From Our Members
In January 2020, TJWG Executive Director Hubert Lee and Legal Analyst Ethan Shin visited HURIDOCS’ office in Geneva, Switzerland on a partnership building trip. Access Accountability invited Friedhelm Weinberg to serve as a trainer at the workshop for practitioners on...read more
In November, Global Project Manager Scott Stevens visited HRDAG’s office in San Francisco to meet Patrick Ball, Megan Price and Valentina Rozo Ángel from Dejusticia who is currently a Visiting Analyst at HRDAG. Access Accountability invited Patrick Ball to speak about...read more
Korean Civil Society urges the international community to undertake more direct measures for the protection of the human rights of the Rohingya survivors
Transitional Justice Working Group joins 40 South Korean groups to push the international community to take more direct measures to protect the human rights of the Rohingya. "…we call the international community including the Korean government to strive to end the...read more
Transitional Justice Working Group released its second report “Mapping the Fate of the Dead: Killings and Burials in North Korea” on June 11, 2019. Read in-depth coverage of the report by the LA Times:...read more
Human Rights Data Analysis Group (HRDAG) and TJWG collaborated to try to identify the true number of Korean "comfort women" held in Palembang, Indonesia by the Japanese military during World War II. The report was co-authored by HRDAG Director of Research Dr. Patrick...read more
전환기정의워킹그룹, ‘다중시스템추정’ 기법 활용해 분석 태평양전쟁 시기 인도네시아 팔렘방 지역에 있었던 조선인 위안부 피해자 수가 100명 이상이라는 민간 인권단체의 분석 결과가 나왔다. 서울의 인권 관련 비정부기구(NGO)인 전환기정의워킹그룹(TJWG)은 26일(이하 한국시간기준) 배포한 보도자료에서 팔렘방 지역의 일본군 위안부 명부를 분석한 결과 95%의 확률로 조선인 위안부 수가 ‘최소 124명, 최다 198명’에 달했을 것이라고 추정했다.