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Participated at a Sponsorship Event for Refugee at 'Gabiyang' Cafe

28 Mar 2023
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Refugees are people who have been forced to flee their home country due to persecution, war, or violence, and whom is unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin due to a well-founded fear of persecution based on their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. They often face extreme hardship, including the loss of their homes, possessions, and loved ones, and they may have to travel long distances or cross dangerous borders in search of safety. Once they reach a safe country, they may need support in order to access basic necessities like food, shelter, and medical care, as well as legal assistance, language translation services, job training, and education.

Refugees face numerous challenges as they navigate their new lives in a foreign country. One of the most pressing issues is the lack of access to basic needs such as food, shelter, and medical care. Many refugees are forced to live in overcrowded and unsanitary conditions, which puts them at risk of contracting diseases and other health problems. Additionally, refugees often face discrimination and social exclusion, which can make it difficult for them to integrate into their new communities. Education is another major challenge for refugees. Many refugees are unable to attend school due to a lack of resources or language barriers. This can have long-term consequences, as education is critical for building a better future and improving economic prospects. Despite these challenges, many refugees are resilient and determined to rebuild their lives. They often possess valuable skills and talents that can contribute to their new communities.

The international community has a responsibility to support refugees and provide them with the resources and protection they need to rebuild their lives. This includes ensuring that refugees have access to basic needs such as food, shelter, and medical care, as well as education and employment opportunities. Governments and NGOs must work together to address the root causes of displacement and support peace-building initiatives that can help prevent conflicts and human rights abuses.

In conclusion, refugees are a vulnerable population that requires support and protection from the international community. Despite the numerous challenges they face, refugees are resilient and can make valuable contributions to their new communities. It is the responsibility of governments and NGOs to provide refugees with the resources and support they need to rebuild their lives and achieve a better future. By working together, we can create a more just and equitable world for all people, including refugees. 

What is pNan?

"The Refuge pNan" is a Christian NGO which protects and assists North Korean and international refugees seeking asylum in Korean and abroad. 

What pNan do

* Activities for international refugees
(1) Refugee Protection :
- RSD(refugee status determination process) Assistance, asylum process support, litigation;
- Research on COI (Country of Origin Information) & translation
- Advocacy for Korea refugee law and system development

(2) Refugee Assistance :
- Providing Shelters
- Job Mentoring
- Sharing Closet for Refugees: sharing goods, visiting refugee houses and other supports in need

(3) Refugee School :
- School for Refugee Community, refugee kids, and Volunteers;
- Korean language class; Tae-kwon-do class

(4) Overseas Refugee Aid :
Research Visit (research visits to countries of refugee origin); Refugee Camp Assistance ( assistance for refugee camp in Asia & Africa)

* Activities for North Korean refugees
(1) Jayoutuh School :
An evening school for North Korean defectors (6pm-9pm everyday); English classes and activities with native speakers and volunteer teachers

(2) Activities for North Korean refugees overseas:
Integration assistance for North Korean defectors in South Korea 
1) Rescue of North Korean refugees overseas 2) Campaigns for North Korean human rights and refugees. 

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