Apr 11, 2023 | UHRP Report

No Time to Lose: Uyghurs Stuck in the United States Asylum System

There are currently 500 to 1,000 Uyghurs caught up in the U.S. asylum system, with some having waited upwards of eight years for resolutions to their cases.

Feb 9, 2023 | uhrp report

The Complicity of Heritage: Cultural Heritage and Genocide in the Uyghur Region

This report argues that China’s actions in the Uyghur region constitute what UNESCO calls “strategic cultural cleansing”: the deliberate targeting of individuals and groups on the basis of their cultural, ethnic or religious affiliation, combined with the intentional and systematic destruction of their cultural heritage.

Feb 1, 2023 | UHRP Report

“On the Fringe of Society”: Humanitarian Needs of the At-Risk Uyghur Diaspora

The Chinese Party-state’s human rights atrocity crimes in the Uyghur region have caused a secondary humanitarian crisis among Uyghur diaspora communities worldwide.

Dec 21, 2022 | uhrp report

Decolonizing the Discussion of Uyghurs: Recommendations for Journalists and Researchers

This briefing outlines UHRP’s own guide to rendering the Uyghur language into Latin script, reporting Uyghur personal names, and writing Uyghur versions of geographical locations.

Nov 16, 2022 | UHRP REPORT

Forced Marriage of Uyghur Women: State Policies for Interethnic Marriages in East Turkistan

Chinese state media videos, government sanctioned stories, and accounts from women in the diaspora offer evidence that government incentivized and forced interethnic marriages have been occurring in the Uyghur Region since 2014.

Aug 28, 2022 | uhrp briefing

Fruits of Uyghur Forced Labor: Sanctioned Products on American Grocery Store Shelves

UHRP has found that 20 percent of red dates in the global supply chain are likely tainted by Uyghur forced labor. 

Mar 24, 2022 | uhrp report

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.

Mar 9, 2022 | UHRP PHOTO ESSAY

Kashgar: Images of Demolition from the Cradle of Uyghur Culture

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 Uyghur old city…

Jan 27, 2022 | UHRP BRIEFING

Coerced Kinship: The Pomegranate Flower Plan and the Forced Assimilation of Uyghur Children

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.

Dec 21, 2021 | uhrp report

Meet the “New” Uyghurs: CGTN’s Role in Mediawashing Genocide

From the start of the mass internment campaign in 2017, the Chinese party-state has formulated and promoted narratives of “new” (i.e., “reeducated” and ideologically “correct”) Uyghurs in a “new” East Turkistan.

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