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Jul 27, 2020

Woke companies are constantly hectoring America on its failings. By Steven W. Mosher

An image circulated on the Chinese internet: A Uyghur woman receives a cash gift from a Han “host.”
Jul 27, 2020

While programs such as “Visit the People, Benefit the People, and Bring Together the Hearts of the People” 访惠聚 and “United as One Family” 结对认亲 have conscripted over 1 million Han civilians and sent them to live with Uyghurs in arranged homestays, the Chinese Communist Party’s contrived attempt to require Han people to share intimate moments and spaces with Uyghurs is fraught with paternalism, deception, and ethnocentrism; as such, it will be unlikely to alleviate Uyghur distrust of the Party and Han people. By Timothy A. Grose

Rahima Mahmut. https://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/
Jul 27, 2020

Rahima Mahmut tells an online Jewish News panel event with Maajid Nawaz, MP Nusrat Ghani and representatives from René Cassin and HMDT, of new techology being used for persecution. By JENNI FRAZER

Jul 24, 2020

Corporate giants including Nike face growing calls to cut ties with suppliers alleged to be using "forced labour" from China's Uighur people.

Jul 24, 2020

The government of China is perpetrating human rights abuses on a massive scale in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (Uyghur Region), known to local people as East Turkistan, targeting the Uyghur population and other Turkic and Muslim-majority peoples on the basis of their religion and ethnicity.

Uyghurs picking cotton in Xinjiang, China. Roughly one in five cotton garments sold globally contains cotton or yarn from the region.Credit...
Jul 23, 2020

More than 190 organizations have come together to demand an end to garments made by forced labor in China.

Two farmers at the bazaar; Kashgar, Xinjiang, China.  July 11, 2016.Photo: Urbain J. Kinet
Jul 23, 2020

Beijing facing growing pressure over alleged human rights abuses against minority

The Department of Transport and Main Roads is investigating KTK Australia's role in providing parts for Queensland's New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) trains.(Supplied: Transport And Main Roads)
Jul 23, 2020

Queensland's Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey has directed his department to review whether the state's New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) trains contain parts sourced from slave labour factories in China.

Jul 23, 2020

The National Basketball Association has severed ties to a training center in China's western Xinjiang region, where Beijing faces growing international condemnation over its treatment of minorities.

Jul 23, 2020

Major retailers must stop sourcing from China's Xinjiang region due to the 'grave risk of forced labour', a coalition of civil society groups said on Thursday, amid mounting global pressure on Beijing over its treatment of the Uighur Muslim minority.

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