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Mar 5, 2020

Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable, March 11, 2020 - 9:30 am

Mar 5, 2020

Policy forum to confront the evidence of organ procurement and extrajudicial killing in China. 

March 10, 2020, U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Room HVC-215.

Nigare Abdushukur, in an undated photo. Photo:  Social media
Mar 4, 2020

Nigare Abdushukur and her mother Merhaba were jailed in late 2018, according to a relative in exile.

Mar 4, 2020

The international response to the human rights crisis in Xinjiang has been shameful, guest-speaker Omer Kanat said on Saturday.

Mar 4, 2020

The online ad boasted of freshly trained ethnic minority teenagers as if they were commodities for sale. Factories could book workers online at a “minimum order of 100" people, the ad said, and have them delivered to their doorsteps within 15 days.

Mar 4, 2020

Gloves made in China for the popular French brand Lacoste appear to have been sewn inside a factory where ethnic minorities face forced ideological and behavioural re-education, according to a U.S.-based labour rights group.

Mar 2, 2020

Forced labour and the abusive practices of the ‘re-education camps’ in China’s Xinjiang region are being exported to major factories across the country, implicating both global brands and the hundreds of millions of consumers (including here in Australia) using their products.

Mar 2, 2020

Irade Kashgary remembers her aunt’s warning during a phone call several months ago —the last contact Kashgary had with her relatives in Xinjiang, China.

Mar 2, 2020

Think-tank finds evidence of Uighur detainees making parts for likes of Apple and Huawei

Mar 2, 2020

Nike, Adidas, Apple, Microsoft and Samsung are among 83 multinationals that have been linked to forced labor by Uighurs in factories across China, according to a new study by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI).

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