Transnational Repression Resources
Since 2002, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has engaged in an unparalleled campaign of transnational repression as part of its efforts to coerce and control Uyghurs living abroad.
As a result, members of the Uyghur diaspora have experienced the long reach of China’s authoritarian state in the form of relentless harassment, intimidation, and coercion. This campaign of fear expanded dramatically in 2017 as China embarked on a policy course of mass repression and internment in the Uyghur Region.
For many years, UHRP has meticulously documented the Chinese government's use of transnational repression against Uyghurs and the evolving nature of its strategy to harass, intimidate, and silence Uyghurs abroad.
Below is a list of UHRP research and resources dedicated to uncovering and combatting transnational repression.
New Report Finds Arab States have Deported or Detained 292 Uyghurs at China’s Bidding
Uyghurs Surveilled and Harassed in 22 Countries, New Research Reveals
Repression Across Borders: The CCP’s Illegal Harassment and Coercion of Uyghur Americans
Uyghurs Without Passports: Forced Legibility and Illegibility
Open threats against Uyghur activist in Germany lay bare China’s lawless persecution
China’s propaganda videos are an ineffective attempt to discredit #StillNoInfo
China’s Cross-Border Campaign to Terrorize Uyghur Americans
Speaking Out: Uygurs in the United States break silence on China’s crackdown
Uyghur refugees in Europe vulnerable to being deported under false pretences
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