China Must Protect the Rights of Detained Human Rights Defenders Huang Xueqin and Wang Jianbing￼
EU Forced Labour Proposal Falls Short on Uyghur Forced Labour
OHCHR assessment of human rights concerns in the Uyghur region must spur action at the Council’s 51st Session
“We are Dying”: Desperate Messages from Uyghurs Facing Starvation and Death Under Zero COVID Lockdowns
UHRP has found that 20 percent of red dates in the global supply chain are likely tainted by Uyghur forced labor.
Beyond Silence: Collaboration Between Arab States and China in the Transnational Repression of Uyghurs
This report assesses China’s efforts to target Uyghurs in a region they once considered safe: the Arab world. China’s transnational repression of Uyghurs in this region has been growing in scale and scope as the country’s relations with Arab states have strengthened.
Table of Contents Werner Haug, a Swiss photographer and sociologist, traveled to Kashgar in 2003. On that trip, he took a series of photos documenting both daily life in the…
Since the beginning of the mass internment campaign in East Turkistan in 2017, outside observers have expressed concern about the impacts of the humanitarian crisis on Uyghur children.
Rights Groups Say EC Proposal on Forced Labor Needs Work
China is committing genocide. The world has no plan to stop it.
In Defense of Human Rights: Is Volker Türk the Right Man for the Job?
Uyghur News Recap: Sept. 2–9, 2022
Government Boarding Schools as a Tool of Genocide in the 21st Century
Watch the UHRP co-sponsored event examining the implications of these crimes and the need for a policy response.
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