The review of their human rights situation all member states should submit to, every five years, at the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. China’s last periodic review was in 2018, with the next one scheduled for 2023.
Believers Beaten and Injured Trying to Protect Their Rights
As the CCP sends armed police to rectify or demolish places of worship, congregations resist them bravely defending the right to practice their faith.
Lives Ruined in the Name of Poverty Alleviation
To reach the goal of no impoverished households by the end of 2020, CCP forces villagers with no skills or income to move to cities after their homes are destroyed.
Jimmy Lai Arrested, a Blow to Catholic Dissidents in Mainland China
The Catholic tycoon was a main financial supporter of Catholics who refuse to join the government-controlled Patriotic Association.
People on Social Welfare Ordered to Worship CCP, Not God
Because of the aid they get from the state, impoverished religious residents are told to renounce their faith, or their benefits will be withdrawn.