Human rights in South Korea
Human rights in South Korea have evolved significantly from the days of military dictatorship and reflects the state's current status as a constitutional democracy. Citizens regularly choose the Presi...
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This is a National Emergency
This is a National Emergency
American Airlines Will Train Employees to Save Victims of Human Trafficking
By learning the warning signs, flight attendants (and other members of the travel industry) can save victims of human trafficking.
8 Peoples Found Dead In Trailer At San Antonio TX
Walmart in suspected human trafficking case
CEO Of Backpage.com Arrested, Charged With Pimping
Carl Ferrer, the chief executive of a classifieds website that allows users to post escort ads, was arrested in Texas on Thursday. He faces felony charges, including pimping a minor.
Human Trafficking Survivor's Triathlon Record
Human trafficking survivor Norma Bastidas hopes to inspire other victims of abuse with triathlon world record. Norma Bastidas was lured into slavery with promise of modeling job in Japan Escaped traff...
Charles Wade, Black Lives Matter Leader, Charged With Sex Trafficking
Charles Wade, a prominent Black Lives Matter organizer and co-founder of Operation Help or Hush, was arrested last month and charged with human trafficking and prostitution.
Freedom of religion in South Korea
Freedom of religion in South Korea is provided for in the South Korean constitution. The South Korean government has generally respected this right in practice, although it provides no exemption or al...
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Gay rights in South Korea
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in South Korea face legal challenges and discrimination not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Male and female same-sex sexual activity is legal i...
Human trafficking
Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of sexual slavery, forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others. This may encompass providing a s...
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Prostitution in South Korea
Prostitution in South Korea is illegal, but according to The Korea Women's Development Institute, the sex trade in Korea was estimated to amount to 14 trillion South Korean won ($13 billion) in 2007, ...
Censorship in South Korea
Censorship in South Korea is limited by laws that provide for freedom of speech and the press which the government generally respects in practice. Under the National Security Law, the government may l...
LGBT rights in South Korea
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in South Korea face legal challenges and discrimination not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Male and female same-sex sexual activity is legal i...
This is a National Emergency
This is a National Emergency
Sancheong-Hamyang massacre
The Sancheong and Hamyang massacre (Korean: 산청・함양 양민학살 사건, Hanja: 山清・咸陽良民虐殺事件) was a massacre conducted by a unit of the South Korean Army 11th Division during the Korean War. On 7 February 1951,...
Sancheong-Hamyang massacre - Wikipedia
Lee Myung-bak rat poster incident
The Lee Myung-bak rat poster incident is an incident in Seoul, South Korea, when a university instructor Park Jeong-su (박정수) was indicted by the South Korean authorities for drawing a graffiti of a fa...
Truth and Reconciliation Commission (South Korea)
South Korea's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (Korean: 진실·화해를 위한 과거사 정리 위원회), established on December 1, 2005, is a governmental body responsible for investigating incidents in Korean history ...
Truth and Reconciliation Commission (South Korea) - Wikipedia
Internet censorship in South Korea
Internet censorship in South Korea has been categorized as "pervasive" in the conflict/security area, and also present in the social area. Categories of censorship include "subversive communication", ...
Internet censorship in South Korea - Wikipedia
Capital punishment in South Korea
Capital punishment is a legal form of punishment in South Korea. The latest death sentence was handed down to Kang Ho-sun in 2009. Presently, however, there is a moratorium in effect on executions by ...
LGBT history in South Korea
The modern South Korean LGBT rights movement arose in the 1990s, with several small organizations seeking to combat sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.
Although there is very l...
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Ganghwa massacre
The Ganghwa massacre (Korean: 강화 양민학살 사건, Hanja: 江華良民虐殺事件) was a massacre conducted by the South Korean forces, South Korean Police forces and pro-South Korean militiamen, between 6 and 9 January ...
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Hill 303 massacre
The Hill 303 massacre (Korean: 303 고지 학살 사건) was a war crime that took place during the Korean War on August 17, 1950 on a hill above Waegwan, South Korea. Forty-one captured United States Army pr...
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