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Name : Haris Azhar
Email : haris_azhar@yahoo.com
Kontras (Commission for 'the Disappeared' and Victims of Violence) is a nonprofit organization and an independent legal entity. The organization was founded on March 20, 1998 right before the end of the Suharto regime. Inititally KontraS was set up to advocate cases of serious human rights violations, such as cases of enforced disappearances. Since KontraS was set up in times of political transition, KontraS' work focuses demanding state accountability, [make it work] justice and fulfill the rights of victims. These issues are battled through of mediation, legal assistance, research, lobby, victims' empowerment, publications and campaigns. Coordinator: Haris Azhar Preferred Contact: Haris Azhar, Coordinator - harisazhar@kontras.org
Life Funds for NK Refugees 
Name : Kato Hiroshi
Email : nkkikin@hotmail.com
LFNKR is an NGO dedicated to the support and protection of North Korean refugees and their certification.
LiNK | Liberty in North Korea 
Name : Hannah Song
Email : hannah@linkglobal.org
LiNK is a US-based NGO that provides emergency and long-term assistance to North Korean refugees, while raising awareness and redefining North Korea with a focus on the people, and pursuing an end to the human rights and humanitarian crises. President: Hannah Song Preferred Contact: info@linkglobal.org
Network for North Korean Human Rights and Democracy (NKnet) 
Name : Han Ki Hong
Email : nknet@nknet.org
NKnet was founded in Seoul in 1999. NKnet was formed by a group of citizens who wish to alleviate the suffering of the North Korean people and to promote human rights and democracy in North Korea. The founders of NKnet are all veterans of the pro-democracy campaign against military dictatorship in South Korea and NKnet is devoted to raising public awareness of the need to support democracy and human rights in North Korea. Organizational members of the network include Zeitgeist magazine and four national student associations that bring together more than 30 individual student unions.
No Fence 
Name : Song Yun Bok
Email : songyb777@yahoo.co.jp
NO FENCE is an organization that takes action to eliminate the concentration camps in North Korea. In the camps, there are numerous innocent people who are deprived of all human rights, forced to live an excruciating life as salves inside deadlines and end their lives there. So long as we live as humans, we simply cannot ignore this reality. We believe that it is our responsibility as the same human beings as the prisoners who share the world to eliminate such concentration camps. Representative: Shojun Sunagawa Preferred Contact: nf-staff@netlive.ne.jp
North Korea Freedom Coalition 
Name : 최고관리자
Email : admin@domain
The North Korea Freedom Coalition is a nonpartisan coalition founded in June, 2003 to work for the freedom, human rights, and dignity of the North Korea people. The Coalition currently has over 70 public member organizations representing millions of American, South and North Korean, and Japanese citizens as well as other nations, along with many individual members.
North Korea Intellectuals Solidarity (NKIS) 
Name : 최고관리자
Email : kekyoung@gmail.com
North Korea Intellectuals Solidarity
Name : 최고관리자
Email : admin@domain
A human rights organization involved in campaigns for defending human rights defenders, international justice including the ICC, implementing international human rights instruments, prohibiting torture, protecting victims and witnesses, and to end impunity, amongst other issues.
Open North Korea 
Name : Kwon Eun Kyoung
Email : kekyoung@gmail.com
Open North Korea is a participant owned radio broadcasting organization which transmits programs for listeners primarily within North Korea. Anyone can participate in our program, and anyone who wants to deliver his or her voice to the North Korean people is welcome to do so. ORNK does not limit itself to any political, economic, social, cultural, or religious sphere. Any message which does not violate intellectual property rights or ethical regulations on international broadcasting can be broadcast through the ORNK. The ONK supports true reconciliation between North and South Korea.. Our aim is to provide opportunities of heartfelt and sincere conversation between the brethren of North and South Korean and the global community. The ONK also provides broadcasting consulting services to those interested in broadcasting to the North Koreans. If anyone is interested in broadcasting to the North Korean, but is unsure how, we are always willing and eager to help.
People In Need 
Name : Marek Svoboda
Email : marek.svoboda@clovekvtisni.cz
The People in Need (PIN) foundation was established in 1992 by a group of war reporters and foreign correspondents who were no longer satisfied with bringing back information to the Czech Republic; instead, they began sending out aid. It gradually became established as a professional humanitarian organisation focused on providing aid to crisis areas and supporting adherence to human rights around the world. Over the past 20 years, it has grown into one of the biggest non-profit organisations in Central Europe and has also become active in the field of education as well as helping those living in social exclusion. Today People in Need focuses on four key areas: Humanitarian aid and development cooperation, Support for human rights, Social integration programmes, Education and information programmes. Director: Šimon Panek Head of PIN´s Center for Democracy and Human Rights: Marek Svoboda Preferred Contact: mail@peopleinneed.cz
PSALT NK (Prayer Service Action Love Truth for North Korea) 
Name : Michelle Kim
Email : michelle@psaltnk.org
PSALT NK is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of the crisis in North Korea and mobilizing people to pray, share blessings, and take action on behalf of those who are suffering. PSALT’s ministry work includes rescue and care of North Korean refugees in critical situations overseas, as well as resettlement and support of various needs among North Korean refugees adjusting to life in the United States. Founder/Executive Director: Michelle Kim, michelle@psaltnk.org Preferred Contact: info@psaltnk.org
Name : Kim Young Il
Email : pscore@pscore.org
PSCORE is a Seoul-based NGO dedicated to raising awareness of human rights abuses committed within North Korea and empowering defectors through education. Our mission focuses on providing educational opportunities to resettled North Koreans living in Seoul through our one-on-one tutoring program, as well as engaging with Korean and international society to address North Korean human rights issues, particularly through our status as an organization in Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council.
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights 
Name : David McKean
Email : mckean@rfkhumanrights.org
To realize Robert F. Kennedy's dream of a more just and peaceful world, his family and friends founded a living memorial in 1968. Today, combining a rights-based approach and extended multi-year partnerships with the forty-four courageous and innovative RFK Human Rights Award Laureates, RFK Human Rights leverages its expertise, resources, and prestige to advance social justice goals around the world. Asia Program Officer: David McKean
Saram e.V. 
Name : Nicolai A. Sprekels
Email : n.sprekels@giordano-bruno-stiftung.de
Saram e.V. was founded 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Our two primary objectives are: first, to raise and foster engagement (civil and political) within Germany for an improvement of Human Rights in the DPRK. Second, to support campaigns and scientific research, regarding North Korean Human Rights, ideology and reunification. Therefore, we are closely cooperating with other European NGOs.
Simon Wiesenthal Center 
Name : SWC
Email : acooper@wiesenthal.com
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is a global Jewish human rights organization that confronts anti-Semitism, hate and terrorism, promotes human rights and dignity, stands with Israel, defends the safety of Jews worldwide, and teaches the lessons of the Holocaust for future generations. With a constituency of over 400,000 households in the United States, it is accredited as an NGO at international organizations including the United Nations, UNESCO, OSCE, Organization of American States (OAS), the Latin American Parliament (PARLATINO) and the Council of Europe.
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