Center for protection of rights of Mongolians operates in Korea
The Center for the Protection of Foreigners in Korea non-governmental organization or NGO has been operating in Seoul
The Center for the Protection of Foreigners in Korea non-governmental organization or NGO has been operating in Seoul, having officially launched its activity last month for protecting the rights of Mongolians living in South Korea. The organization is providing legal and advocacy services to protect the interests of Mongolians living in Korea. The founders of the center emphasized that several types of services such as writing invitation and translating materials will be provided free of charge. Every country that respects human rights has non-governmental organizations in charge of protecting and helping their citizens living abroad. Thus, branches of the Center for the Protection of Foreigners planned to be opened in every city of Korea in the future, according to the founders.