Exile experiences and participation are the foundation of our work. We gain our understandings of human rights in North Korea through established networks and institutional partnerships with individuals and exile-led organisations, entities, and rescue groups.
Our evidence is gathered from primary interviews with North Koreans as they escape to freedom and from exiles who live in third-countries across the globe.
Much of our work is highly sensitive and certain information can only be provided to key stakeholders invested in protecting and promoting human rights. Cooperation and information sharing is considered on a case-by-case basis.