We are

The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan (the Korean Council) is the Non-Government Organization working towards a just resolution of the issue and prevention of wartime sexual violence.


We take

actions for 

  • resolution of the Japanese military sexual slavery issue, revealed by Kim Hak-soon’s courageous testimony on August 14, 1991.
  • realization of the message of the victims to restore their dignity and human rights and to achieve a peaceful world.
  • education regarding the history of the Japanese military sexual slavery to future generations.
  • restoring victims’ dignity and human rights and remembering the Japanese military sexual slavery issue.
  • prevention of wartime sexual violence and sexual violence in conflict.
  • just resolution of the issue: includes acknowledgment of war crimes, formal/public apology, legal reparation, investigation of truth, education about the issue, and legal punishment of the perpetrators.

Our

mission

From the perspective of peace and women’s rights, We will take the lead in solving·remembering the Japanese military sexual slavery issue, violation of women’s rights, and sexual exploitation.


Our

vision

1. Taking the lead of solidarity to find truth and justice

2. Archiving, remembering, and educating about women, human rights, and peace.

3. Transparent communication and reinforcement


Our

vision

Address : 12, World Cup buk-ro 11-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel : +82-2-365-4016

Fax : +82-2-365-4017

E-mail : [email protected]