Women's Justice Network in Korea is a group of socially minded individuals with an interest in social activism and women's rights. Though we are primarily concerned with seeking justice for the victims of Japanese sexual slavery during WWII (through engaging in protests, visiting educational facilities, spending time with some of the survivors, etc.), our scope is not limited to matters relating to the "comfort women." We encourage our members to post any information regarding events such as conferences, film screenings, museum tours, or any other events related to feminism, women's rights, and human rights, both in the Republic of Korea and internationally. We welcome anybody who thinks they have something to contribute, even if it's just strength in numbers.