VANK, a Korean diplomatic civil society, announced on the 14th that it will launch a campaign to inform the world of a UNESCO resolution that Japan has effectively distorted the history of Korean forced labor. The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has recently published a resolution on its website regarding modern Japanese industrial facilities to the effect that Japan has distorted the history of forced labor such as Gunkanjima (Hashima). The resolution pointed out that it did not firmly convey the fact that Koreans and others forced labor at the facility in the 1940s. The World Heritage Committee is expected to adopt the resolution announced this time at a meeting after the 21st. VANK decided to make a poster in Korean and English to inform the resolution and criticize the Japanese government and convey it through SNS.