Three-day conference concludes with statements exposing CCP’s horrific repression of Uyghurs and movements it labels as xie jiao. Bitter Winter was there.
Is Religion Banned in China?
Our director-in-charge is honored for his contribution to religious liberty, as part of a day of events devoted to denouncing persecution and advancing religious freedom.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom releases its 2019 report. It denounces persecution and torture of Uyghurs and other Muslims, Tibetans, house church Christians, members of Falun Gong and The Church of Almighty God.
Brussels’ hemicycle passed an urgent resolution on human rights and religious freedom in the land of the Red Dragon. We applaud it while noting a few faults.
Protests in Paris and a conference at the European Parliament in Brussels confirm that the voices of CCP’s victims is amplified by coalitions.
In the debate about the very soft UPR report, NGOs say they are not happy. Some insist on religious persecution.
As a follow-up to the 2018 Washington DC Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, an event inaugurated by Taiwan’s President denounces persecution in China.
Coalition of various faiths and human rights organizations join to raise awareness and advocate for US tougher policy. American leaders voice their support.
A panel in Bologna presents the main issues about religious freedom in China and introduces Bitter Winter to international scholars.