Liberty in North Korea have an excellent, user-friendly website that allows you to learn about the history of North Korea and its current situation. It also demonstrates multiple ways in which you can help. You can donate money that goes directly to their numerous projects, and there is an online shop with all proceeds going to the cause.
One Free Korea is an excellent website with bountiful current information on all aspects of North Korea, written in a casual blogging style. It covers events, politics and all international relations concerning North Korea. It also has information on the camps, news article on North Korea from across the world and detailed Google Earth imagery.
Citizen’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights (NKHR) is one of the most established non-governmental, non-profit organizations in South Korea devoted to improving the lives of North Koreans. It has a website full of information (you can also donate money on their website to help rescue refugees.)
North Korea Freedom Coalition is a nonpartisan coalition formed in 2003 to work for the freedom, human rights, and dignity of the North Korea people. All the major NGOs in the USA, Japan and South Korea, as well as other governmental and non-governmental organisations are part of the Coalition.
You can find lots of information, recent news, upcoming events, news archive and various resources on their website. They also hold an annual North Korea Freedom Week.
Excellent publications on the North Korean camps and the government’s politics that you can downloads as PDFs.http://www.hrnk.org/about/about-hrnk.php
At the bottom of this page we have also included a recommended reading and movie list if these are your preferred means of learning.
Other useful news organisation;
Share this film!
Talk to your friends, family, and colleagues about Human Rights in North Korea.
Hold fundraisers / street campaigns.
Host a screening of North Korea-related films.
Join in on National and Global North Korea Human Rights Protests.
Rally fellow students and community members to learn and take action.
Liberty in North Korea (LINK) have great information on their website about how you can help – from hosting events, fundraising and even starting your own Rescue Team.
www.libertyinnorthkorea.org – under ‘get involved’
Open Radio North Korea
Support the organisations that broadcast radio from South Korea into North Korea, where it is hoped that people can tune into the frequency. The North Korean government actively tries to prevent people from listening, by blasting loud noises on the same frequency so nothing can be heard.
Free North Korea Radio
You can donate through Standard Chartered Bank to keep it up and running.