Xinjiang Draft Legal Measures Promote Hiring Ethnic Minorities, Against Track Record of Employment Discrimination

Congressional-Executive Commission on China, 18 November 2011 CECC — New draft measures on employment

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Uyghur Political Prisoners Mehbube Ablesh’s and Abdulghani Memetemin’s Prison Sentences Expire

Congressional-Executive Commission on China, 18 October 2011 CECC — The prison sentences of two

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The Congressional-Executive Commission on China issued its 2011 Annual Report on human rights conditions and the development of the rule of law in China

Congressional-Executive Commission on China, 10 October 2011 CECC — The China of today is

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Ethnic Minority Population Planning Program Expands to More Areas in Xinjiang

Congressional-Executive Commission on China, 3 June 2011 CECC — Authorities in the far western

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U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF): 2011 Annual Report

United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, 28 April 2011 USCIRF — The U.S.

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FREEDOM ON THE NET 2011: A Global Assessment of Internet and Digital Media

Freedom House, 18 April 2011 Freedom House — In order to illuminate the emerging

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CECC: Xinjiang Authorities Target Religious and Political Publications in Censorship Campaigns

Congressional-Executive Commission on China, 31 March 2011 CECC — Local governments in the far

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CECC: Job Discrimination Against Ethnic Minorities Continues in East Turkestan

Congressional-Executive Commission on China, 31 March 2011 CECC — Hiring practices that Continue Reading →