Human Rights Day: Address China’s Uyghur rights crisis, or risk normalising atrocities elsewhere

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By: Omer Kanat, Executive Director, Uyghur Human Rights Project

On December 10th the world will observe the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 72 years ago,  in 1948, the principles of the Declaration were laid out as the world sought to recover from the atrocities perpetrated during the Second World War. Its adoption marked the recognition that upholding the dignity and worth of every person was a fundamental part of a lasting recovery and creation of a better world.

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