ASUNARO: Action for Youth Rights of Korea
|Type||NGO, NPO (De facto)|
|Purpose||Youth rights, Student rights|
|ASUNARO: Action for Youth Rights of Korea|
|Revised Romanization||Cheongsonyeoningwonhaengdong Asunaro|
The ASUNARO: Action for Youth Rights of Korea (Korean: 청소년인권행동 아수나로), also known as Asunaro is a youth rights organization based in South Korea. The Asunaro was established in 2004 a small forum of the name of Asunaro: Research Forum for Youth Rights, the name was changed to ASUNARO: Action for Youth Rights of Korea in February 2006.
As Asunaro aims to build an equal, democratic society, there are no central departments or representatives. Usually many teams work on a national scale for specific needs, but people in the teams does not represent Asunaro workers and anyone can work in the teams. If needed, a few people will be elected and be in charge for the job.
- Ben, Hancock (2008-12-05). "(Yonhap Feature) Young activists risk future in breaking from ‘oppressive’ school system". Yonhap News Agency. Seoul. Retrieved 2014-01-19.
- Ahn, Suchan (2010-04-23). 10대 정치, 엄숙함 벗고 발랄 진화 중 [The teenage politics, changing from solemnness to liveliness]. The Hankyoreh 21 (in Korean). Retrieved 2014-03-26.
- Gwangju, Busan, Seoul, Suwon, Incheon, Changwon branch
- Gumi, Daejeon, Sungnam, Ulsan semi-branch
- Asunaro website (in Korean)