May 24, Open House (TNKR office at AOU): Teach North Korean Refugees cordially invites you to two Open House sessions for newcomers. from 10 am and 7 pm. Find out how you can get involved with helping North Korean refugees.

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I can’t begin to express how touched I am by the wonderful things this incredible lady said about me–even my own mother is probably doubting that I’m such an angel. 🙂

 

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Teach North Korean Refugees Education Center at AOU cordially invites you to an Open House session to discuss specific ways you can get involved.

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TNKR Walkathon Flyer-page-0

 

KAFLA Charity Walkathon 2016

(Seoul City Wall Walking Festival)

EVERYONE is welcome!

To help support Teach North Korean Refugees(TNKR)

 

Our world is one.

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2016-05-09, “World Education Foundation partners with Teach North Korean Refugees,” Newswire, NewsChannel 10, ABC 7, WV Always, Koam TV, Tristate update, in French,  in German,  Digital Journal.

Former NFL Safety Marques Anderson, Founder of World Education Foundation (WEF) has partnered with Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR) to develop education and internship opportunities to assist North Korean refugees.

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세계 교육 협회 (WORLD EDUCATION FOUNDATION) 와 탈북자들을 위한 영어 교육 센터(TEACH NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES )간의 협약

World Education Foundation(WEF)의 설립자 마르큐 앤더슨 (Marques Anderson,  전 NFL미식축구선수)와 Teach North Korean Refugees(TNKR)이 탈북자를 위한 교육과 인턴쉽 기회의 형성 및 지원을 위해 손을 잡았다.
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제4회 TNKR(Teach North Korean Refugees) English Speech Contest에 여러분을 초대합니다. 현재 TNKR은 일반영어(회사, 공부, 여행 등) 공부를 할 수 있도록 기회를 제공하는 Track 1(Finding My Own Way)과 본인의 이야기를 영어로 이야기할 수 있도록 도움을 주는 대중강의 Track 2(Telling My Own Story) 를 진행하고 있습니다.

TNKR Englsih Speech Contest는 현재까지 3번 개최되었습니다. 그리고 2016년 8월 다시 한번 English speech Contest로 여러분을 만나고자 합니다. TNKR 프로그램을 통해 향상된 여러분의 영어실력을 발휘 할뿐 아니라, 영어에 대한 자신감을 얻는 기회가 되기를 바랍니다.
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TEACH NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES (SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA)
Casey Lartigue remplis la salle avec sa voix et sa sincérité au moment où nous nous asseyons pour notre interview. C’est rassurant d’entendre son anglais envahir la pièce après s’être frayé un chemin à travers le coréen depuis notre arrivé à Séoul, Corée du Sud –Actuelle maison de Teach North Korean Refugees (TNKR), née de l’imagination de Lartigue.

Casey Lartigue

Casey Lartigue

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On December 11, 1969, Korean Air YS-11 was hijacked by a North Korean agent just 10 minutes after take-off at 12:25 pm. 50 people (46 passengers and 4 crew members) were abducted to North Korea.
KAL 1969
Bowing to international pressure, the North Korean government returned 39 people, but 11 were never returned. One of those was Hwang Won, a producer with MBC. His son, Hwang In-Cheol, has been patiently asking the North Korean government to return his father.

On June 17, Mr. Hwang will be leading a rally at Imjingak, near the DMZ, to ask the North Korean government to return his father. In a statement at the International Volunteers Workshop on March 20, Mr. Hwang said:

“I appeal to you all, because you are the heart and the conscience of today’s generation. Please help me bring my father back, bring all 11 of them back. This might be the last chance for us to see any of them alive.

“Help me fight for the justice, and let us prevent the next tragedy which will create more victims and families mourning for them. You can help by spreading the word. Show North Korea, show the world that we haven’t forgotten them. The power of many will bring many changes we urgently need.”

You can participate in this rally in many ways:
* Share this event on your Facebook.
* Attend the rally.
* Become part of the (TNKR) Teach North Korean Refugees “How to Help North Koreans” project. Mr. Hwang has joined that project, he needs help with editing, writing, making an online petition, webmaster, videomaker.
* Event organizers are needed to help with rally logistics.

This is a non-political rally, it is a purely humanitarian event raising awareness about the South Koreans abducted in 1969. This rally will be the starting point of an effort to have Hwang Won and the other 10 who may still be alive returned to South Korea.

Email CJL@post.harvard.edu if you would like to join this effort.