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had led street campaigns in areas such as Gangnam, Daehangno, and Myeongdong since the founding of the organization in April of 2010 to this day. The campaigns are held once or twice every month(currently, every fourth Saturday of the month). NAUH also makes the humanitarian crisis of North Korea known to the world through radio broadcasts to North Korea, testimonies on international platforms, reenactment of North Korean Jangmadangs, and talk concerts.
- Street Campaigns
- NAUH leads street campaigns every fourth Saturday of the month at the Seoul Station Plaza to make the North Korean humanitarian crisis known to South Korean citizens and the international community, and get them involved in resolving such problems.
- Radio Broadcasts to North Korea
- AUH is helping the youth of North Korea prepare for the future of a unified Korea by letting then hear about the lives and dreams their peers from North Korea have in South Korea, through the RFA and Far East Broadcasting Company(Geukdongbangsong).
- Testifying on International Platforms
- The victims of the human rights abuses testify about their experiences in various places such as the Oslo Freedom Forum, Australia, USA, UK, and UN Office at Geneva to resolve the humanitarian crisis North Koreans face.
- Reenactment of North Korean Jangmadangs
- The reenactments take place to introduce the everyday life experiences of North Koreans' to resolve the cultural differences South Koreans feel and to make them take interest in human rights abuses in North Korea.
- Talk Concerts
- 'NamBuk Salon(South-North Salon)' is a soft approach to overcome the misconception and the prejudices that South Korean youth and foreigners have against North Korean youth. The NamBuk Salon is a forum for the free interaction and communication of youth to build an interest about North Korean human rights problems.