We Must Not Remain Silent: China’s Uyghur Genocide and What You Can Do About It
The United States has called China’s mass detention, slave labor, and human rights abuses of Uyghurs a genocide. Yet, the rapidly developing tragedy is just now starting to receive the world’s needed attention.
This 90-minute symposium brings together world-leading experts and advocates to educate us about the history and reality of this ongoing human rights atrocity—and what individuals can do to speak up and take action.
Jun 3, 2021 | 3:00–4:30 p.m. EDT
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
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.