MOU is an organization founded by the South Korean government with the objective to establish and propel a systematic and institutionalized unification policy. MOU also directs office works for the unification of Korea, such as South and North communication and cooperation.
The North Korean Refugees Foundation is an organization based on the law of North Korean Refugees protection and settlement support. When North Korean defectors complete the “Hanawon” education, NKRF provides different forms of support for the defectors’ settlement in South Korea.
The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor of the US Department of State. DRL promotes democracy and secures international human rights and religious freedom. DRL also works to improve worldwide labor rights.
The Daily NK is an online newspaper formed in 2004 that reports news about North Korea in various languages such as Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese.
Radio Free Asia an international broadcasting station founded in 1996, financed by the American Assembly. Radio Free Asia provides shortwave broadcasts to all regions in Asia in nine different languages. Their broadcast in Korean particularly, is aimed at the North Korean citizens who are restricted and oppressed.
The Chosun Ill-bo is a newspaper company founded in 1920 and since has followed Korea’s news until today. Currently, the company is in the take-off stage as a general media enterprise called “Chosun Media” and is providing contents through various platforms such as paper, internet, broadcast, mobile etc.
The Institute for Unification Education an organization founded in 1972 to spread interest and proper understanding about Korean unification among Korean citizens. It is working to develop national bond of sympathy to create value and direction for unification.
The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world.