If the US House of Representatives passes the “Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act,” it will be the first such legislation in the world condemning China for its crimes.
An accomplished professional disappeared in one of the detention camps called “professional schools” by the CCP. A new website launched to aid her liberation.
CESNUR Conference in Turin, Italy: A Scholarly Look at Religious Persecution in China and the Case of The Church of Almighty God
Holly Folk, Massimo Introvigne, and J. Gordon Melton analyze CCP’s religious policy. Sen. Lucio Malan, a hero of religious liberty in Italy, greets a large audience.
Is Something Rotten in the World Bank? A Story of Money Given to China for Charity That It Used to Oppress People in Xinjiang
A Letter by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China to the World Bank rises the issue and voices concern. “Foreign Policy” magazine says it’s not the first time.
A collection of “Bitter Winter’s” articles is published in Italy, offering a coherent, updated map of repressions against religion in the land of the red dragon.
A detailed UNPO report documents how Beijing (and other illiberal regimes) is preventing – legally and illegally – the voice of the persecuted from being heard internationally.
Starting on Sunday, independent groups and individuals will go to the streets for six weeks (at least) to break the silence on the CCP’s persecutions in Xinjiang.
A research by Dr. Christopher Balding on the telecommunication giant created by former military Mr. Ren Zhengfei documents the connections that Italian former Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi considers alarming.
His new research details (quoting “Bitter Winter” extensively) the attempt to suppress the transmission of the religious and cultural identity of a people through the disruption of families.