We publish the declaration adopted by the participants to the Taiwan International Religious Freedom Forum, including Bitter Winter, on May 31, 2019.
The daily experience of Bitter Winter in covering the topic and how best civil society can leverage this critical coverage. Or, one by one, we make a difference.
The three decades since the Tiananmen tragedy have passed in the blink of an eye, but the scenes of the CCP’s violent acts of suppression feel just as vivid as yesterday.
After the folly of the “one-child policy”, here comes the folly of the “two-child policy”. And girls are still selectively aborted.
Highlighting the strong connection between the persecution that the CCP wages against religions and the 1989 massacre.
Sayragul Sauytbay and Serikzhan Bilash Should Be Free to Denounce Atrocities Against Ethnic Kazakhs in China
Ten NGOs write to the new president of Kazakhstan demanding freedom and protection for a woman who escaped from China and the activist who defended her.
An open letter to the President and Prime Minister of the Republic of Italy.
Oral statement of Ms Christine Mirre, of the accredited NGO CAP-LC, at the 40th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Geneva, 13 March 2019.
Mr. Willy Fautré, co-founder and director of Human Rights Without Frontiers, and Associate Editor of Bitter Winter, delivered the following text, illustrated with slides from pictures of persecution published by Bitter Winter, during the seminar Freedom of Religion in China organized at the European Parliament in Brussels by Mr. Bastiaan Belder, Dutch representative for the European Conservative and Reformists Group (ECR), Mr. Christian Dan Preda, Romanian representative for the European People’s Party (EPP), and Mr. Josef Weidenholser, Austrian representative for the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats.