The Center for Human Rights is recruiting for DU Rights on April 11th through 14th. DU Rights will consist of students at Donnguk and will work to protect Donggukians’ rights. It is created to reflect students’ opinions on the real situation of Dongguk.
The group name DU Rights stands for Dongguk University Rights. Its formation in 2016 will be marked as the first in Dongguk University. The Center for Human Rights is planning to select about 15 students as the initiative members of the group. Except for freshmen, any Donggukian interested in issues regarding human rights can apply to join including students with disabilities and international undergraduates. Shim Hyun-jung, a team member of the Center for Human Rights, said, “The reason why freshmen are not accepted in the recruitment is to because we need students familiar with school environment.”
Students chosen to be the supporters of DU Rights will try to find practical solutions of problems related to human rights. Members are going to receive an education to be aware of matters concerning human rights and have conferences held periodically. In addition, they will be doing volunteer work at external agencies for various experiences. Shim from the Center for Human Rights said, “We will let DU Rights think of the actual ideas to fight against human rights abuse and make a recommendation to the school if needed,” and added, “It is expected that, through DU Rights, students’ positions will be heard.”
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