UPR Documentation – Questions & Recommendations

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The following is the information about the lobby activities for the Republic of Korea from the 14th session of the Universal Periodic Review. It is divided into two parts: Part 1 – suggested questions and recommendations for lobbying and Part 2 – a table of the official documentation from the national report, a compilation of …
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Women's Rights

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Freedom of Assembly and Demonstration

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LGBT Rights

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Property Rights

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Right to Privacy

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Right to the Freedom of Opinion and Expression

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Refugees and Migrants

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Conscientious Objection

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*Photo Credit: Michael S. Yamashita, National Geographic The right to refuse to perform military service (conscientious objection) has yet to come to full fruition in the Republic of Korea. As a country with a mandatory two-year obligation for all able-bodied Korean men, the option to opt out is still on unstable ground.

Global Initiative to End Corporal Punishment of Children Briefing for the Human Rights Council for the Republic of Korea’s UPR Corporal punishment of children breaches their rights to respect for human dignity and physical integrity and to equal protection under the law. It is recognised by the Committee on the Rights of the Child and …
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