HanVoice Western

We support on-the-ground information dissemination initiatives in North Korea, and work with leading politicians and policy experts to advance the North Korean Human Rights Cause.

About HanVoice


Main Branch

HanVoice was founded by a group of passionate law students from the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. The group started as a grassroots support organization and developed into Canada’s largest nonprofit organization advocating for the improved human rights in North Korea. Hanvoice today, is engaged in both political and grassroots advocacy to raise awareness among both Canadian decision makers as well as the general Canadian public. The Hanvoice political advocacy campaign is “giving voice to the voiceless” and to pursue this vision, HanVoice has consulted with numerous members of parliament, ministers and officials in addition to various other departments and agencies at the Federal and municipal level.


HanVoice at Western

Hanvoice is one of the four University chapters across Ontario. Our mission is to inform and empower the Western student body to mobilize each individual to affect the lives of North Koreans. The executive team currently consists of 27 passion-driven students seeking to work towards a better future for North Korea. The Western chapter is greatly expanding each year with both executive and general members. HanVoice Western hopes to further engage both the University community and London community in the discussions of North Korea and the surrounding issues.

Meet the Team

1

Eun Su Shim

President

2

John Lee

Vice President

3

Judy Kim

VP Awareness

3

Jeesoo Lee

VP Communication

3

Carl Garnich

VP Education

3

Sarah Baik

VP Finance

3

Eric Lee

VP Fundraising

3

Flora Kong

VP Promotion

3

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uwo@hanvoice.ca