EP Human Rights Subcommittee (DROI) Discusses Situation in East Turkestan

UNPO, 27 March 2017 UNPO — On 22 March 2017, the European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human

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What Australia Needs to Ask When China Visits

Human Rights Watch, 21 March 2017 By Sophie Richardson — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang

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China congress: BBC team forced to sign confession

BBC, 3 March 2017 By John Sudworth — The plan was a simple one.

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The Dire Consequences of the Imprisonment of Ilham Tohti

ChinaChange, 27 February 2017 ChinaChange — The nomination last week of the imprisoned Uyghur Continue Reading →

NGOs urge governments to speak out on ongoing crackdown, torture allegations

International Service for Human Rights, 16 February 2017 ISHR — In a concerted effort

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Trump has the power to fight China on human rights. Will he use it?

The Guardian, 23 January 2017 By Benjamin Haas — As Donald Trump enters the White

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Tibetan protesters arrested during Chinese leader’s visit to Switzerland (VIDEO)

RT, 17 January 2017 Russia Today — Swiss Police have detained 32 pro-Tibet activists,

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Uighurs in Kyrgyzstan hope for peace despite violence

Al Jazeera, 10 January 2017 By Ryskeldi Satke — Remote and landlocked, Kyrgyzstan is framed by

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