedy occurring in the world today. In fact, North Koreans are the only people in the world that do not enjoy one single human right under the thirty articles that are enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The United Nations adopted this Declaration in response to […]