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Human rights

Life after North Korea: Helping Defectors Find Hope

The Korean peninsula has been divided between North and South Korea since 1953. In North Korea, about 18 million people out of the 25 million in its population experience serious human rights violations, economic struggles, food insecurity,…

Why the US Fears a Peaceful Iran?

Now that the chaos and violence in Iran has died down, some US politicians have jumped into the fray with their human rights shenanigans to try to stir up more disorder and sustain violence.

Solidarity Statement with the October Migrant Caravan

Witness for Peace proclaims our wholehearted solidarity with the caravan of migrants currently moving through Guatemala from Honduras towards Mexico and the US.  We’d like to echo the sentiments expressed in our last statement of solidarity…