Title South Korea: 1. Is an individual able to obtain South Korean citizenship if their mother was not a South Korean citizen or ethnically South Korean? 2. Would a person with a non-South Korean parent be denied any rights in South Korea or be subject to discrimination? 3. Please give a brief summary of any strikes or protests known to have occurred in South Korea in June 2009 (dates, places, numbers involved, issue etc.).
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 6 February 2012
Country Republic of Korea
Topics Discrimination based on race, nationality, ethnicity | Freedom of assembly and association
Citation / Document Symbol KOR39834
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, South Korea: 1. Is an individual able to obtain South Korean citizenship if their mother was not a South Korean citizen or ethnically South Korean? 2. Would a person with a non-South Korean parent be denied any rights in South Korea or be subject to discrimination? 3. Please give a brief summary of any strikes or protests known to have occurred in South Korea in June 2009 (dates, places, numbers involved, issue etc.)., 6 February 2012, KOR39834, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/5032441621.html [accessed 22 October 2014]
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