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Civil or Criminal Cases / Violence against Women / Information for Daily Lives

 
 

 

1. Protection of Human Rights in Civil or Criminal Cases

1. Civil/criminal cases and the protection of human rights

    1-1. Under the criminal investigation ("Su-sa")

        1-1-1. The procedure of the criminal investigation.

        1-1-2. Regulations on Human Rights during Criminal Investigation

    1-2. How to react when arrested by the police.

    1-3. The procedure of a Criminal Trial

    1-4. Under Detention Facilities

        1-4-1. How to react when arrested in a detention room of police station

        1-4--2. How to react when you are detained in prison (detention house or jail)

    1-5. Foreigners Protection Facility

        1-5-1. Claim the Payment of Back-Wages

        1-5-2. Victims of Industrial Accidents Are Released.

    1-6. Cases of a Civil Action

        1-6-1. The Procedure of a Civil Action

        1-6-2. Compulsory Execution ("Kang-je-jip-haeng")

        1-6-3. When the amount claimed is fewer than 20,000,000 won

        1-6-4. Cautions when you taking a civil action.

 

 

2. Violence against Women & Support System for Victims

    2-1. Sexual violence

    2-2. Sexual harassment at work

    2-3. Three types of Sexual harassment at work

    2-4. When you get sexual harassment at work

    2-5. Prejudices about Sexual Harassment

    2-6. When you are raped

    2-7. Domestic Violence

    2-8. Support System for Victims

 

 

3. Information for Daily Lives

    3-1. Medical System in Korea

    3-2. Medical Problems

    3-3. How to Use Pharmacy

    3-4. Emergency Situation

    3-5. When you are attacked or injured from a traffic accident

    3-6. When You Use Banking Services

    3-7. Points to Remember When You Rent Rooms

    3-8. When You Borrow or Lend Money

    3-9. When You Purchased Defective Goods

 

 
 

THE ASSOCIATION for MIGRANT WORKERS' HUMAN RIGHTS

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2nd Floor, 59-3 Namyoung-Dong,
Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 140-160, Korea

TEL : (02)749-6052/8975     FAX : (02)749-6055

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Labor Human Rights Center / The Association for Migrant Workers' Human Rights