SUBCHAPTER I—PROMOTING THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF NORTH KOREANS
Sense of Congress regarding negotiations with North Korea.
Support for human rights and democracy programs.
Radio broadcasting to North Korea.
Actions to promote freedom of information.
United Nations Commission on Human Rights.
Establishment of regional framework.
Special Envoy on North Korean human rights issues.
SUBCHAPTER II—ASSISTING NORTH KOREANS IN NEED
Report on United States humanitarian assistance.
Assistance provided inside North Korea.
Assistance provided outside of North Korea.
SUBCHAPTER III—PROTECTING NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES
United States policy toward refugees and defectors.
Eligibility for refugee or asylum consideration.
Facilitating submission of applications for admission as a refugee.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
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