North Korea has been described by former Australian justice Michael Kirby, in a report to the United Nations Human Rights Councils, as committing crimes against humanity. The report accused the regime of mass killings and torture and said responsible officials should face the International Criminal Court.
Covering its formation in Cold War politics, the contemporary ideology of Juche self-reliance, and rescinding of the Korean War armistice, the Isocracy Network presents a fascinating eyewitness account by Nick Langdon on the possibilities of human rights, the likely trajectory of the regime, and the practical tasks that we can carry out.
Saturday April 19th at 7pm, New International Bookshop, Trades Hall (54 Victoria Street, Carlton)
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