UHRP in the News

NGOs Urge US Government to Press China on Human Rights
June 3, 2016

Early next week in Beijing, the U.S. and China will hold its 8th Strategic and Economic Dialogue, the last of the Obama Administration

Joint Letter: Freedom House Joins a Call to Repeal China’s NGO Law
June 2, 2016

Freedom House Joins a Call to Repeal China’s NGO Law

China’s future: Xi’s ‘great rejuvenation’ is radical and risky
June 2, 2016

“China is simply not turning out as many had expected and have worked so long and hard to realize — a liberal China,” notes David Shambaugh, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University.

May 24, 2016
File photo of Muslim Uyghurs praying at the Jame Mosque during Ramadan in Hotan in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.

Armed conflicts are like living organisms. Some grow and die in the blink of an eye, others ebb and flow like the tides of a river and others survive half buried, but alive, for centuries. In Xinjiang, its been over 300 years … and counting.

Human Rights Abuses of Ethnic Minorities in China
May 18, 2016

Presented on Monday, May 16th as a part of the World Affairs Council of Western Massachusetts Instant Issues Series in Springfield, MA.

High-Profile Conference in Berlin Raises Awareness of the Rights of Uyghur Refugees and Asylum Seekers
May 4, 2016
Ms Rebiya Kadeer, President of the World Uyghur Congress

On 26 April 2016, the conference “The Rights of Uyghur Refugees: Past & Present Challenges” was successfully concluded in Berlin.

Inauguration of the Conference on Uyghur Refugees
April 27, 2016

The first international conference tackling the rights of Uyghur refugees and asylum seekers was inaugurated yesterday [25 April 2016] in Berlin. 

China Targets Uyghurs with Severe Human Rights Abuses
April 4, 2016

The Uyghur people are a Turkic ethnic group whose homeland of East Turkestan is located in northwestern China.

For ethnic unity in Xinjiang
April 4, 2016

It is heartening to learn that authorities in China’s western region of Xinjiang have begun a campaign to promote ethnic unity.

China considering nationwide law on halal food
March 23, 2016
Two cooks prepare chicken at a halal restaurant in Jiayuguan in China's northwestern Gansu province in this AFP file photo. China is considering a national law to regulate halal food. (Photo by AFP)

National standard could quell Muslim anger, lead to greater food exports