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Date : May 1, 2014
Open Radio for North Korea Broadcasts the COI Report
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Open Radio for North Korea Broadcasts the COI Report into North Korea


Open Radio for North Korea (ONK), one of the members of ICNK, has been broadcasting the Report of the commission of inquiry on human rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to North Koreans through radio.

Michael Kirby, former chairman of the Commission of Inquiry (COI) pointed out that the report should be translated and delivered to North Koreans. ONK translated the COI report into Korean and has been delivering it in segments to North Koreans three times a week.

The name of the radio program is, ‘World anger over the unspeakable atrocities of Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un.’ It can be listened to by anyone on the ONK website (www.nkradio.org/). A summary of the program is listed here:

1.       Introduction to the Commission of inquiry on human rights in the DPRK

2.       Statement by Mr. Michael Kirby, Chair of the COI on Human Rights in the DPRK, to the 25th session of the Human Rights Council

3.       Crimes against humanity in political prison camps

4.       Crimes against humanity in the ordinary prison system

5.       Crimes against humanity targeting religious believers and others considered to introduce subversive influences

6.       Crimes against humanity targeting persons who try to flee the country

7.       Starvation

8.       Crimes against humanity targeting persons from other countries, in particular through international abduction

9.       Institutional accountability, in particular for crimes against humanity

10.    Individual criminal accountability

11.    Responsibility of the international community

12.    Conclusions and recommendations

13.    Correspondence with the Supreme Leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and First Secretary of the Worker’s Party of Korea, Kim Jong-un

14.    Messages of hope to North Koreans






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