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Remarks Delivered on Human Rights Day to the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Korea and the OHCHR

Published on December 16, 2021

On December 10, 2021, Youkyoung Ko, a consultant for Korea Peace Now! and WILPF (Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom), delivered the following remarks to an event hosted by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Korea and the UN OHCHR (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights) to celebrate […]

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WATCH: Australian Launch of Path to Peace Report

Published on December 14, 2021

On December 14, 2021, the University of Melbourne’s Initiative for Peacebuilding, in collaboration with the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, hosted the Australian launch of the Korea Peace Now! report “Path to Peace: The Case for a Peace Agreement to End the Korean War” — which explores how a peace-first approach can resolve the […]

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WATCH: Peace and Human Rights in North Korea: An Argument for Ending the War [Korean]

Published on December 9, 2021

세계 인권의 날 즈음 진행된 이번 웨비나는 북미관계에서의 인권과 평화의 교차점과 끝나지 않은 한국전쟁에 대한 이야기를 나눴습니다. 참가자는 아래와 같습니다. 인사말: 토마스 오헤아 퀸타나, 유엔 북한인권특별보고관 사회: 크리스틴 안, 위민크로스DMZ 사무총장 패널: 엘리자베스 비버스, 국가안보 및 인권변호사 패널: 전수미 인권 변호사 (한국)

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WATCH: Peace and Human Rights in North Korea: An Argument for Ending the War [English]

Published on December 9, 2021

On Thursday, December 9, 2021, Women Cross DMZ and Korea Peace Now! hosted a panel discussion titled “Peace and Human Rights in North Korea: An Argument For Ending the War.” This event grappled with the intersection of human rights and peace in the context of US-North Korea relations and the role of the unended Korean […]

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Film for Thought: In Conversation with Deanne Borshay Liem

Published on November 29, 2021

WATCH NOW: On the HIFF Facebook. Women Cross DMZ’s Christine Ahn was proud to join Deann Borshay Liem, Mimi Han, and Ann Wright for the Film for Thought series presented by the Hawai’i Council for the Humanities as a part of the Hawai’i International Film Festival! These incredible women. Moderated by Vernadette Gonzalez, Professor of […]

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Recap of Korea Peace Advocacy Week

Published on November 5, 2021

Our second Korea Peace Advocacy Week in 2021 wrapped up yesterday! In total, 130 people from across the United States contacted 83 members of Congress, and 66 organizations supported this collective effort for Korea peace. We held twice-daily meetings during which constituents contacted their Members of Congress to ask them to support: H,R.3446, the Peace […]

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WATCH: History of the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

Published on October 15, 2021

  A history of the North Korea “Nuclear Crisis” presented by Hyun Lee to the NJ/NY Korea Peace Now Grassroots group on October 15, 2021 hosted by World Beyond War. Hyun Lee is the National Campaign and Advocacy Strategist for Women Cross DMZ. She is a writer for ZoominKorea, an online resource for critical news […]

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WATCH: The Women’s Peacemakers Initiative – A Look Back at a PDF Success Story

Published on September 20, 2021

  The kickoff event in PDF’s 40th Anniversary event series and celebrations! This event featured a panel of representatives from PDF’s 2017-2019 Women Peacemakers Initiative, including Women for Genuine Security, Women Cross DMZ, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and Whose Knowledge? The Women Peacemakers Initiative culminated in a gathering of eighteen women in […]

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WATCH: Creating Peace Together

Published on September 10, 2021

CREATING PEACE TOGETHER 웨비나 녹화 영상을 공유합니다. [톱니바퀴 버튼 – 자막을 누르셔서 한글자막과 함께 시청하실 수 있습니다.자막이 활성화되지 않는 분들께서는 댓글의 유튜브 링크를 눌러주세요.] 한반도 평화를 위한 뉴질랜드 연대에서는 한반도와 세계의 평화를 위해 여성계에서 어떤 활동을 하고 있는지에 대한 웨비나를 가졌습니다. 한국전쟁은 휴전협정 이후 70여년간 아직 전쟁 상태입니다. 이제는 공식적으로 종전하고 한반도와 세계의 평화를 향해 나아가야 […]

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Biden’s Decision to Renew Trump-Era Travel Ban Disappoints Korean Americans, Humanitarian Groups

Published on September 1, 2021

For immediate release September 1, 2021 Contact: Hyun Lee Kathleen Richards Korean Americans and humanitarian groups expressed anger and disappointment with the decision by the US State Department to maintain the travel ban to North Korea for another year. This means that US policy will continue to undermine family reunifications, the delivery of lifesaving humanitarian […]

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