1. Exhibit photos and video materials illustrating
the violation of human rights of North Korean refugees at Athens
Olympic venues. This is to let visitors to the Athens Olympic
know the refugees issue in China to be solved by the next Olympic
to take place in Beijing. All groups involved will present visual
materials for this purpose.
2. Send out emails to IOCs once a month to make
them aware of the repatriation and the violation of human rights
of North Korean refugees in China. This is to improve the Chinese
government’s policy toward the North Korean refugees hiding
3. Prepare and send the first email mentioned
in 2 above to the IOCs and mass media by August 10.
4. Create video documentary (by Sept.) on North
Korean refugees fled into China and provide it to JOC or the like,
and then ask them to meet and discuss the issue with related NGOs
and North Korean defectors. The Society to Help Returnees to North
Korea (Japanese NGO) is responsible for this project.
5. Dispatch an international human rights mission
(by spring next year) to the EU and the US to further publicize
the human rights violation issue in relation to the 2008 Beijing
Olympic. This is part of the activities to draw more attention
from the international community by holding testimony meetings,
distributing video materials, etc.
6. Start up multilingual (English, Chinese,
Korean, and Japanese) websites specialized in the persecution
of North Korean refugees fled into China to further clarify the
problems to be solved before China is qualified as a host country
of the Olympic Game. For this project, all NGOs involved will
actively engage in the preparation of the contents, including