About MINBYUN

10월 12th, 2010 | Posted by admin in 5. Uncategorized - (댓글 끄기)

MINBYUN – Lawyers for a Democratic Society is a NGO  with special consultative status to UNECOSOC and strives to further the development of democracy in Korea through litigation, research, and investigation.To this end, MINBYUN is also dedicated to increasing public awareness and collaborating in joint activities to protect basic human rights and attain social justice. …
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Structure

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  General Assembly       President Vice-President     Busan Branch Daegu Branch Ulsan Branch         Gwangju-Jeonnam Branch Daejeon-Chungcheong Branch Jeonju-Jeonbuk Branch Gyungnam Branch             Executive Committee                         Secretariat   Committee         …
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History of MINBYUN

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 MINBYUN Inherits the History of Human Rights Lawyers MINBYUN – Lawyers for a Democratic Society was established by a small group of activists who began their careers working on critical human rights and civil rights projects in South Korea.  The first generation of human rights lawyers struggled to preserve human rights in Korea during the …
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Activities

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Committees and their Activities  ①  Labor Committee MINBYUN’s Labor Committee is as old as the organization itself, and has remained true to its stated purpose to advocate on behalf of and protect the rights of laborers, who are widely perceived as second-class citizens in modern Korean society. With a total of eighty-five members, the Labor …
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Mission

9월 4th, 2009 | Posted by admin in 5. Uncategorized - (댓글 끄기)

MINBYUN, Human Rights Keeper Since the National Security Law has been passed in 1948, it is more likely function for despotic military regime rather than its original aim, securing a nation. People who criticize government such as lawmakers from shadow cabinet, liberal-oriented distinguished people out of office were incarcerated under the charges of violation of …
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