Implemented with the goal of empowering mothers of human rights defenders and human rights defenders themselves to advocate for changes in the socio-political and cultural landscape in their own localities, the first two parts of Mothers of Dragons – Malaysia and Taiwan – have reached thousands of members and partners in the East Asia community.
Last but not least, we present four activist moms (Oh Sung Hee, Nabi, Mul, and Lara) from South Korea who share their stories about difficulties in activism, the importance of solidarity, and a glimpse into their desired futures based on years of experiences promoting and protecting the rights of their children, LGBTQIA persons, and women (particularly the comfort women).
This video is presented by Innovation for Change – East Asia, in partnership with Parents and Families of LGBTAIQ People in Korea (성소수자 부모모임 – PFLAG Korea). We used royalty free music from Bensound. Special thanks also to Philip Kim and Pang Khee Teik for the editing work.
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