Who Stands to Lose from China’s “Win-Win” Resolution?

Who Stands to Lose from China’s “Win-Win” Resolution?

Comments Off on Who Stands to Lose from China’s “Win-Win” Resolution?

 

By Renee Xia | The world outside Geneva may have not noticed when a draft resolution initiated by China was passed at the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) on June 22. Too much is at stake to let this event slip off our radar screen.

Read more  
Twitter Becomes Chinese Government’s Double Weapon: Punishing Dissent and Propagating Disinformation

Twitter Becomes Chinese Government’s Double Weapon: Punishing Dissent and Propagating Disinformation

Comments Off on Twitter Becomes Chinese Government’s Double Weapon: Punishing Dissent and Propagating Disinformation

 

By Frances Eve | Former journalist Zhang Jialong faces trial on May 13. He has been charged with “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” for sending fewer than 200 tweets. Meanwhile, the Chinese government freely uses Twitter for its propaganda and disinformation.

Read more  
Grant a Dying Mother’s Wish

Grant a Dying Mother’s Wish

Comments Off on Grant a Dying Mother’s Wish

 

By Frances Eve | The Chinese government has treated Huang Qi and Pu Wenqing with utter disregard for their human rights and human dignity. It should take a first step to right the wrong by granting this dying woman her wish and let her see her son.

Read more  

China’s reaction to the coronavirus outbreak violates human rights

Comments Off on China’s reaction to the coronavirus outbreak violates human rights

 

By Frances Eve | Originally published in The Guardian | The WHO is ignoring Chinese government suppression of human rights regarding the coronavirus outbreak, including severe restrictions on freedom of expression.

Read more  

Mesut Özil China row: western brands be warned, self-censorship won’t protect you

Comments Off on Mesut Özil China row: western brands be warned, self-censorship won’t protect you

 

By Frances Eve | Originally published in The Guardian | Mesut Özil should be applauded for speaking out for the plight of Uighurs in China and helping to raise awareness of one of the worst human rights atrocities of the modern era.

Read more  
#StandWithHongKong is Essentially a Crime in Mainland China

#StandWithHongKong is Essentially a Crime in Mainland China

Comments Off on #StandWithHongKong is Essentially a Crime in Mainland China

 

By Frances Eve | The government’s battle for Hong Kong is also being fought in mainland cities. China is working overtime to threaten and detain mainlanders from sharing and commenting on the protests in Hong Kong for fear of what it may spark back home.

Read more  

Why We Are Calling on the United Nations to Act Over the Tiananmen Massacre

Comments Off on Why We Are Calling on the United Nations to Act Over the Tiananmen Massacre

 

By Wang Dan and Frances Eve | Chinese government has refused to allow any independent investigation nor hold anyone accountable for the slaughter in 1989. This is why we have filed a complaint with the UN Human Rights Council.

Read more  

30-Year Censorship and No Accountability for Tiananmen: Here Lies the Hope

Comments Off on 30-Year Censorship and No Accountability for Tiananmen: Here Lies the Hope

 

By Renee Xia | As government repression claims more victims, these victims and their supporters­ will keep fighting back. Their struggle is keeping the spirit of Tiananmen alive.

Read more  

China’s Ethnic Cleansing Met with US Inaction under Global Magnitsky Law

Comments Off on China’s Ethnic Cleansing Met with US Inaction under Global Magnitsky Law

 

By Renee Xia & Frances Eve | The US Administration is squandering an opportunity to hold the Chinese government accountable for its atrocities in the Xinjiang region under the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act.

Read more  

Cao Shunli died five years ago. She stood up to China on human rights, and so must we

Comments Off on Cao Shunli died five years ago. She stood up to China on human rights, and so must we

 

By Frances Eve | Originally published in The Guardian | Five years ago today, Chinese activist Cao Shunli died in a Beijing hospital surrounded by police. No state agent has been punished for her death.

Read more  

China is committing ethnic cleansing in Xinjiang – it’s time for the world to stand up

Comments Off on China is committing ethnic cleansing in Xinjiang – it’s time for the world to stand up

 

By Frances Eve | Originally published in The Guardian | Now is the time to act on China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Countries afraid of standing up to China on their own can speak out on 6 November on a UN platform, known as the universal periodic review (UPR).

Read more  

The US withdrawal from the UNHRC is perfect for Xi Jinping and China

Comments Off on The US withdrawal from the UNHRC is perfect for Xi Jinping and China

 

By Frances Eve | Originally published in The Guardian | Quitting the UNHRC won’t make it disappear. It opens a leadership vacancy that China is happy to fill. The Trump administration has stepped back to allow China the space to dominate the council unchallenged.

Read more  

Back to Top