Gyeonggi-do Province has opened a specialized center to help foreign residents who have suffered unfair practices while living in South Korea's Gyeonggi-do Province. According to Gyeonggi-do Province, foreign residents who have suffered unfair incidents can submit their human rights violations in the "Petition" section on the website of the Gyeonggi-do Foreign Human Rights Support Center. Gyeonggi-do Foreign Human Rights Support Center can be helped by professional lawyers and labor attorneys.
Subject to application are as follows: Any foreign resident in the province who has suffered human rights violations or any Gyeonggi-do resident who knows this can apply for rights relief.
The Gyeonggi-do Foreign Human Rights Support Center (Director Kyung-seok Oh) said on the 13th that it will establish and operate an 'online sedative reception system' to allow foreign residents in the province to request rights relief anytime, anywhere ahead of the post-Corona era.
Gyeonggi Provincial Government revealed why it has established an "online sedative reception system." Because it is a difficult to visit and face-to-face counseling due to the spread of new coronavirus infections(Corona 19).
Dong-ki Hong who director of the Foreign Policy Division said "be opening an online system, we will be able to increase the accessibility and convenience of foreign residents who wish to receive rights relief." And "we will try new ways such as real-time video counseling."
Meanwhile the Gyeonggi-do Foreign Human Rights Support Center what it is a Established to guarantee the basic rights of foreign residents in the province under the Gyeonggi-do Ordinance on the Support for Human Rights of Foreigners. Especially for the seventh term of elected governor. Promoted by the governor of Gyeonggi Province, it is implementing its pledge to "implement a human rights without discrimination." It is pushing for various projects, ranging from support for rights relief and promotion of rights and interests, such as overdue wages, industrial accidents, unfair layoffs, and discrimination, to investigation into human rights conditions, finding related initiatives, and establishing a public-private cooperation network.
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