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Child labor abuse is a widespread and systematic problem in North Korea. Children are exploited to construct railroads, gather materials, and farm the land. Indoctrinated and Exploited is a collection of interviews with North Korean defectors about their firsthand experiences with these abuses.

In this video, is going to be shown on the basis of witnesses of refugee children, how children suffer in North Korea. Among other things, it is disclosed how the children are exposed to constant propaganda and how much they suffer from physical work at school.

In addition to physical exploitation, schools in North Korea offer no protected space. On the contrary, schools are often the scene of violence, often practiced by students on students but also students among themselves are instigated by one another in the regime and brought up to find and exclude the weakest of the group.

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