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Advocates International Global Council 
Name : Advocates Internatio
Email : info@advocatesinternational.org
Encouraging and enabling advocates to meet locally, organize nationally, cooperate regionally and link globally to promote justice, rule of law, religious freedom, reconciliation and integrity
Aegis Trust 
Name : Aegistrust
Email : kekyoung@gmail.com
An NGO which campaigns against crimes against humanity and genocide. Aegis runs the Kigali Memorial Centre in Rwanda (with Kigali City Council) and the Holocaust Memorial and Educational Centre in the UK. Its International Justice Programme investigates international criminal cases for prosecution in a range of fora and support others in their efforts to bring international crimes to justice through long term training, advice and assistance.
Name : Debbie Stothard
Email : debbie@altsean.org
Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR) 
Name : 최고관리자
Email : ajarfoundation@gmail.com
AJAR was established in 2009 by a group of people with decades of experience in the field of conflict transformation, human rights, education and community development. Based in Bali, Indonesia, AJAR serves as a place of exchange: a center for learning and dialogue in the area of human rights and conflict transformation, with a strong development approach
Asian Federation Against Involuntary Disappearances 
Name : 최고관리자
Email : afad@surfshop.net.ph
AFAD is a coalition gathering organizations that work for the ""disappeared"" in several South Asian Countries. Its core members include the Families of Victims of Involuntary Disappearances from the Philippines, the Organization of Parents and Family Members of the Disappeared (OPFMD) from Sri Lanka, the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons in the Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir and the KONTRAS of Indonesia
Asian Human Rights & Humanity Association of Japan 
Email : glhumanasia@yahoo.co.jp
Our society contributes to creating the forum and value in Asia from Japan, through an information sharing about Asian human rights humanity.
Association for the Rescue of North Korea Abductees, Chiangmai 
Name : Tomoharu Ebihara
Email : infoarnka@gmail.com
The Association for the Rescue of North Korea Abductees, Chiangmai
Burma Partnership 
Name : Khin Ohmar
Email : khinohmar@burmapartnership.org
Burma Partnership is a network of organizations throughout the Asia-Pacific region, advocating for and mobilizing a movement for democracy and human rights in Burma. We draw our strength from the diversity of our partners, from the multi-ethnic leadership of political and civil society organizations both inside Burma and in exile, to our partners and broad-based solidarity organizations throughout the region. Coordinator: Khin Omar Preferred Contact: info@burmapartnership.org
BurmaInfo, Japan 
Name : 최고관리자
Email : admin@domain
BurmaInfo runs the largest online clearinghouse for information in Japanese about Burma, making available timely compilations of news, commentary and analysis, as well as hundreds of documents on various issues related to Burma. BurmaInfo is a primary point of contact for Japanese media, politicians, NGOs and interested citizens seeking information on Burma.
Name : Gabriel Salvia
Email : hernan@cadal.org
The Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL), is a non-profit, non-partisan, private foundation with the mission of promoting democratic values; observing the political, economic and institutional performance; and make public policy proposals that contribute to good government and people’s wellbeing. CADAL has three programs, one of them dedicated to promote democracy globally and advocate for the implementation of an active foreign policy in defense of human rights.
Christian Lawyer's Association for Paraguay (AACP) 
Name : 최고관리자
Email : kekyoung@gmail.com
Christian Lawyer's Association for Paraguay (AACP)
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) 
Name : Ben Rogers
Email : ben@csw.org.uk
CSW is a Christian human rights advocacy organisation specializing in freedom of religion or belief. CSW has offices in London, Brussels and Washington, DC and partners and affiliates in Hong Kong, Australia, Sri Lanka, India, Norway, Denmark, France, Nigeria and the United States. Patron: Baroness Cox Honorary President: Jonathan Aitken Preferred Contact: Benedict Rogers, East Asia Team leader – ben@csw.org.uk
Committee for Human Rights in North Korea 
Name : Greg Scarlatoiu
Email : grigfletcher@yahoo.com
The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) seeks to raise awareness about conditions in North Korea and to publish research that focuses the world’s attention on human rights abuses in that country. At the same time, the Committee is seeking creative solutions for improving human rights in North Korea. Executive Director: Greg Scarlatoiu - executive.director@hrnk.org Preferred Contact: hrnkdc@gmail.com
CONECTAS (Brazil) 
Name : Camila Asano
Email : camila.asano@conectas.org
Conectas Human Rights is an international non-governmental, not-for-profit organization, founded in Sao Paulo, Brazil in October, 2001. Its mission is to promote the realization of human rights and the consolidation of the Rule of Law, especially in Latin America, Asia, and Africa.
Council for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK CANADA) 
Name : Lee Kyung Bok
Email : kbl928@yahoo.com
The Council for Human Rights in North Korea is an independent non-profit and non-partisan organization. Founded in February 2008 through an amalgamation of 3 existing community organizations, including the International Campaign to Stop the Repatriation of North Korean Refugees, the Council has organised various campaigns and activities that invoke a great deal of resonance, both at a national and international level. President: Kyung B. Lee Preferred Contact: Kyung B. Lee, President - kbl928@yahoo.com
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