Past eventResearch Event

Turning Back the Clock on Human Rights in South Korea?

1 July 2009 - 14:00 to 16:00

Chatham House, London


Norma Kang Muico, East Asia Researcher, Amnesty International



The speaker will discuss human rights in South Korea.

Norma Kang Muico is the East Asia Researcher at Amnesty International responsible for South and North Koreas, Japan and Mongolia. She has written a report on Policing of the Candlelight Protests in South Korea (October 2008), and a report on migrant workers in South Korea will be launched in September. Previously at Anti-Slavery International, Norma Kang Muico published reports on forced labour in North Korean prison camps and trafficking of North Korean women in China.

This event is open to Members only.

For more information please contact the Asia Programme.