Mar 3, 2021

William James College Center for Multicultural and Global Mental Health (CMGMH) Event.

Mar 2, 2021

In law and in practice, Uyghur women have been prohibited from wearing certain clothing like the hijab or other face or body coverings, and the government promotes preferred forms of dress. Fear of arbitrary detention in internment camps compels Uyghur women to conform to these preferred standards.

Feb 22, 2021

The Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) applauds the vote by the Canadian House of Commons to recognize that the Chinese government is carrying out a genocide against Uyghurs, and calls on the UN and other governments to take action without delay.

Feb 22, 2021

Mar 2, 2021, 12:00 PM UHRP will discuss its recent report, “The Government Never Oppresses Us": China’s proof-of-life videos as intimidation and a violation of Uyghur family unity

Feb 18, 2021

On behalf of 24 organizations and individuals devoted to improving respect for human rights in China, we write to urge your administration to make human rights a priority in US-China policy.

Feb 12, 2021

On February 10, UHRP submitted a briefing to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, which held a hearing on Refugees Fleeing Religious Persecution, focusing on how “the U.S. government can better protect and support individuals fleeing religious persecution through the U.S. refugee resettlement program, the U.S. asylum system, and overseas assistance.”

A new report presents evidence of the complete or partial destruction of over 100 mosques by the Chinese government. Researcher Bahram Sintash and the Uyghur Human Rights Project cross-reference satellite imagery, photographs, and witness testimony to document the Chinese government’s campaign to wipe out the physical sites of Uyghur Islamic practice.

List of Issues Submission to the United Nations Human Rights Committee During its Periodic Review of China
Jan 11, 2021

The Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) has submitted a report for consideration by the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in preparation for the Committee’s examination of the 3rd periodic report of China.

EXPLAINER—Five Things to Know About the Bingtuan
Aug 27, 2020

The Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC) or Bingtuan:
1. Exercises State & Police Powers
2. Serves as a Colonizing Force
3. Commits Brutal Abuses
4. Profits from Uyghur Forced Labor
5. Operates a Global Business Empire