[General]The North Korea outside the North Korean State' Seminar Newsletter

7 Jan 2016
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North Korean oversea laborers

Accommodation in Mongolia

In Mongolia, North Korean laborers are expected to do everything; including work, eat and sleep on their work site.

A market in Krakow, Poland

North Korean laborers work 12 hours a day, 6 days a week; a considerable amount more than their Polish co-workers.

A cashmere factory in Mongolia

North Korean oversea laborers are forced to endure constant surveillance, discrimination, harsh working conditions, reduced and delayed payment in wages.  

Construction site in Poland

The main areas of work are construction, agriculture, textile factories and other services.