Children in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) are targeted at an early age to indoctrinate them for exploitation by the State. Child abuse has become institutionalized by the State as it turns a blind eye to offenses, allowing it to propagate. By keeping society ignorant of the fact that child abuse is a crime, the regime is able to promote violence and keep its population compliant. In this statement, PSCORE attempts to outline the abuses that children in the DPRK face and make recommendations to improve their lives.
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