Volunteerism & ICTs: Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
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Get Involved with ICVolunteers' Projects in Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
ICVolunteers-Switzerland is the Swiss branch of ICVolunteers. Historically, the Swiss office is the cradle of the whole organization. ICVolunteers has local presence in a growing number of countries, including Korea, Democratic People's Republic of.
We invite you to look over what we are doing in the area.
ICVolunteers Projects in Korea, Democratic People's Republic of:
International Dialogue on Human Rights: Issues in Gender and Sexuality
The International Dialogue provided an opportunity for organizations active in advancing sexual orientation, gender and gender identity issues regionally and internationally to gather in Geneva, meet with the new UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, engage in training prior to the next Commission on Human Rights, connect with Brazil and key country missions, identify priorities, strengthen regional networks and develop tools for working together as effectively as possible.
Consumer Project on Technology: Access to Knowledge and Health
This meeting focused on Medical Research and Development (R&D).
Tue, 17 Oct 2017 13:33:02 GMT
UK activist is part of 'Korean Friendship Association' - BBC NewsBBC NewsWestern claims of life in North Korea are "very unreliable", according to a UK activist who is part of the Pyongyang-supporting Korean Friendship Association.More...
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 09:08:50 GMT
Center for Research on Globalization (blog)America had first Contemplated Nuclear War against both China and North Korea in 1950Center for Research on Globalization (blog)In 1950, Chinese volunteer forces dispatched by the People's Republic of China were firmly behind North Korea against US aggression. China's act of solidarity with The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) was carried out barely a few months ...More...
Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:30:14 GMT
Twelve shocking facts about North KoreaPravda (blog)In the DPRK, people work six days a week. During their only day off, the North Koreans "volunteer" to work for the glory of their motherland, so that there is virtually no such thing as weekend there. 6. A North Korean national convicted of various ...and more » More...