The fundamental rights of all human beings to life, freedom, justice, and safety, defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948.
Ancestral Halls Destroyed or Turned into Propaganda Centers
Under the CCP rule, any form of religion is banned: even worship of ancestors or ancient sages is banned.
Church of Almighty God Members Tortured for Their Faith
In China, dissidents and members of banned religious groups are often subjected to torture while in detention. Two believers share their stories.
Undelivered Birthday Wishes: How the CCP Destroys Uyghur Families
Memeteli wanted to send a message to his sister Heyrigul for her birthday. But she has been arrested, and the CCP would not disclose where she is.
The US Uyghur Human Rights Act: The CCP Finally Unmasked
Signed by President Trump, it defends those who are persecuted in Xinjiang for their ethnicity and religion, and exposes the Chinese regime’s racist policy.