Data: International Conventions

In addition to judicial and legislative proceedings conducted on bilateral levels, international and multilateral proceedings have been carried out regarding controversial and emotionally charged issues, such as the "comfort women," forced labor, and POWs.  Both governmental and non-governmental organizations, including the United Nations, the International Labor Organization, and the International Women's Court, have compiled reports, issued resolutions, accepted petitions and letters from local organizations (i.e. the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions), and held war crime tribunals.  Documents (resolutions, reports, oral judgments, letters, and petitions) from these organizations are listed below.

The United Nations

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

International Women's Court (ICRC)