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Priority Tasks of 2010

Commission's Five Priorities for 2010:
  • Safeguarding civil and political rights
  • Advancing the rights of children and the elderly
  • Promoting the economic, social and cultural rights of economically vulnerable groups
  • Improving the rights of migrants in a multicultural society
  • Strengthening the anti-discrimination policies and remedies that pertain to socially vulnerable groups
Special Task for 2010:
  • Improving North Korean human rights

Priority Tasks of 2009

Commission's Five Priorities for 2009:
  • Safeguarding civil and political rights
  • Advancing the rights of children and the elderly
  • Promoting the economic, social and cultural rights of economically vulnerable groups
  • Improving the rights of migrants in a multicultural society
  • Strengthening the anti-discrimination policies and remedies that pertain to socially vulnerable groups

Priority Tasks of 2008

Commission's Six Priorities for 2008:
  • Advancing the rights of persons with disabilities including the mentally disabled
  • Improving the rights of migrants and their families in a multicultural society
  • Promoting the rights of socially and economically vulnerable groups
  • Protecting basic political rights
  • Strengthening human rights protection in the information society
  • Developing policies on North Korean human rights

Priority Tasks of 2007

Commission's Ten Priorities for 2007:

The Commission has identified 26 key tasks for 2007 and named 10 of them as top priorities in terms of implementation and policy coordination. Commission’s implementation plan for these key tasks addresses a range of protection mechanism for various groups of the underprivileged, including persons living at welfare facilities, persons with disabilities, the underprivileged subject to subsidy under the National Minimum Living Guarantee Act, and foreign workers.
The top ten priorities for 2007 are:

  • To improve human rights of children and adolescents (new)
  • To improve human rights of persons living at welfare facilities (continued from 2006)
  • To improve human rights of persons with disabilities (new)
  • To reinforce the right to survival of the underprivileged subject to subsidy under the National Minimum Living Guarantee Act (new)
  • To continue projects on human rights in North Korea(new)
  • To improve human rights of foreign spouses married to Koreans and foreign workers (continued from 2006)
  • To develop guidelines to determine human rights violations and discriminatory practices (continued from 2006)
  • To develop a comprehensive plan to improve human rights education (new)
  • To bolster Commission’s role and standing in the international organizations of national human rights institutions (new)
  • To proactively express Commission’s opinions on matters related to human rights (new)

Priority Tasks of 2006

The Commission's Ten Priorities for 2006:
  • To cooperate with the government to establish the National Action Plans for Promotion and Protection of Human Rights (NAPs on Human Rights) and monitor their implementation
  • To recommend the legislation of the Anti-Discrimination Law
  • To establish standards for determining human rights violations (social rights included) and discriminatory practice
  • To improve human rights of the elderly
  • To improve human rights of the enlisted men in the military and the riot police
  • To improve human rights of persons living in social welfare facilities
  • To improve human rights of foreign spouses married to Koreans and foreign workers and their families
  • To improve human rights of North Korean defectors
  • To advocate the legislation of the Fundamental Human Rights Education Act
  • To expand human rights education programs targeting social welfare facilities, private corporations, and the media
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