Light Through the Darkness: A Forum on Freedom in North Korea

Light Through the Darkness: A Forum on Freedom in North Korea

SSRS VP Robyn Rapoport Attended the George W. Bush Presidential Center Event

On November 29, 2016, the Bush Institute hosted Light Through the Darkness: A Forum on Freedom in North Korea, a gathering of national and community leaders to spotlight the human condition in North Korea. This forum explored the nexus between North Korean human rights and national security, as well as new initiatives that support the North Korean people, particularly escapees who have resettled in the United States.

SSRS VP Robyn Rapoport leads SSRS’s research collaboration with the George W. Bush Institute (GWBI), an action-oriented, nonpartisan policy organization.

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Robyn also attended the GWBI 2016 Invictus Games Symposium in May.

SSRS is proud to partner with the George W. Bush Institute on this important work.

Photos from “Light Through the Darkness: A Forum on Freedom in North Korea”

 SSRS VP Robyn Rapoprt with Former United States Senator, Connecticut

SSRS VP Robyn Rapoprt with Former United States Senator, Connecticut

 Kenneth Hersh | President & CEO, George W. Bush Presidential Center

Kenneth Hersh | President & CEO, George W. Bush Presidential Center

 Remarks by Mrs. Laura Bush at the GWBI Forum on North Korea 2016

Remarks by Mrs. Laura Bush at the GWBI Forum on North Korea 2016

 Panelists: Robert R. King, Joseph Kim, Grace Jo

Panelists: Robert R. King, Joseph Kim, Grace Jo