[Event]Princeton visits NKDB

2 Feb 2024
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On January 25 2024, the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University engaged in an informative session hosted by NKDB. Executive Director Hanna Song led a discussion on civil society's efforts to improve human rights conditions in North Korea.

Students were also given an exclusive tour of the North Korean human rights museum, "The Echo Never Stops." The museum's exhibits tell the untold stories of those affected, emphasizing the resilience of the human spirit and the importance of advocacy.

NKDB appreciates opportunities to engage with the larger international community. Our doors are open to students interested in contributing to the discourse on human rights. Princeton University's School of Public and International Affairs made meaningful connections during their visit.

We extend our gratitude to the students for their dedication to understanding human rights advocacy. NKDB remains committed to fostering discussions and collaborations that contribute to positive change.

For those interested in learning more or participating in discussions on human rights, we encourage you to stay connected with NKDB.