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Campagnes : Journée Internationale de l'Objection de Conscience

Déclarations de l'IRG

30 avr. 2003
Français

Les objecteurs de conscience israéliens ont besoin de soutien

23 février 2003, Internationale des résistants à la guerre - BE Le bureau exécutif de l'Internationale des résis tants à la guerre (IRG), réseau pacifiste âgé de quatre-vingt-un an, regroupant 90 associations dans 45 pays, exprime ses graves préoccupations concernant la situation des objecteurs de conscience au service militaire en Israël, à l'occasion de sa réunion ce week-end, à Londres.

Articles

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

South Koreas conscien­tious objectors have been very successful in using the United Nations human rights system, but so far did not achieve the right to conscientious objection in their own country.

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

US Forces have been stationed in the Republic of Korea (ROK) since 1950. Historicallyh, their main role was to deter any possible war threat posed by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). However, the USA's Global Posture Review changes the role of US Forces in Korea (USFK) from a stationary army on the Korean peninsula into a regional hub for rapid deployment and capable of pre-emptive strikes.

21 avr. 2009
Anglais

The Republic of Korea main­tains a strict conscription regi­me. Registration for conscrip­tion is automatic for men in the year they turn 18, followed by medical examination when they are 19. The duty to enlist in the Armed Forces lasts until the age of 31, but in case of draft evaders until 36.


21 avr. 2009
Anglais

Welcome to this edition of The Broken Rifle, focusing on the situ­ation of conscientious objectors in South Korea. This is not the first time War Resisters' International produced an issue on South Korea – the last time we did so was for Prisoners for Peace Day 2003. At that time, about 750 con­scientious objectors were serving prison sentences for their con­scientious objection.

20 avr. 2009
Anglais

Jungmin Choi

20 avr. 2009
Anglais

- For another invisible Lee Gil-jun

Kyoung Soo, Park-jeong

20 avr. 2009
Anglais

Lee Gil-jun

20 avr. 2009
Anglais

Jaesung Lim

09 avr. 2009
Anglais

Declaration of conscientious objection

Jungmin Oh