North Korea

By: Erik McCune

Human Rights Violations

People are being sent to prison camps and being very poorly treated. They are being beaten and they have to work hard long hours while being feed insufficiently and many die while in the camps or soon after they are released. This violates human rights because they are taking away their life and making it much worse than it should be. Also people are being put into public execution for offenses not subject to the death penalty by domestic law. People will die because of "treason against the Fatherland" or "treason against the people" this takes away peoples right to a fair trial.

Human Rights Violations

Women are being trafficked into forced marriages which takes away the freedom of choice because they have no say in who they marry. They are basically blind folded until someone tells them who they are going to marry and that they have no choice but to do so.
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Conclusion

North Korea is taking away a lot of people rights such as freedom of choice, freedom to a fair trial, and taking away their whole life pretty much because they committed a little crime that should be punishable by a month in prison but instead they take away their whole life because of it.