Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights of Korea

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Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights of Korea
Hangul 행동하는 성소수자 인권연대
Hanja 行動하는 姓少數者 人權連帶
Revised Romanization Haengdonghaneun Seongsosuja In-gwonyeondae
McCune–Reischauer Haengdonghanŭn Sŏngsosjucha In'gwŏnyŏndae

Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights of Korea(Hangul행동하는 성소수자 인권연대; SLRK) is a comprehensive LGBT human rights and counselling group created on September 9, 1997, Seoul, South Korea.[1] Current representative is Kwak Yi-kyong and former representatives were Jeong Yol and Chang Byongkeon.

When first created, it was students' LGBT club first named "University Students' LGBT Human Rights Association" (Hangul대학생동성애자인권연합; Hanja大學生同性愛者人權聯合; literally Union for University Students' Homosexual Rights),[1] which was expanded to comprehensive LGBT's human right and counseling group the next years 1 August.

On 1 March 2015, the "Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights of Korea" (Hangul동성애자 인권연대; Hanja同性愛者人權連帶; RRDongseonaeja Ingwonyeondae; literally Solidarity for Homosexual Rights) reorganized to become the "Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights of Korea" (Hangul행동하는 성소수자 인권연대; literally Active Solidarity for Sexual Minority Rights).

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  1. ^ a b About

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