We work to empower North Korean refugees through support and integration programmes.

Kyoyuk - Refugee Education Programme

There are approximately 2,000 North Koreans in Europe. Many of these refugees struggle with learning the language of their new homes. 'Kyoyuk' is EAHRNK's language-learning programme, designed to support and empower North Korean refugees.

Phoenix - Young North Korean Refugee Mentoring Programme

As with many refugees entering Europe, young North Koreans face great barriers to succeed. 'Phoenix' is EAHRNK's work experience project, designed to support Europe-based North Koreans between the ages of 16 and 30 through work, mentoring, and training. Not only is this experience important for integrating in to their new countries, but it’s also important for creating leaders in different sectors for the future rebuilding of the North Korean state, infrastructure, and economy.