The Biden administration has allocated up to $3 million in funding for human rights projects that can have “immediate impact leading to long-term sustainable reforms” in North Korea.

The US State Department announced the funding opportunity on Wednesday, inviting human rights groups to apply for a project in one of four areas: fostering accountability for the repression of grave violations of human rights, advancing the rights of women and girls, promoting the rights of persons with disabilities. disabilities and the strengthening of labor rights.