UNIFICATION KOREA > THE MOVEMENT

 

 

HISTORY

 

The dividing line between North and South Korea was drawn at the end of World War II by the U.S. and Soviet Union. The border was intended to  be temporary, but the Korean War, which erupted in the night of June 25, 1950, cemented the dividing line. Despite the Korean Armistice Agreement (cease-fire) of July 27, 1953, there was no peace treaty signed; meaning that the state of war between North and South Korea still officially exists. There is a growing hostility between the separated nation which endangers its own citizens and jeopardizes the rest of the world to this very day. 

 

 
 

ABOUT US

 

Unification was created to rekindle the dying dream of a reunified Korea. We are a movement promoting peace, and moreover, a movement to make the reunification of North and South Korea a higher priority on the global agenda. Unification pursues the dream of two separated nations standing together in harmony once again. We rally our supporters to take part in this dream that has been lost in our generation, and is being reborn through this movement. The movement for Unification. 

 
 

 

THE MOVEMENT

 

Unification strategically distributes 38% of its profits to the listed non-profit organizations.

 
 

 

 

 

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LIBERTY IN NORTH KOREA (LiNK)

A nonprofit organization based out of Long Beach, California and Seoul, South Korea.

As of September 2017, LiNK has successfully rescued and resettled 671 North Korean refugees into the U.S. and South Korea.

Along with rescuing refugees, LiNK seeks to raise awareness of the human rights issues in North Korea through media production, conducting research, and semiannual tours.

 
 

 

ACTION FOR KOREA UNITED

Action for Korea United is a non-profit organization and an alliance currently consisting of over 800 Korean civic groups working towards the reunification of North and South Korea.

The coalition has initiated an approach to building awareness of the importance of unification, particularly among the youth.

Its innovative programs aim to cultivate a connection between North and South that taps into the shared heritage of the Korean people, transcending political and military divisions.

Action for Korea United also reaches out to regional stakeholders through high-level conferences that address Northeast Asian Peace.

 
 

 

PEOPLE FOR SUCCESSFUL COREAN REUNIFICATION (PSCORE)

PSCORE is a non-profit NGO based in Seoul, South Korea, that addresses potential barriers to reunification and assists North Korean refugees in adapting to life in South Korea.

It is comprised of both South and North Korean nationals, as well as interns and volunteers from countries around the world.

PSCORE provides an open platform to discuss human rights in North Korea.

They provide various resources such as English-language programs and job training seminars for North Korean refugees. 

 
 

 

COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN NORTH KOREA (HRNK)

A Washington D.C.-based non-governmental research organization founded in 2001 by a group of foreign policy and human rights specialists.

Its principal objective is to raise international awareness of North Korea's human rights situation through the publication of well documented reports and by undertaking outreach activities in support of the recommendations in those reports.

HRNK’s well documented studies have established its reputation and leading role in the growing international network of human rights, humanitarian assistance, and policy organizations committed to opening up and revealing North Korea to the rest of the world.

 
 

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100% of your donation will be distributed to the listed non-profit organizations  

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