North Korean escapee recalls life in labour camp
15 January 2014 Last updated at 15:22 GMT
A man who was born inside a North Korean labour camp and escaped in 2005 has been speaking about his experience.
Shin Dong-hyuk, 31, escaped from the camp after climbing through an electric fence.
During his time inside, he was starved, tortured and saw his mother and brother executed.
Dong-hyuk recently wrote to former basketball player Dennis Rodman to ask if he would pressurise leader Kim Jong-un to deal with the camps.
He spoke to BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire via a translator.