Activism, Human Rights North Korea Freedom Week, April 24 – May 1, 2012 April 24, 2012 3 Comments Click here for the schedule of events in English; here for Korean. This year’s events all seem to be happening in South Korea. Previous Post Next Post May 7, 2011 Too Little, Too Late, But Better than Nothing: Amnesty International on North Korea’s Political Prison Camps July 18, 2006 Congratulations January 25, 2010 New Reports Highlight Failure of U.N., Ban Ki Moon to Address North Korean, Chinese Atrocities Logging In... Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or CommentName EmailNot published Website 3 Replies 3 Comments 0 Tweets 0 Facebook 0 Pingbacks Last reply was April 26, 2012 fun stuff View April 24, 2012 The US Women’s Soccer Team (ranked #1 in the world) just drew North Korea in the group stage of the Olympics. I wonder if they try to show another live game, or just invent some reason to withdraw. http://www.fifa.com/womensolympic/news/newsid=1619744/index.html thomas View April 24, 2012 The English schedule looks like it might be from last year. This is the only current English copy I could find. English post: http://www.piie.com/blogs/nk/?p=5847 Here’s the highlights. North Korea Freedom Week2012 Schedule (April 22nd to May 1st) (SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA) NKHR Photo Exhibit â€“ FNKR: Duration of NKW2012 Reading of the list of names of abductees â€“ KFWAFU: Duration of NKFW2012 NK Defectorsâ€™ Proclamation Event hosted by 4 major NGO NK Broadcasters, at Wonpyo Park: Duration of NKFW2012 NKD Youth Coalitionâ€™s â€˜Putting Up NKFW2012â€™ Posters at major universities: Duration of NKFW2012 Press Conference in front of Chinese Embassy regarding Forced Repatriation â€“ Congressperson Park Sun-young : Everyday 2pm Glans View April 26, 2012 The Columbia University chapter of LiNK met Friday, April 6. Michael Ard reported for CPReviewOnline.