Eight things you can do to help Uyghurs in a time of genocide



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  • Since 2021, UHRP has published 24 in-depth reports presenting new evidence of Chinese government persecution of Uyghurs worldwide
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Contact your members of Congress to urge them to support or co-sponsor:


Sign Petitions

  • Tell Anta Sports to stop profiting from Uyghur forced labor: Sign the Action Network petition
  • Read Rahima Mahmut's story. Stand with her and add your name: Free Uyghur Muslims from forced labor (90k signed!)
  • Help Avaaz call on the UN Human Rights Council, our parliaments and legislatures, and firms doing business in China, to stop supporting genocide (One million signed!)
  • Where is beloved Uyghur folklore professor Rahile Dawut? Call for her release (47k signed!)


Endorse the global campaign for companies to end complicity in Uyghur forced labour. The "Call to Action" on forced labor in the Uyghur Region is supported by 415+ groups from 40+ countries. Organizations can endorse here.

Individuals can call out brands profiting from forced labor goods:


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